What does WETT stand for?
Wood Energy Technology Tranfer Inc. (WETT Inc.)
Why would I need a WETT Inspection?
Do you require a basic visual inspection such as for insurance or pre-purchase of a home equipped with a wood burning appliance or fireplace? A basic visual inspection is a general overview of the readily accessible parts to determine if the system meets current regulations. If this description fits your needs, any WETT certified member is trained to perfor
If your wood burning system is not functioning properly, is damaged or causing concerns such as smoke spillage, rapid creosote accumulation, etc., you should contact a WETT certified technician or sweep. A list can be found at the WETT BC Website.
What is included in a WETT Inspection?
We are Level 1 inspectors which means we offer an inspection of "readily available" components of:
(1) a solid fuel burning appliance, or
(2) a site-built fireplace and,
(3) the venting system for:
(a) proper use of required components, and
(b) clearance to combustibles, and
(c) readily visible system obstructions or deposits.
How much does it cost?
That depends on where you live:
Agassiz/Harrison - $195.00
Hope - $250.00
Yale - $350.00 Boston Bar - $375.00 + $50.00 Gas
Return Trip - $65.00 (ex: Needed to fix a few things and needed us to check to update
How do I contact you to get more info/book an appointment?
You can either email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (604)792-7100.
Still need more information?
Check out Consumer Safety Information Section of the WETT BC Website.