Wood Energy Technology Transfer Inc. (WETT Inc.) is a non-profit training and educational association. Through professional training and public education, WETT Inc. promotes the safe and efficient use of wood-burning systems in Canada.
In carrying out its mandate to promote increased safety and efficiency effectiveness, WETT Inc. maintains the Wood Energy Technical Training Program and acts as the national registrar for certified professionals. The wood-burning industry, insurance companies, municipal building inspectors, fire officials and government agencies recognize.
To become a WETT-trained professional requires the comple-tion of one of WETT Inc.’s educational streams. Training con-sists of a minimum of four days of formal training followed by written examinations. Before WETT certificates are issued, a minimum of 80 weeks of related field experience must be declared. Some types of certified professionals include wood-burning appliance installers and inspectors, insurance inspectors, fire safety professionals, chimney sweeps and municipal inspectors.
To be certified by WETT Inc. means that the professional has completed the necessary training programs and has declared 80 weeks of related field experience. Once certified, the professional agrees to abide by WETT Inc.’s strict Code of Ethics. To maintain certification, certificate holders must complete continuing education requirements and renew their membership annually.
– wood stove installations and maintenance
– chimney repair and maintenance
– chimney liners and capping
– brick repair and pointing
– hearth repair and installation
– New! WETT certified chimney cleaning – all types of chimneys
– pellet stoves