Out of Stock
$285 per pallet(ton)
$6.50 per bag
Geneva Super Premium Hardwood Pellets are quickly becoming a top name brand in the New England area. This pellet was rated “Top 5 pellets to Burn” in Massachusetts & Rhode Island by Allaboutwoodpellets.com! Geneva controls there raw materials 100% of the time, while using only top quality hardwood logs. This pellet exceeds all standards for super premium quality by the Pellet Fuels Institute. All of Geneva Pellets are manufactured at their Strong, Maine factory right here in the USA! If you are looking for a quality 100% hardwood pellet at an affordable price then this is the pellet for you!
Do you enjoy saving money? If you and your neigbors purchase at the same time, we can coordinate a single trailer load delivery, virtually eliminating delivery costs! Plus, special consideration can be provided for personal loading services directly in the back of a garage (normally an additional fee).
You and your neighbors all burn pellets, so cash in on these savings ahead of time!
Geneva Wood Pellets is a super-premium quality 100% Hardwood pellet. They purchase non-saw mill ready round logs and debarks, chips, grinds and dries the wood fiber into raw material appropriate for pelletizing. It is important to remove all bark and debris before pelletizing because these are the contaminants which cause pellets to produce too much ash and lower heating values. These contaminants also negatively affect bulk density which causes pellets to break down. During the production process excess dust is collected twice to ensure that the only thing entering the bags or silos is 100% premium grade hardwood pellet fuel. Geneva Wood Fuels produces wood pellets that, contain only 0.5% ash on average, produce more than 8,100 Btu/Lb., and have less than 0.05% fines. As a result, you will enjoy pellets that do not leave much ash when burned, produce a tremendous amount of heat and have little dust in the bag. If you demand pellets that are hot, clean, and affordable then that is what Geneva delivers!
We show both “Moisture Free” and the “As Received” BTU testing results so you can make informed comparison with other pellet fuels. Many pellet retailers only show the “Moisture Free” results to make the product appear better. The “Moisture Free” number is not a real world figure since that is only accurate once all of the moisture has been completely removed from the product. The true measure of heat content is the “As Received” value, that is how the pellets tested straight out of the bag and is equivalent to the heat they’ll give off when you burn them at your own home.