Wood Pellet Sales

Wood pellets are made from wood shavings and sawdust.
They are used in highly efficient and convenient automatic wood boilers.
Wood pellets burn so effectively because they have a low moisture and ash content.

Pellet Options
Wood Pellets come in two main forms:

Bagged Wood Pellet
Loose or Bulk Wood Pellet.

Pros and cons of both options

Bagged Pellet
Pellets can be delivered in bags of various sizes up to one ton. One ton bags are delivered on a pallet and are perhaps the most versatile way of getting pellets as they can be stored in almost any dry space. But buying in bags is the most expensive way of buying pellets, sometimes twice the price of buying in bulk.

Loose Bulk Pellet
Pellets can also come by delivery where they are tipped out from the truck or blown
through a tube into a wood pellet store.
Often these loads come at a minimum of 3 tons but works out much cheaper.
You have to have a dedicated pellet store which can be either inside or outside your house.




Wood Pellet
Wood pellets are made from wood shavings and sawdust. Wood Pellets
They are used in highly efficient and convenient automatic wood boilers.
Wood pellets burn so effectively because they have a low moisture and ash content.

Wood pellets are compact and easy to store. Typically they come in bags,
but they can also be delivered in bulk by truck. Wood pellets can be ordered from local fuel merchants, and wood pellet stoves and boilers are now available in Ireland.

Wood pellets are a clean, safe, energy efficient fuel with huge environmental benefits.
They are made from compacted sawdust, compressed into small cylinders.
Their high energy density makes them more efficient than common fossil fuels.


They are locally produced in Ireland & are one of the cheapest fuels available.

They are not linked to unstable global markets so you can be confident you will not be facing huge
energy price increases. For our range of wood pellet storage units you can view them here online.

While growing, a tree absorbs CO2 from the atmosphere. When burned the wood releases back into
the atmosphere the CO2 required by the tree to grow. The C02 released is the same had the tree died
& rotted naturally, so you can be sure you are not adding anything extra to the environment.
Wood fuel is part of the natural cycle.

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