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Premium Wood Pellet Fuel 40 lb. Bag

  • Product varies by store
  • Made from 100% wood
  • Low moisture content for quick ignition
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Product Overview

  • Product varies by store
  • Made from 100% wood
  • Low moisture content for quick ignition
Wood pellet fuel is environmentally-friendly and produces very little ash or smoke, leaving you with a just clean burning fire.
  • 100% natural wood pellets, no binders or additives
  • Low moisture content for quick ignition
  • Provide more heat per pound than firewood
  • Produce little ash for easier cleanup
  • Use only in appliances approved for burning wood pellets
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS
  • Note: Product may vary by store

Product Overview

  • Product varies by store
  • Made from 100% wood
  • Low moisture content for quick ignition
Model #: 40100
Sku #: 623182
Internet #: 205700777

Wood pellet fuel is environmentally-friendly and produces very little ash or smoke, leaving you with a just clean burning fire.

  • 100% natural wood pellets, no binders or additives
  • Low moisture content for quick ignition
  • Provide more heat per pound than firewood
  • Produce little ash for easier cleanup
  • Use only in appliances approved for burning wood pellets
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS
  • Note: Product may vary by store

Key Features

Product Overview
Key Features
  • Product varies by store
  • Made from 100% wood
  • Low moisture content for quick ignition
Wood pellet fuel is environmentally-friendly and produces very little ash or smoke, leaving you with a just clean burning fire.
  • 100% natural wood pellets, no binders or additives
  • Low moisture content for quick ignition
  • Provide more heat per pound than firewood
  • Produce little ash for easier cleanup
  • Use only in appliances approved for burning wood pellets
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS
  • Note: Product may vary by store

Product Overview

  • Product varies by store
  • Made from 100% wood
  • Low moisture content for quick ignition
Model #: 40100
Sku #: 623182
Internet #: 205700777

Wood pellet fuel is environmentally-friendly and produces very little ash or smoke, leaving you with a just clean burning fire.

  • 100% natural wood pellets, no binders or additives
  • Low moisture content for quick ignition
  • Provide more heat per pound than firewood
  • Produce little ash for easier cleanup
  • Use only in appliances approved for burning wood pellets
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS
  • Note: Product may vary by store

Specifications

Details

Burn time (hours)
12
Fuel Type
Pellet
Number of Pieces
1

Specifications

Details

Burn time (hours)
12
Fuel Type
Pellet
Number of Pieces
1

Questions & Answers

Anyone Use This as Cat Litter?

I have used a product like this called "Feline Pine" for the past 5 years...it breaks down into saw dust (basically) as the cats do their business. I pay $20 for a 40 pound bag. $5 is much cheaper. Just wondering if anyone has used it in that manner...if it's pure wood, as is the cat litter I use...I think I'll give it a whirl. Looking to see if anyone else has tried it.
Asked by: Dooders
We've been using this product for cat litter for years. Actually the breeder we purchased our cats from turned us on to this. It's cheep and works great. There is no clumping so you just stir the pellets around and scoop out the poop. We have two cats and use a large under bed box for a litter box also purchased from Home depot. We change the box weekly and use a little less than half a bag each litter change. The old material can be used around trees as mulch or just dumped in the woods to degrade. The only issue is you need to stock up on the bags to have them available year round as they are a seasonal item. We told our vet and they had no concerns given the quality of the wood pellets and the dust is much better than standard litter.
Answered by: None
Date published: 2019-03-13

How do these pellets compare to Green Supreme?

I bought Green Supreme last year and liked them. All pellets are not the same
Asked by: booboo
Much better. I've burned both. Green Supreme burn to fast. Had to adjust my feed rate, not as hot.
Answered by: stovechow
Date published: 2019-01-28

Are these wood pellets toxic to dogs

Asked by: buggers
No
Answered by: Christine
Date published: 2019-01-13

can stove chow be ordered by the ton for pick up at store

Asked by: crusher
I'm in the Glastonbury, CT area and they do sell by the ton for pick up
Answered by: Beader112
Date published: 2018-02-28
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Customer Reviews

