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If you own or are purchasing a home that includes any wood-burning appliances, a WETT inspection is an absolute necessity.

WETT Wood Burning Appliance Inspection Advantages

WETT stands for Wood Energy Technology Transfer, a WETT inspection is an inspection of a wood burning appliances such as a stove or a fireplace by a certified WETT inspector.  A WETT inspection can give you the peace of mind you need when buying or selling a home, living in a home, and can also be a requirement when securing insurance.

Why would I need a WETT inspection?

When your home has a wood burning appliance, the potential for harmful pollutants to be released into your home as well as combustible materials to ignite is increased, so it is important that these appliances are regularly inspected and properly maintained.  Level 1 site basic WETT inspections are also now being required as a part of the home insuring process. If purchasing an older home that includes any of these wood-burning appliances, a WETT inspection is an absolute necessity.

What is included in a WETT inspection?

A WETT inspection is an inspection that must be conducted by an inspector who is WETT certified, it includes an inspection of all the visible readily accessible elements of a wood burning appliance, to make sure that it has been installed correctly and is installed with compliance to building codes and regulations.

The inspection might include an examination of a wood stove, flue pipe, chimney, and wood-burning fireplace. An inspector should look at the positioning of the system, and its distance in relation to any combustible materials.

The bottom lines is that a WETT inspection is more than just something to offer you peace of mind, if wood-burning appliances are a part of your home’s features, it is of paramount importance that these appliances are both installed properly and inspected for your safety

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WETT stands for Wood Energy Technology Transfer, a WETT inspection is an inspection of a wood burning appliances such as a stove or a fireplace by a certified WETT inspector.  A WETT inspection can give you the peace of mind you need when buying or selling a home, living in a home, and can also be a requirement when securing insurance.

Why would I need a WETT inspection?

When your home has a wood burning appliance, the potential for harmful pollutants to be released into your home as well as combustible materials to ignite is increased, so it is important that these appliances are regularly inspected and properly maintained.  Level 1 site basic WETT inspections are also now being required as a part of the home insuring process. If purchasing an older home that includes any of these wood-burning appliances, a WETT inspection is an absolute necessity.

What is included in a WETT inspection?

A WETT inspection is an inspection that must be conducted by an inspector who is WETT certified, it includes an inspection of all the visible readily accessible elements of a wood burning appliance, to make sure that it has been installed correctly and is installed with compliance to building codes and regulations.

The inspection might include an examination of a wood stove, flue pipe, chimney, and wood-burning fireplace. An inspector should look at the positioning of the system, and its distance in relation to any combustible materials.

The bottom lines is that a WETT inspection is more than just something to offer you peace of mind, if wood-burning appliances are a part of your home’s features, it is of paramount importance that these appliances are both installed properly and inspected for your safety.

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