Hay Creek Companies supports the environment by manufacturing wood fuel pellets from waste wood. These wood fuel pellets are manufactured by compressing sawdust remnants from the lumber industry, furniture and flooring, and from forestry by-products as well as shredded wood from recycled pallets. The wood materials used to manufacture the pellets are only recycled wood products. Thus, burning these pellets is a carbon neutral process. All wood pellets manufactured at Hay Creek meet strict ash content, moisture content and heat output standards. We follow the guidelines for premium wood fuel pellets established by the Pellet Fuels Institute.
Hay Creek wood fuel pellets are supplied to our many retailers and can be purchased from dealers in our network.
We manufacture year round and offer an Early Buy Program for dealers each spring. The best dealer prices of the season are from April through July. Contact us to learn more about pre-buying for the season.
From April to July, our wood fuel pellet dealers are able to get the best price on bags of pellets to stock up for the fall season. We have dealers all over the state of Wisconsin, and continue to add more. Here is an example of some of the types of businesses that (more)
Our team at Hay Creek Pallet is committed to solving the material handling needs of our customers. We anticipate our customer's needs, with consideration for how transportation, handling, storage, and the general marketplace will impact those needs. Staying current with the latest innovations in the industry helps us deliver the best solutions and service to our customers. We manufacture custom pallets on our Storti automatic nailing machine, our Viking pallet machine, and we also make custom hand-built sizes. We remanufacture and recondition used pallets for service again, as well.
Heat treating is availalble as a service for both pallets manufactured at Hay Creek and also for those brought in by customers for heat treatment.
We're located in central Wisconsin and ship pallets all over Wisconsin and across the U.S.
According to the Arbor Day Foundation, there are good reasons to use wood mulch around your trees. Mulch helps trees retain water by keeping the roots moist. Mulch keeps weeds down to help prevent competition for root space. Mulch prevents compating of soil. Mulch reduces damage from lawn mowers. An article from the Arbor Day Foundation tells (more)