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NCH is now a Reliable Controls Authorized Dealer

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Make sure you have enough chimney

A rule of thumb for determining how much chimney you need for proper woodstove performance is…

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Veissmann Vitocrossal Installation

Commercial replacement of two existing boilers with new Veissmann

Veissmann Vitocrossal Installation

Frequently Asked QUESTIONS

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Do I need to have a WETT inspection on my wood appliance?

It is not mandatory to have an inspection done. However, your Insurance carrier will require an inspection upon renewal of your policy

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What does it mean to have a “Certified” appliance

A certified appliance refers to a designation affixed to the appliance by means of a a label. This label is provided by the company that has "certified" the appliance in terms of function and clearance to combustible materials. It is not a CSA sticker! The label will refer to the Authority that has performed the certification as well as the clearances (front, back and sides) as determined in the process and any other relevant information as pertains to the appliance. If the label is not present the unit is deemed "uncertified" and therefore not in compliance with the requirement for most Insurance carriers