I don’t know what WETT certification really is but apparently more and more home insurance agencies require wood stoves to have it.
My snag currently with getting house insurance on my new home is that, despite the wood stove having an approved mechanical inspection but the City of Yellowknife, it does not say that the inspector was WETT certified.
This is what the insurance company needs, something that verifies it was WETT certified.
So I’m jumping through hoops with my closing date getting nearer and nearer and I’m hoping to say you some trouble.
I’m not saying to make sure your wood stove is WETT certified, I’m saying make sure you ask your insurance company if they require it or not.