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Made in Virginia
Currently OUT OF STOCK - Give Matra White Pine Wood Pellets a try!
As usual, will sell very quickly! Best bang for the buck. An excellent softwood pellet at a hardwood price.
|MATERIAL:||100% Southern Yellow Pine|
|BTU / LB:||Up to 8892|
|BAG WEIGHT:||40 lbs|
|TOTAL PRODUCT WEIGHT:||2,000 lbs|
Excellent softwood. Would be 5 stars but extra fines in the bags. Not a game breaker because they burn up either way. Very close to the doug firs as far as heat. My exhaust needs very little cleaning from them. Always make sure i get some each year.
These burn hot, and they burn clean! Fantastic value and very little ash for easy cleaning and better air flow. My stove loves them best for sure. My only regret is that I waited too long for that last ton and I had to get a different brand. In my humble opinion Easy Blaze is the best value all around.
This being Bucks most affordable pellet it was the first one we tried, wasn’t disappointed. It burns much hotter and cleaner then other pellets purchased primarily at the big box stores . A true value !!!
Burns hot and clean. Would definitely use again.
I tried almost every pellet brand that bucks offers this year and performed a comparison test after burning 3 bags of each. Once all said and done, the easy blaze was the product I decided to go with. These burned great and left the least amount of ash and soot compared to other sub $300/ton products. Is it as good as the northern warmth? Not quite, but pretty darn close. For the money, this is my choice!
Have tried a few different brands but EasyBlaze is one of my favorites. Quality to price is hard to beat. Burns very clean with limited ash and is always consistent. Have a Quadro-fire pellet stove and works great. When available, will always secure a pallet.
Of the softwoods that Ive tried these burn hot, low ash and they're in my opinion the biggest bang for your buck!
I have a harman stove and the softwood burns the best for me. I have tried other brands of pellets and for price and quality you can’t beat them. The ash is not bad and the heat is great. For my stove easy blaze is the best.
After trying several types in our King, including hamers...barefoot...matra...easyblaze is 100% the preferred pellet.
Incredibly low ash...dry not sticky (leaves no residue donut in burn box) no odor, clean burn. Originally, as I was learning brands, my first tries were hardwood. Joe was right. Softwood - specifically EasyBlaze - is our go to pellet. From here on out.
I just ordered EasyBlaze again for the 3rd year in row. After trying other pellets in my stove, these seem to offer the best price-performance. Ash is comparatively minimal and burn rate is about the same as other softwood pellets. Definitely better than hardwood pellets. Of course, keeping your stove and stove pipe well-maintained is essential to getting good performance from any pellet. I have stuck with Bucks Pellets for several years since they are unmatched for inventory, price and service. Don't bother going anywhere else.
Started using EasyBlaze pellets after using several types of hardwood pellets including Hamers and the pellets from the local hardware stores. EasyBlaze is far better than any of those others and as it's name says, it starts easily in your stove.
Easy blaze pellets were the best pellets I have gotten in a long time. I use a Harmon pellet stove and the ash was minimal. I have ordered 2 tons again for 2020/2021. Thanks
This was the second time we used soft wood. These were an excellent source of heat, great BTU's. Because of the EasyBlaze Softwood pellets we may not go back to burning hardwood pellets anymore. 5 Stars
Easily the best pellets I have used. Barely clean my stove at all anymore, VERY low ash. Great value
We've been using Easy Blaze for the last 2 seasons and are really happy with them. Very little ash so cleaning is easy, and they put out a lot of heat. A great value for the price!
I've been burning EasyBlaze for the past two seasons. They've produced good heat for me with very little ash. I've found them to be a great value compared with more expensive softwood brands especially the douglass fir pellets.
Finally caught them in stock. Purchased 1-1/2 tons. Easyblaze pellets are a great value. They burn nice and clean in my Harman P68. I preordered 4 tons for next season. Now I don’t have to worry about them being out of stock.
I have been using Easy Blaze for the past 2 seasons and they work great in my stove (Quadra-Fire Santa Fe). I think different stoves like different pellets and at Bucks Pellets you can buy 1 bag or more to try in your stove to find the right one that works in your stove.
I burned a 1.5 tons of these this past winter. Packaging was great, not a lot of dust.
I have no way to judge b.t.u's or heat output. seemed to start and burn a little better than the
barefoots (hardwood). My only complaint is Ash build-up (fly ash) and dirty glass. My Harman seems to burn anything, but I'm tired of
ash on the floor(falls off door when i scrape), and dirty glass even after i've cleaned the stove. Going to try top of the line pellets this year.
Hopefully worth the price.
I've burned two tons of the EasyBlaze Softwood pellets on my Harman Acccentra over the past couple of seasons, and they are an excellent value for the price. They burn nice and hot, and produce very little ash. My only regret was not ordering another ton before they sold out last season!