Stay Warm. Be Green.
Pellet fuel is a clean-burning and renewable home heating alternative currently used throughout North America. It is a biomass product made of renewable substances – generally recycled wood waste. Because of this, it is cost stable, unlike oil and natural gas. Pellet fuel is an all natural, efficient way to heat your home. And you’re being green by helping to divert millions of tons of waste from landfills and turn it into energy. Currently, there are almost 1,000,000 homes in the U.S. using wood pellets for heat, in freestanding stoves, fireplace inserts, furnaces and boilers. Pellet fuel for heating can also be found in large-scale environments such as schools, universities and power plants. American Wood Fibers currently produces premium quality pellets in our Ohio and Virginia facilities. Pellet stoves are available for purchase at fireplace dealers, nurseries, building supply stores, feed and garden supply stores and some discount merchandisers.
American Wood Fibers' Premium Wood Pellet Fuel is a blend of quality hardwood fibers compressed into pellets which meet the highest industry standards. By combining our wood fiber experience and the latest in process technology we provide pellets that burn longer and burn stronger. Don't depend on foreign sources of energy when you can choose an American company to provide you better value, service, and quality.
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See the savings for yourself. Click here to use the pellet fuel calculator to compare the cost of using wood pellets to natural gas, propane, coal, electric, fuel oil and even hardwood.
Pellet Fuel Facts
American Wood Fibers Is Proud To Be One Of The First Pellet Suppliers To Achieve Certification Under The New Pellet Fuels Institute More Stringent Standards Program
Currently in 2015, the EPA will begin regulating the performance of both pellet stoves and pellet fuels. This will mean more consistent, reliable and high quality fuel pellets in bags with the new PFI graded quality mark, but not all pellets currently offered for sale will qualify. Burning non-PFI grade pellets may void the warranty in many stoves. Be sure to ask your supplier if they are making “PFI Graded Premium Fuel."