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  1. mike Author October 31, 2014 (5:12 pm)

    Sounds like the fuel and retail industry stuff their pockets. Ive had pellet stoves for more than ten years(when a ton was 125.00). Now tons are at least 250.00 if you can find them. Like the heat, used to like the price but now not any more economical than gas or electric heat. Im shutting her down. Hope other pissed off people do the same

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    • bob Author December 19, 2014 (3:19 am)

      I have been burning for close to 25 years. Yes pellets have gotten more expensive add the 38% national grid increase it is getting pricey to run a stove. You need to figure out for your circumstance which option is less costly for you. Maybe this year with the low cost of oil you use that option.

      Natural gas with the utilities pushing prices up to ensure supply to run their plants has already started to push that price up.

      We use 1 tank of oil a year 3 tons of pellets for 2100 sq ft. Including hot water. Just fuel costs would probably be close this year once the electric rate is added in. When it is a warmer day I will burn oil 1 gal of oil vs a bag of pellets that day I have the option to lower my heating cost

      You are in the drivers seat on which fuel to use per annum. Choice wisely
      Electric will not come close to the lower cost of pellets as long as you buy it from the power company.

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      • Marshall Author February 11, 2015 (10:05 pm)

        If pellet prices don’t come down next year on goes the oil. If I run out this year. Cheaper for oil. Not worth hauling bags anymore

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  2. peggy Author December 16, 2014 (11:52 pm)

    I’m confused about the soft wood and hard wood pellets, Everyone I talk to believe that soft wood pellets are not the best, but I’ve read that they are the best. What is the real truth?

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    • bob Author December 19, 2014 (3:10 am)

      Softwoods provide higher BTU’s. There are also blends. Pellets made with Fir also burn hotter

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