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Wood Pellets For Less

Consumers find savings when purchasing wood pellets for less to heat their home through local providers that offer discount prices.  As the cost of fuel continues to rise at a pace of 9.2% per year over the past thirteen years, consumers find saving when burning wood pellets.  The American consumer is increasingly searching for alternative ways to heat their homes for less.  Increased awareness of alternative energy sources has consumers turning to affordable wood pellets to heat their homes. 

Wood Pellet For Less helps provide homeowners with more control over spiraling heating costs, and can save many consumers 40-60% on their heating bills.  By some conservative estimates, an investment in a wood pellet stove can provide a return on investment (ROI) as high as 49% per year over 15 years.  Since wood pellets are not impacted by world markets, and the inflationary effects of a weakening dollar and growing demand, pellet fuel prices are less volatile, and provide peace of mind in relation to the cost of heating your home or business.  Additionally, since wood pellets are made in dozens of locations throughout North America, your heating dollars stay in North America.

Discount wood pellets are used to heat homes and businesses with all the comfort people have come to expect from their traditional heat source at cheaper prices.  Suitable for hot water radiant systems, hydro-air, or forced hot air systems with addition of a hydronic coil, wood pellet boilers function much like oil and propane boilers, with fully automatic operation, domestic hot water heating, and zoned comfort control.  They are also an efficient source of heat because they contain very low levels of moisture and ash, when compared to woodchips or cordwood.  Virtually all of the material is burned and converted to heat.  

Almost any home can be retrofitted with a wood pellet boiler, either as a stand-alone heat source, or as a primary heat source in conjunction with a secondary boiler which serves as back up, or in some cases, as a supplementary heat source.  Until recently, wood pellet boilers have been virtually non-existent in the United States.  European countries without fossil fuel resources of their own have been leaders in the push toward renewable energy.  Companies in Europe developed products that could influence the comfort and convenience of wood pellets beyond what is possible with stoves.  Wood pellet boilers are suitable for people who are interested in saving money, lessening their environmental impact, and keeping their heating dollars close to home.  With our weakening economy, and massive increases in fuel prices, this is the time to choose wood pellets for less as your primary source of discount heat.

Some advantages of using wood pellets are that they can be readily available throughout North America at discount prices, and can be delivered to your home.  Wood pellets are not as bulky, burns cleaner, and is more convenient than firewood.  Since wood pellet prices are not impacted by world markets, inflation and a weak dollar, the price is not as volatile as other sources of heating.

Some disadvantages of using wood pellets are that they are less convenient than heating oil and gas.  Pellet fuel is also bulkier than oil (one gallon - 7.2lbs - of heating oil = about 17 lbs of pellets).  Most wood pellet boilers need to have the heat exchanger brushed clean, (usually by the owner) every 1-2 weeks during the heating season to maintain best efficiency.

Isn't it time you got wood pellets for less!


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