We are currently out of allocation for bag sales this week at Demers Garden Center – but should have new availability as early as Monday, March 17th. Check back with our WoodPellets.com site for the latest information – or give us a call at 1-800-PELLETS. We have customer service representatives available to answer your questions and concerns.
The pellets shortage of 2014 has made it nearly impossible to find pellets this March. And even if you live in a region served by our home delivery service, the lead time has now reached three weeks in many areas. But is it too late to order? No.
What we have been telling customers is to “get in line” because nobody knows what might happen in the next couple weeks.
If the shortage ends abruptly and you don’t need the fuel – simply cancel the order. We don’t require any prepayment.
But if the winter continues even longer, or the shortage gets worse – you’ll be glad you secured your place in line.
We are currently making available bags of wood pellets at our Manchester NH distribution center located at Demers Garden Center – 656 South Mammoth Road.
There is a limit of 10 bags per customer per day.
Call us at 1-800-PELLETS for more details.
Our Flex Savings Plan allows you to make a monthly deposit in any amount you choose, enabling you to budget your wood pellet fuel purchase over many months – instead of a single large one-time payment.
Sign up before March 21st – we’ll give you FREE Flex Delivery on your next order.
- Sign up must be completed by March 21st 2014.
- Free delivery is only good on orders of 3 tons or more.
- To qualify for free delivery you must have a minimum duration of at least 3 months.
- Free delivery is for “Flex Delivery” – Standard and Precision delivery will have a surcharge.
- Free delivery offer may not be combined with other offers or promotions.
The wood pellet budget plan is available to everyone, so feel free to let your neighbors, friends, relatives, and colleagues know that this option is available to them. If they are new WoodPellets.com customers, make sure to have them mention your name when ordering and they will get $25 off their order and we’ll give you $25 off your next order with us (click here for more details on our Pellet Buck Program). The best part is that there’s no limit on the amount of credit you can earn!
We’ve jumped on the bandwagon and are now proud pinners on Pinterest! Come check us out at http://pinterest.com/woodpelletscom. Our first board is all about things that can be created with recycled wood pallets. There are some really interesting things that folks have done to recycle their pallets, including this pallet bed you see to the right. If you check out our board on Pinterest you’ll see many other ideas, too!
Have you recycled the pallets your wood pellets have been delivered on to make anything unique or useful? Or have you perhaps stumbled across another cool way to recycle and reuse wood pallets? Please share with us by leaving a comment below!
We’re carrying three new brands so you can pick the perfect pellet for your needs. The new additions to our pellet family are:
Available in the Mid-Atlantic
Power House Premium Wood Pellets are made from 100% select hardwoods local to Pennsylvania. The 2012 test results for both ash and moisture content have been consistently strong, and we know this pellet will have a “bright” future in your stove!
Available in Ohio
Buy Local! Easy Heat Wood Pellets are some of the best wood pellets available on the market today and are produced right here in Ohio. They have achieved a well-deserved reputation for solid heat output and consistency of both ash and moisture content. Less fiddling with your stove and more predictable heat output – what’s not to like about that!
Available in New Hampshire and New York
Trebio Softwood Pellets are a quality pellet that consistently exceed the premium wood pellet standards. The slightly darker color is a result of Trebio’s very thorough process of extracting moisture from the pellets. Excellent packaging, a consistent product, and the extra “boost” of heat output you’d expect from a softwood pellet.
Have you burned these pellet brands before? What did you think? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!