Pellet Fuel Delivery

Pellet Fuel Delivery

A residential-scale truck with pneumatic bulk wood pellet delivery
A residential-scale truck with pneumatic bulk wood pellet delivery

The following companies deliver wood pellet heating fuel with pneumatic delivery trucks directly to your on-site storage bin for fully-automatic, hands-free heating.

A industrial-scale tractor trailer with auger bulk wood pellet delivery
A industrial-scale tractor trailer with auger bulk wood pellet delivery

Connecticut
Sandri Energy Solutions, Greenfield, MA (413) 772-2121
Kingdom Biofuel, Lancaster and Chambersburg, PA (717) 344-5429
Maine Energy Systems, Oxford, MA (207) 824-7355

Maryland
Kingdom Biofuel, Lancaster and Chambersburg, PA (717) 344-5429

Massachusetts
Sandri Energy Solutions, Greenfield, MA (413) 772-2121
Vermont Renewable Fuels, Dorset, VT (802) 362-3180
Maine Energy Systems, Oxford, MA (207) 824-7355

Maine (northern)
Daigle Oil Co, Houlton, ME / Madawaska, ME / Ashland, ME (207) 532-2225

Maine (southern)
Lyme Green Heat, Lyme, NH 03768 (603) 359-8837
Maine Energy Systems, Bethel, ME (207) 824-7355
Sandri Energy Solutions, Greenfield, MA (413) 772-2121
Q-Team, Naples, ME (207) 693-3831

New Hampshire
Lyme Green Heat, Lyme, NH 03768
Sandri Energy Solutions, Greenfield, MA (413) 772-2121
Vermont Renewable Fuels, Dorset, VT (802) 362-3180
Maine Energy Systems, Bethel, ME (207) 824-7355

New York State
Ehrhart Energy, Trumansburg, NY (607) 387-8881
Vincent’s Heating and Fuel Service, Poland, NY (315) 826-3864
(also delivering (pneumatic bulk delivery only) to Western VT, MA, and CT, as well as northern NJ and PA)

New York (parts of eastern New York)
Sandri Energy Solutions, Greenfield, MA (413) 772-2121
Vermont Renewable Fuels, Dorset, VT (802) 362-3180

Pennsylvania (central)
Kingdom Biofuel, Lancaster and Chambersburg, PA (717) 344-5429
Energex Pellet Fuel, Mifflintown, PA (717) 436-0015,

Rhode Island
Sandri Energy Solutions, Greenfield, MA (413) 772-2121
Maine Energy Systems, Bethel, ME (207) 824-7355

Vermont
Bournes Energy, Morrisville, VT 05661 (802) 888-2611
Lyme Green Heat, Lyme, NH 03768 (603) 359-8837
Sandri Energy Solutions, Greenfield, MA (413) 772-2121
Vermont Renewable Fuels, Dorset, VT (802) 362-3180
Maine Energy Systems, Bethel, ME (207) 824-7355 (not all parts)

Virginia (Northern)
Kingdom Biofuel, Lancaster and Chambersburg, PA (717) 344-5429

West Virginia (Northern)
Kingdom Biofuel, Lancaster and Chambersburg, PA (717) 344-5429

Pellet delivery is expanding!

New regions are opening up all the time. If your location isn’t listed we may be able to help with research in your area. You can reach us by email, or schedule a call.

Heat Loss

The two variables of of heat loss are a) geographic location, and b) building performance. Together they will determine the quantity of heat needed to maintain comfort.

Geographic location drives the building's “design day." Your design day is the difference in temperature between the inside and outside of your house on the theoretical coldest day of the year; so in the northeast we calculate a day that is -10ºf outside and comfortable 68ºf inside. This is referred to as the “delta-T” value. A typical delta-T for the northeast is 78º.

Building performance is the big one because there’s nothing we can do about geographic location. Today we can build a really tight thermal envelope, but most of our heating pollution comes from the millions of homes built over the last 100-150 years. We are getting better at buttoning-up those old buildings with insulation and weather sealing but weatherization is still  never going to be enough to overcome the heat loss from a 78º delta-T. That means we need heating systems that can quickly put a whole lot of heat back into those old houses on the days that are really cold.