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Wood Pellets Price Per Ton




Wood Pellets Price Per Ton


Thinking of heating a home in this day and age can be a scary thing however there are a lot of choices out there that one can weigh in and make a good choice. One can select from natural gas to oil or even coal.

Pellet stoves also come to mind. Wood pellets price per ton in comparison with tradition fuels seem to have alot more of an affordability value to those looking to save some money in the long run as pellets run about $120.00-$200.00 per ton. Of course price varies by season and region as well as availability as the other types of fuels do.

Pellets are usually packaged and sold in 40 pound bags and either sold by the ton, skid or by the bag. The storing of this product is easy as the amount of space depending on where you're storing your pellets can be minimal due to the ease of stacking and storing and the compact nature of the product.

Pellets can be stored in small dry areas such as a basement, garage, shed or a basic utility room if available. Since pellets are a biomass fuel they have the sustainable energy advantage since they are manufactured using renewable raw materials.

Wood pellets price per ton in comparison with the other fuels on the market depending on the amount of usage can be a fraction of the price of other fuels like natural gas, coal, fuel oil or anthracite. Of course pellet consumption would vary according to the size of the space that is desired to have heated as well as the space to be heated and the insulation of such space. 

Pellets also reduce the cost of waste disposal due to not having to place in a landfill. As another environmental plus is the pellets burn clean so one can feel good about the clean burning and no harm to the air or ozone while using this product.

This is a definite consideration when compared with other fuels that are utilized and consumed in abundance, when taking costs and storage into consideration this may be something that can work for you. Do the math for each individual, it is a personal choice of course, what will yours be?

 

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