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Posted: 4/30/2011 5:49:49 AM EDT
Been using New England Pellets 80/20 mix of hard and soft for the past 3 years.
I have a Whitfield stove and it runs pretty much from late October to Late March or so. It is not my only source of heat as I have a LP stove and a LP furnace with forced hot air.
Right now I can get New England pellets for 225/ton or get Okanagans for 240/ton.
I have heard from a few coworkers that live in MA and NH that the Okanagans are the best out there. Anyone else out there have any input on pellets?
I have also tried a ton of Omalleys and some Home Depot specials that didnt seem to run as hot as the New Englands.
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