Mt . Taylor Manufacturing
Home Heating Pellets
Winter Is Coming!
Important info 2023
Unfortunately, the fires New Mexico experienced in summer 2022 causing fire restrictions have affected our company's supply chain. Due to shutdowns caused by these restrictions, supplies on both Tiny T''embers as well as Calientitos are very limited. You may find our pellets at the retailers listed below, but please call them ahead of time to ensure they have the pellets in stock as demand is very high.
Our Home Heater Pellets, Tiny T'embers and Calientitos are sourced locally both from restoration work we do in our national forests as well as clean urban wood waste, free of any chemicals, dyes, or additives!
This product is clean, natural, efficient, and helps benefit our environment as a renewable source of fuel and heat!
Our home heating pellets are only available for purchase by the ton! You can find select retail locations carrying these products by the bag!
Retailers Selling our pellets:
Bernalillo Feed & More
Pioneer Ace Hardware (Rio Rancho and Cedar Crest)
Old Mill Belen
Old Mill Edgewood
Mountain West Sales
Only at our Albuquerque Division
Wood Recycling Program
*We may reject wood if it does not meet our requirements!
If you have spare wood you would like to get discard we will take it off your hands for no charge if brought to our Albuquerque location 4205 William St SE.
This wood is recycled and metered in to produce our home heating pellets, Tiny T'embers.
Eliminating Wood Waste
Our company has helped keep roughly 10 Million pounds of wood waste from piling up in landfills. Turning this wood waste into a clean and efficient product!
Protection and Restoration
Our restoration efforts in the Cibola National forest is directed to and has helped protect our local watersheds from catastrophic fires, protecting the endangered species that use these rivers as their homes.
Adding Fire Resilience to the Land
In our efforts to restore the forests to old-growth conditions, we have removed dangerous piles of excess wood waste and harvesting small-diameter trees that overcrowd parts of the forests!