Premium Wood Pellet Fuel 40 lb. Bag is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 404.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not what they used to be, and priced higher ! I have been burning stove chow for the last 6 years in my harmon advance which is over 10 years old. My stove is usually my only heat for my med size 2 story house. Started last year with creating a lot more ash and build up in the firepot, I always buy them in the summer. This year a much higher price, considering I am buying 4 tons at $250 a ton, I have been forced this year to do a through cleaning once a week of the stove. In the past that was once a month, except last year, every two weeks. My electric igniter will not light these, and it takes me about 1/2 hour to get them to light with gel starter. They used to be a fair pellet for the money, but not this year, and on the bag it says "Your satisfaction is our priority. We Guarantee it." I would like to know whom to contact, because I am not satisfied at all. If you are not getting what you paid for, stop acting like they are good, because that is all you could get. Speak up and perhaps they will listen ! Stop buying them and they will have to listen !
Date published: 2015-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Burn good in my stove Burn good in my stove
Date published: 2019-08-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have an Enviro Meridian since 2009 and I always use Hamer's hot ones. I bought 2 bags of Stove... I have an Enviro Meridian since 2009 and I always use Hamer's hot ones. I bought 2 bags of Stove Chow on a freezing sunday in Edgewood while waiting for my usual pellet to be delivered. I expected more maintenance based on the negative reviews, and I was blown away by the quality of these pellets. There was no dust in the bags, the pellets were light in color and the size small and consistent. While is true that compared to Hamer's they give twice as much more ashes ( quite black and way more coarse in texture) the heat output is as good if not better. I adjusted the air intake to have a nice flame and did not have clinker's or hard deposit in the burn pot, nor more soot on the glass and they really burned hot. I do not mind having to empty my ash tray four time a season instead of two and i clean my stove every week, so next year I think I will test a couple of bags for consistency and try a full season with them.
Date published: 2017-11-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This stuff is complete garbage. It clumps up like cat litter and it almost caused a fire. Once i ... This stuff is complete garbage. It clumps up like cat litter and it almost caused a fire. Once i had to extinguish a fire in my stove because it clumped up so much that the embers could not fall through the grates onto the ash pan, all the while the pellets kept coming down, overflowing onto a clump of bright hot embers. In addition, "low ash" is a joke statement printed on the bag. I've never seen a soot that nasty and sticky before. I've had to use a magic eraser to clean the glass of the stove on top of having blackened the whole inside of the stove. Usually, windex and a used cloth would clean the glass with a a simple swipe and the inside of the stove gets clean by vacuuming the ash with my shop vac. My local Home Depot sells Stove Chow at $249/Ton, which is still on the low end for what a ton of decent pellet fuel goes for in my area. I use Turmin which is a higher grade pellet (not the highest), it goes for $279/Ton. For $30/Ton extra is totally worth the effortless cleaning and clean burning, as for lengthening the life of the stove itself. I find it at Ace Hardware stores. Truly low ash, no clumping or blackening, clean burning.
Date published: 2018-01-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not buy these pellets! Would have given 0 stars if possible! Worst pellets we have ever burn... Do not buy these pellets! Would have given 0 stars if possible! Worst pellets we have ever burned in the 15 years that We have owned pellet stoves. Could not get the Hamer Hot ones that we have been using for the past about 7 years and thought, How different can they be? Well there was a BIG difference! First off, a 40lb bag of stove chow only burns half the amount of time as the 40lb bag of Hamer Hot ones. We Only burn during the day and we can get 2 full days about 24 hours from Hamers Hot ones and the Stove Chow burns whole bag in only one day about 10 hours, if lucky. Also when we pour these pellets into our hopper a bag doesn’t even fill hopper to the top, maybe 3/4 full and Hamers fill completely to top. Would have returned if possible but we bought a whole pallet and had off loaded by hand into our garage, we would have had to reload 49 bags back into the truck, because we figured out the mistake on the first bag! So we are suffering through our mistake. We learned from our mistake and will never buy Stove Chow again! Can’t wait til these terrible pellets are gone. We will definitely go back to our tried and true Hamers Hot Ones!
Date published: 2019-02-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stove chow good, cheap heating oil better Always had good results with stove chow, but the price keeps going up. Heating oil is now below $2 so no pellets for me this year. Pellet suppliers need to realize that when oil and gas go down they must reduce their prices not raise them.
Date published: 2015-09-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not such a great deal anymore These pellets I've been burning for the past 4 years and always were a good deal easier to get,cheap to buy, burned pretty well. This year not so much, the price went up so they are approaching super premium prices and claim to be 100 percent hardwood on the site but on the bag it says 100 percent white wood so they must be a blend. I run a Harman p68 stove which has always burned pretty much anything I put in it but this year for the first time I get clinkers...almost daily. I've burned one and a half times the rate of pellets I usually do to keep my house at the same temperature i have the last couple years. Maybe this ton was just a bad batch but with the price going up and the quality seeming to go down I'm not so sure I'll be buying these again.
Date published: 2014-12-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good pellet We used the Stove Chow pellet from Home Depot last heating season. Good heat output, relatively low ash and a decent price point at the time. No feed issue or fines either. Good deal. That said, this is product made from waste materials. HD and others will need to be careful to not overprice it vs Oil which is now declining. Calculation models can readily be found on line for those trying to figure out which is cheaper to heat the house. Be sure to add in delivery charges to the pellet by Ton figure. Looking to see if pellet prices come down for the 2015 / 2016 heating season before buying in quantity. Right now oil is even to or slightly edges out pellets. I used HD's current $269 per Ton and $80 delivery fee.
Date published: 2015-07-16
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