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My son in law put in a pellet stove last year,didnt use a drop of oil.Friend put one in several years ago.He used 1 bag a day.100 gallons of fuel oil can cost 360.00.Dealers require 100 gallon minimum.Dealer we buy from will supply less.Pellets can be bought a bag at a time.Easy to store and you can buy them when you have the money.I ran out of oil in April a few years ago.Oil dealers have fixed delivery days here.Theres a general store close to me but the clown who was running it had no kerosene, no off road diesel, no road diesel.I called a dealer who had a wed delivery day.He wouldnt take a check,only cash.We had 135.00 in cash,wasnt enough, he wouldnt stop.My regular dealer had his truck broke down with a bad differential.I drove to a general store and bought 5 gallons of off road diesel.I see a lot of people buying off road diesel 5 gallons at a time because they dont have 400 bucks to buy a minimum order of fuel.Local oil dealers are making a lot of people switch to pellet stoves.I used to keep a 50 gallon drum of kerosene until the price went to 4 bucks a gallon.

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