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Master Chimney Sweep: WETT Trained and Certified

Wood Energy Technology Transfer Inc. (WETT) is a non-profit organization that provides training and education to promote the safe and effective use of wood-burning systems throughout Canada. As a member of WETT, Master Chimney Sweep takes these issues very seriously. Our owner Patrick O. Cormier has been involved with the WETT training program since 1987 and was certified in 1989. Patrick has also served as an instructor since 1989. For more information, contact Master Chimney Sweep today or visit the WETT website.


WETT Code of Ethics

WETT Inc. issues certificates of qualification to candidates who have the required amount of industry experience, have completed specified courses of study and have achieved a passing grade on examinations designed to test competence in the required skill areas. To maintain WETT certification in good standing, including the right to use the WETT logo on letterhead and advertising, the person must renew his or her certification annually, complete courses in the WETT continuing education series from time to time as required and comply with the terms of the WETT Code of Ethics below.

  • A certificate holder will protect the rights and safety of others and use reasonable skill and judgment while engaged in the practice of wood-energy technical work in accordance with the terms and conditions of WETT certification.
  • A certificate holder will not knowingly contravene any federal, provincial, or municipal law, regulation, or by-law relating to the sale, installation, inspection or maintenance of solid-fuel-burning systems.
  • A certificate holder will not knowingly sign or issue a false or misleading report or other document.
  • A certificate holder will not make a false, exaggerated or misleading statement as to the practice of solid-fuel work, or make a false or malicious statement or publication that injures the professional reputation of another person who is WETT certified.
  • A certificate holder will not use the WETT logo or the words Wood Energy Technical Training in a way that misleads the public as to the WETT certification status of him/herself or of another person.
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