Security Chimneys

News / Press Releases

Announcing Your New Source for Security Chimneys Products in Southern California

March, 2021

WETT names winner of 2020 DuraVent / Security Chimneys Training Bursary

February, 2021

Literature Ordering Update

October, 2020

Coronavirus COVID-19 update

April 2, 2020

All of us at DuraVent and Security Chimneys hope you, your families and your co-workers are remaining safe and healthy during these extraordinary times we are experiencing.  As an essential business, we continue to support the needs of our customers, but our primary focus remains the safety and well-being of our employees and their families.

Coronavirus COVID-19 update

March 24, 2020

During the past several days, we have seen significant measures implemented by states and provinces throughout the United States and Canada to help slow and contain the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. 

What is a “CONTINUOUS” liner?

June 25, 2020                                                                                                                                                                                                Our Western Regional Sales Manager, Dalton Hooker, writes about “Continuous” Liner for WETT FireWire 

Coronavirus COVID-19

March 16, 2020

The COVID-19 Coronavirus has impacted our world significantly in the past several days. please read about the steps DuraVent/Security Chimney is taking to ensure our employees, their families, our supply chain partners and customers remain healthy and safe.

Announcing New Partnership: DuraVent®/ Security Chimneys® and Wood Energy Technology Transfer Inc.

January 2, 2020                                                                                                                                                                                            New Bursaries to Create WETT Training Opportunities for Rural Canadians. Laval, Quebec

Travel Bursary Opportunity

December 16, 2019                                                                                                                                                                                          The expense of travel and/or accommodation to attend WETT training courses can be a substantial financial barrier for people who live in Canada’s rural and remote regions