We are pleased to offer our customers a Canadian Made quality wood and gas stove line.
24/7 Prices for Contractors !
Pre-approved contractors may download prices after hours on our web site. We have recently introduced a secure area of this website to help our valuable contractors.
The big news as far as our products are concerned, was
The commitment this year to sell the new brown
coloured Pressure Treated Lumber. Sales in this
product have exceeded expectations! It looks as
the days of green coloured Pressure Treated lumber
We carry the Regency line of wood/gas/pellet stoves and fireplaces. They are Canadian made and carry a lifetime warranty. Click here to visit the Regency/Hampton website. It is a fantastic site with lots of useful information. You can even design your own stove/fireplace by scrolling down this page and clicking on the red banner.
The YouTube video above is one of many that you can see on the Regency site. Click on the red buttom below to design your own fireplace or stove.
There are a series of promotions throughout the year. We suggest that you check back regularly. Visit our Flyer page to view the latest promotion.
We quite often get asked about what a WETT certified installer is. Insurance companies will sometimes ask that your woodstove be installed or checked by a WETT certified technician. You may be surprised to learn that it is an organization that was created to regulate the industry and is private. Hopefully the explanation below will help you.
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.
In carrying out its mandate to promote increased safety and effectiveness, WETT Inc. maintains the Wood Energy Technical Training program (WETT). The program is
- provide training to those who offer wood energy products and installation and maintenance services to the public and to those who conduct inspections of wood burning systems,
- confirm and recognize the knowledge and skills acquired through field experience, self-study and successful completion of WETT courses by issuing certificates of qualification,
- provide training to specialty audiences as the need and demand arises.
The WETT system consists of several courses recognizing the various types of work done by wood energy professionals. Certification is achieved by completing courses to earn educational credits. A technical reference manual has been prepared to assist trainees in preparing for courses and as a reference manual for certificate holders.
WETT trained professionals must abide by a code of ethics requiring professionalism in all aspects of their work. The installation and maintenance of wood burning appliances is not regulated in Canada. As a non-profit training and educational association, WETT does not oversee, nor is it responsible for, the workmanship of its members. As such, WETT does not act as a regulator. WETT does maintain internal processes to address breaches of our code of ethics, however WETT cannot become involved in resolving consumer disputes.
Objectives of WETT
To develop, maintain, promote and deliver professional training courses within the framework of the Wood Energy Technical Training Program (WETT) for practitioners of trades related to the sale, installation, maintenance and inspection of systems using wood and other biomass fuels.
To maintain a registry containing the names of holders of valid WETT certificates and those who are students under the program.
To foster and promote among certificate holders the highest level of professional conduct in the delivery of services to the public.
To encourage and promote the safe and efficient use of wood energy through the distribution of public information materials and through collaboration with government agencies and related industries.
To foster and promote research and education in utilization of wood as a source of energy.
To promote the interests and activities of the members of the organization in a reasonable and legal manner.
To provide a forum for the discussion of issues of importance or interest to the members and to share information and opinions for the mutual benefit of the members.
To carry on such other activities as may, from time to time, be ordered by the Board of Directors of the organization and which are consistent with these objectives.
We are pleased to offer premium wood pellets. Oil and gas prices continue to rise making it increasingly expensive to heat your home traditionally. There is a way to heat your home without dependency on fossil fuels.
Wood Pellet Fuel, when burned in a pellet burning stove or fireplace insert, provides you with an excellent primary or secondary heat source. It's clean burning, made from renewable and recyclable energy and environmentally safe
The bags are 40# each. Brands may vary.
Chimney and Stove Pipe
SuperVent 2100 (JM) is an all-fuel chimney primarily used on Wood Stoves and other Solid Fuel applications. Sizes: 6”, 7”, 8". Insulation: 2"
This product is made by the Selkirk Corporation. We also stock the double wall black smoke pipe. Clearance to combustibles on the chimney is 2" and 6" on the black double wall pipe.
There are many parts and technicalities to this product. Our sales associates can help you with your selection. The Supervent Website has many great resources to help you along the way.