Not everyone wants a wood stove in their home, but for those who do, it’s always a good idea to have pellets in the house so you’re ready. The best wood pellets for sale aren’t always easy to find, however. That’s why we’ve created this wood pellet buying guide so you can see what all is out there and what factors you want to consider when choosing yours.
Wood: What type of wood are the pellets made out of? While this may not be important to the overall quality of the wood or the way it burns in your stove (it might) it could be a personal preference based on the scent.
Package Size: How much are you getting for that price? You want to know the overall weight of the bag that you’re purchasing so you can tell if it’s a good value or if it’s going to last you a set amount of time.
100% Natural: Are the pellets themselves completely natural? Is it made with only wood or is there something else mixed in there? This will change the way that they burn and how they work for your stove or the rest of your household.
Made in USA: This is generally going to be a personal preference but it’s something that might be very important to you. Are the pellets themselves made in the USA or are they made somewhere else? Where does the wood come from?
Environmentally Friendly: If left outside would these pellets be okay for the environment or do they need to be disposed of in a different way? You’ll likely want something environmentally friendly but it’s not a necessity. It’s just something to consider.
No Oils Added: Is anything added to the wood that makes it look nice longer or makes it smell better? Once again, this is going to be a personal preference and it’s up to you whether you want oils added in or you don’t.
With so many different types of wood pellets out there you’re definitely going to want to see the options and figure out which one works best for your house and your stove. The different types of wood and different products you’re looking at can be difficult to understand when you’re overwhelmed, which is why we’ve compiled these wood pellet reviews. You can just take a look and see what’s best.
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Article last updated on:
September 30, 2019