UPTON, MASSACHUSETTS -- Last year I burnt Okanagan Douglas Fir. It wasn't hot, it was scorching hot, huge difference from the year before. I saw Blazers on sale. I figured Douglas Fir is Douglas Fir, not so. Blazers are much weaker than Okanagan's. Now I'm stuck with 5 tons of average pellets, and a wife who keeps telling me, "told so". Very disappointed with the lack of heat from Blazers. Please spend the extra $30 per pallet on Okanagan's Douglas Fir, they're the real deal. Maybe Blazers were as good before?
WASHINGTON -- The first ton and half of pellets purchased was what the manufacture had termed it premium. The second half ton purchased was not a premium product in that it was in quarter to three eighths pieces and burned a lot faster and created a lot more of fly ash and did not generate as much heat without turning up on the burn zone. I have burned these pellets in my pellet stove the last two years and I think the last half ton is not representative of what is stated on the bag as premium. This is not a complaint but just an informational correspondence. Thank you very much.