A WETT inspection is a review of the components of a wood-burning system to ensure that they are installed correctly, are maintained in good working order, and that all parts of the system are compatible with one another. It is also a review of clearances between the components and adjacent combustibles like the walls, floors, and anything else in the area that could catch fire.
Your insurance company will require that your wood burning appliance has had a recent WETT inspection in order to make your home insurable.
WETT Inc. (Wood Energy Technology Transfer) is a non-profit organization that trains and certifies WETT inspectors/installers and educates the public on proper wood-burning for home heating purposes. Primarily, the intent is to prevent house fires.
We only use property WETT certified inspector partners to review your home.
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