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Wood Energy Technology Transfer Inc. (WETT Inc.) is a non-profit training and education association managed by a volunteer Board of Directors elected by holders of valid WETT certificates. Through its administrative designate, WETT Inc. functions as the national registrar of the WETT program. Through professional training and public education, WETT Inc. promotes the safe and effective use of wood-burning systems in Canada.
Chimneys.com was established in 1994 by Oliver Beauchemin and Ron Herman. It was the first web site focused on chimneys. At the time, Oliver was running a chimney service company in the Boston area, as well as a start-up industry magazine. The Internet was in its infancy, and it seemed only natural to setup a web site for homeowners and chimney professionals focused on everything chimneys.
At Wood Heat, we are experts in wood, pellet, gas and electric fireplaces, stoves, fireplace inserts and firepits. We have a large selection of the top brands, with many burning displays, backed by factory authorized installation and service. Come see why we earn the region’s top sales awards year after year.
The central source of technical information about domestic heating and cooking using coal, wood and other solid fuels. From sophisticated European central heating to simple firestones, small appliances, fired by wood, coal and other solid fuels are most of the world's cooking and heating. They can be extraordinarily efficient, completely renewable, adaptable, reliable, cheap and safe. But they can also be a major source of serious pollutants, especially smoke. Soliftec is here to help make them better.
For decades people have had a love affair with wood fires, a cosy fire on a cold blustery night curled up with a good book and a warm drink is the ultimate in comfort on a winter evening. "The perfect fire" is "all woodheat can be.