Canawick Bricks $294/2160 pound pallet.
Envi Blocks $289/2000 pound pallet.
Envi-8 Blocks $284/2000 pound pallet.
Full Pallet Home Fire Logs $524 (380 logs).
Half pallet Home Fire Logs $304 (190 logs)
Check out this chart with a comparison of each bio product, including price per bag, per pallet and burn times.
Here is a good article on Canawick Bricks and Bio Products that appeared in the Sunday, October 16, 2011 issue of the Maine Sunday Telegram. Click here to read...
Whether you're looking for alternative fuel as your primary heat source, or for the occasional evening fire to take the chill off, Southern Maine Renewable Fuels has personally tested several varieties of Bio Products for your woodstove or fireplace. All Bio products are manufactured from recycled sawdust and shavings with no additives, and offer the following advantages:
Note: These Bio Products are intended for use only in a properly maintained and ventilated woodstove or fireplace. Perform an initial test with your own stove by burning two or three Canawick Bricks or RioLogs at one time. The Envi Blocks, Home Fire Prest Logs, All-Nighter logs and North Idaho Energy Logs are designed for a long duration burn. Start with one or two logs for your initial burn. Add additional bricks or logs as appropriate for the size of your appliance.
Canawick Hardwood Bricks are high density, low moisture compressed wood products and are designed to be burned in woodstoves, fireplaces, and fire pits. Typical burn time 1 to 2 hours per brick.
Envi Blocks are made from 100% hardwood and are an excellent complement to the BioBrick & CozyLog for long duration burns. Expect a 2-4 burn time with the Envi-8 block, and 3-6 hours of burn with the original Envi block.
Home Fire Prest logs are 100% all wood 5 lb firelogs that have a typical burn time of 4 to 8 hours per log.
All-Nighter Logs and North Idaho Energy Logs are 8 pounds in weight and great for extending the duration of your burn. Typical burn time 4-8 hours.
RioLogs are 100% Aspen designed to burn in your woodstove, fireplace, campfire or firepit. Typical burn time 1 to 2 hours per log.