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Promoted item:Hardwood Wood Pellet Fuel 50 - 40 pound bags (1 Ton)

Hardwood Wood Pellet Fuel 50 - 40 pound bags (1 Ton)

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About Wood Pellets

Home heating can be an extremely costly proposition, resulting in many people choosing a home based on the type of heating that it has or can support. An alternative to some of the more common forms of heating is a wood pellet stove. This efficient option is in many ways superior to a wood stove, and can be installed anywhere with a chimney or a wall through which an outlet can be cut. The wood pellets used in a wood pellet stove actually look a lot like the pellets you would use in a pet's cage. Typically they are made from the sawdust at lumber mills. Instead of going to a landfill, the sawdust is recycled, dried, and compressed into pellets that can be used in a specially designed stove. Unlike traditional wood stoves, wood pellet stoves are more efficient, and the pellets produce minimal smoke and creosote. It is also much easier for most people to deal with a bag of wood pellets than it would be to get lumber for a wood stove. The smallest bags commercially available are 40 pounds, which almost everyone can manage. A typical stove needs to be refilled anywhere from every three days to once a week. Given the limited amount of ash produced, the stove only needs to be cleaned every two months or so.The cost of running a stove is likely to be just a couple of dollars per day. You can find a 40 pound bag of pellets for anywhere from $1 to $4, and people who heat their homes with these stoves say to expect to use a bag per day--obviously much less when it's warm out. You'll want to try hardwood pellets as well as lower grade options like pine to find out which are the best for you in terms of optimizing the cost and minimizing ash production.