If you are looking for information on wood burning you’re come to the right place to start. As the topic is very broad, we’ve attempted to provide you with some very good links to learn more depending on what area of the topic you’re interested in.
Videos about cutting, stacking and seasoning fire wood
General information about wood burning appliances and common issues
General information about WETT inspections
General information about chimney sweeping
Government publication entitled “A Guide To Residential Wood Heating”. This publication was originally put out by the Canadian government in 1993 but has been updated since then. It contains a lot of useful information about the installation of wood burning appliances and chimneys as well as tips on how to properly store and season fire wood.
Fuelwood, the Environment and the 21st Century – a publication by the Ontario Woodlot Association in 2009. A good all-round publication containing lots of information about wood burning from an environmental angle.
Wood Energy Technology Transfer Inc. is a non-profit training and education association managed by a volunteer Board of Directors elected by holders of valid WETT certificates.
Wood Heat Organization Inc., a nonprofit, nongovernmental agency dedicated to the responsible use of wood as a home heating fuel.
The Pellet Fuels Institute is a non-profit association that serves the pellet industry, which is comprised of pellet mills, pellet appliance manufacturers and industry suppliers. The Institute is active in educating consumers about the convenience and practicality of using wood pellet fuel in both residential and commercial applications.