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How do I get to Corinth Wood Pellets?
Can I use my existing fireplace and use wood pellets?
What are some of the advantages of using wood pellets?
Can I purchase a Wood Pellet boiler to heat my hot water?


How do I get to Corinth Wood Pellets? Back to top

Can I use my existing fireplace and use wood pellets? Back to top

  • Yes, you can. You will need to use a wood pellet stove that is designed to be an insert for a fireplace. There are also decorative panels that can be used between the insert and the fireplace opening. *Please keep in mind that inserts are designed for specific types of fireplaces, either masonry or metal. Please check with the manufacturer of the stove to be sure of which kind you would need.
What are some of the advantages of using wood pellets? Back to top
  • Wood pellet stoves can be installed closer to combustible surfaces than regular wood burning stoves. Though freestanding stoves offer greater installation choices, it must be placed on a non-combustible floor protector.
  • Cleaning of the stove is easy. Cleaning consists of emptying the tray usually weekly or monthly depending on the stove.
  • Many pellet stoves have automatic starters and thermostats to help regulate the heat.
  • Great for the environment! Our pellets are made from waste products of sawmills and other wood processing facilities. It is also known as Biomass. No new trees are cut to make the pellet and the woods natural glue (lignin) holds the pellet together.
  • Easy, clean storage. No more dirt and bark everywhere. Less space is needed to store the pellets than regular stove wood.
  • The wood pellet stove exterior is much cooler because the burn is more controlled by burning at a higher temperature, which is great for folks that have pets and young children.
  • The stoves are efficient enough that almost no smoke or creosote is produced.
  • The exhaust is barely hot, which allows the stove to be inserted almost anywhere without a masonry chimney, all you need is a tin metal liner.
  • **A little off topic, livestock farms use wood pellets because they are much drier and will typically absorb more than regular livestock bedding. In turn it reduces the amount of manure that is generated by farms.

Can I purchase a Wood Pellet boiler to heat my hot water? >Back to top

  • Yes, you can. A wood pellet boiler can provide full central heating and hot water.
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Corinth Wood Pellets LLC
P.O. Box 407
Corinth, Maine, 04427
Phone: 1-877-3-PELLET (1-877-373-5538) Fax: 207-285-7800
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