A Little About Lyme Green Heat
Beginning in 2008, Lyme Green Heat was just one man and a truck delivering bagged wood pellets. We steadily grew our bagged pellets sales and started dreaming of bringing bulk pellet delivery, much like they were already doing in Europe, to the Upper Valley.
In 2011, Lyme Green Heat became a Maine Energy System certified installer began installing and servicing MeSYS AutoPellet boilers. After researching the pellet boilers on the market, it was clear that the AutoPellet boiler had certain key features that would make for the easiest transition from burning fossil fuels to wood pellets. The AutoPellet is fully automated, self-cleaning, and does not require costly thermal storage that some of the other products on the market require. MeSYS AutoPellet boilers are also incredibly reliable and carry one of the industry’s best warranties.
At this time, we also put our first bulk delivery truck on the road. We partnered with New England Wood Pellet of Jaffrey, NH as our supplier of bulk wood pellets. We had been already delivering NEWP’s bagged product to our customers and were confident that this was the fuel we wanted to deliver to our boiler customers as well as other pellet boiler customers in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. Since then, we have installed approximately 90 boilers throughout both states and have grown our fuel delivery fleet to include two 10-ton residential delivery trucks, A tractor trailer truck with two 28-ton trailers to service large volume commercial, industrial and institutional fuel accounts.
In 2015, with the addition of Rene Ferland, formerly of Tarm USA, we expanded our service and installation capabilities. Not only are we here to sell boilers and fuel, we aim to continue to service our customers once the installation is complete and the warranty period ends. We offer 24-hour emergency service and a 1-year warranty on our installation on top of the manufacturer’s warranty on the equipment.
Lyme Green Heat, Inc. is committed to the long-term growth and sustainability of wood pellet heating fuel for the Northern Forest Region