A1 Pellet Sales Premium Grade Pellet Stove Fuels

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Central Connecticut’s premier source of Wood Pellet Fuel

Conveniently located at the junction of Routes 3 and 160
in Rocky Hill CT,


2016 - 2017 Heating Season is in full swing!

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Our warehouse is stocked, so come on over or call to get your supply

Heating Season Hours are:
M-F 8am - 5PM
Saturdays 8AM ‘till Noon


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EASYBLAZE Softwood and Hard/Softwood Blend Pellets IN STOCK

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EASYBLAZE
Hard/Softwood Blend

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EASYBLAZE
Softwood Pellets


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A1 Pellet Sales now has
Maine Woods
Softwood Pellets

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Maine Woods Pellets
Softwood Pellets


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BLAZER Softwood Pellets

SOLD OUT!

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BLAZER
Softwood Pellets


A1 Pellet Sales Features
Connecticut made
Blackstone Hardwood Fuel Pellets
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A Popular Heating Low Cost Heating Fuel


Heating Season Hours
Pickup M-F 8AM to 5PM, Sat 8AM to Noon
(or by special arrangement)
delivery charge extra
Call A1 Pellet Sales at 860-436-6600 for details / orders.

A1 Pellet will be closed Christmas Eve (12/24) and New Years Eve (12/31)

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A1 Pellet Sales accepts Visa/MasterCard/Discover/Amex cards
Cash and Checks also welcome.
Also now accepting PayPal payments

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Delivery service and charge information on Order Form

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Why burn Wood Pellets vs. Cordwood?

Wood pellet fuel is a renewable, clean-burning and cost stable home heating alternative currently used throughout North America. Wood pellets are a biomass product made of renewable substances - generally sawdust and other recycled wood waste. There are currently over 1 million homes in North American using wood pellets for heat, in freestanding stoves, fireplace inserts and even furnaces.
North American wood pellets are produced in manufacturing facilities through out Canada and the United States, and Connecticut made pellets are available for purchase A1 Pellet Sales in clean, easy to handle 40 lb bags and by the ton!
One bag of pellet fuel equals 2.5 gallons of oil, or one ton (50 bags) equals 1½ cords of wood!

Help Take Control of Heating Costs
Wood pellet stoves are the perfect choice for people that often experience high home heating bills due to fluctuating energy costs. In fact, wood pellet stoves are often installed in homes as secondary heat sources to help maintain control over heating expenses. The reason is the fuel. Wood pellet stoves burn economical pellets made from recycled sawdust. The economy of wood pellets is due to the low cost of the materials and the efficiency of the manufacturing processes, as well as the ability for people to lock in an entire year of fuel costs before the beginning of the heating season.

Efficient Heat and Minimal Emissions
Wood Pellet stoves are efficient home heaters thanks to state-of-the-art technology that helps control the fuel-to-air ratio within the stove and ensures almost complete combustion of the fuel. This technology helps to generate minimal wood smoke, making pellet stoves the lowest emission solid-fuel burning hearth products available today and a popular choice in areas where winter air quality is an issue.

Automated Wood Burning
A wood pellet stove is an automated wood burner. Wood Pellet stoves operate with an easy-to-use convenience while providing a rich, radiant and convection heat. To use a wood pellet stove, simply load a supply of wood pellets into the hopper and start the stove. Once the stove is operating, an automated feed system delivers the wood pellets into a burn chamber within the stove where combustion air is forced through the fire creating a mini furnace. In many wood pellet stoves, the ignition system is also automatic, increasing the convenience factor.


Learn more about the economic and environmental benefits of Wood Pellet Stoves and Wood Pellet Fuel form the the following sources:
A guide to wood pellets for Newbies
What the Specs on the bag tell you
Pellet Fuel Institute
Benefits of Pellets
Treehugger.com
Wood Pellet Stoves vs. Cordwood Stoves: Which is Greener?
U.S. Department of Energy
Cordwood and Wood Pellet Heating
Penn State University
Manufacturing Wood Fuel Pellets from Biomass

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