New Wood Pellet Brands: PowerHouse, Easy Heat, and Trebio

We’re carrying three new brands so you can pick the perfect pellet for your needs. The new additions to our pellet family are:

PowerHouse Wood PelletsPowerHouse (Hardwood)
Available in the Mid-Atlantic
Power House Premium Wood Pellets are made from 100% select hardwoods local to Pennsylvania. The 2012 test results for both ash and moisture content have been consistently strong, and we know this pellet will have a “bright” future in your stove!
Easy Heat (Hardwood)
Available in Ohio
Buy Local! Easy Heat Wood Pellets are some of the best wood pellets available on the market today and are produced right here in Ohio. They have achieved a well-deserved reputation for solid heat output and consistency of both ash and moisture content. Less fiddling with your stove and more predictable heat output – what’s not to like about that!
 Trebio (Softwood)
Available in New Hampshire and New York
Trebio Softwood Pellets are a quality pellet that consistently exceed the premium wood pellet standards. The slightly darker color is a result of Trebio’s very thorough process of extracting moisture from the pellets. Excellent packaging, a consistent product, and the extra “boost” of heat output you’d expect from a softwood pellet.

Have you burned these pellet brands before? What did you think? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

State of NH makes it even easier to compare cost savings with wood pellets!

Exciting news! The  state of New Hampshire has added wood pellets to the list of fuels on its savings calculator, making it even easier to see just how much you’re saving with wood pellets instead of oil, propane, or other sources of heat. Just enter the current pricing of the fuels you want to compare, and voila! You have an instant calculation of cost per million BTU, letting you compare apples to apples and find out how much your heat actually costs.

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