Mike Man: nice triple wall with a dent right in front.
Stone Rinaldi: nice.
volvosan: How the heck did you end up installing the wall support gussets upside down? They should be below the cleanout, so your lag screws are not penetrating the firestop. That being said, your video was instructional and entertaining at the same time - got a ton of views. Thanks.
Quentin Karamitsos: thanks for uploading this
AC engineer: Should work
Jason Boyd: so you're here to just hate on somebody and their work. yeah typical michigan boy trolling.
naturalbornhazer: why go through the eve? could you not come out far enough away from the house to avoid that?
Mathieu Khoury: HI, I have the exact same installation and i get cold air coming in and some water drops. I suspect ice and/or condensation is forming between the dual walls of the outside chimney. Is it possible? Will scealling the joints of the chimney with caulking do the job? Thanks for relying. Cheers!
dirtTdude: how much did all that triple wall pipe cost? my budget for woodstove installation in my workshop is only 40 dollars... its a pole building made out of non combustible material...
DmeshOnPS3: estimated cost of supplies? besides the wood stove. also, how much was the wood stove? lol. what would you charge for labor? i want to have that done , oil is too expensive!
Gary Bottger: If you have a porch roof on the front of your house, can you vent it out that way or does it need to be ran all the way up to the main roof? Using 2 45% angles I can get 10 foot out from the main house going up through the porch roof.
Aj A.: Thanks for the good info. I have a question regarding the max elbows you can use with a pipe, also can i run some of the pipe in 45 degrees angle? Thanks.
woody1977321: I know this material is marketed for this purpose but that's some weak ass stuff - I prefer heavy duty - like some good schedule 40 metal pipe!
woody1977321: That wire is way to close to your heat source!
Karen Harvey: the hole that goes through the wall does it have to be bigger or would the pipe fit snug in hole. We got the dural vent triple through the wall kit and on the inside black stove pipe
mrjrtolkien: Can you please give a rough estimate of the cost for the piping etc?
mrEnergy511: You must have proper clearance from your pipe to a combustable wall. 12 to 18 inches for single wall black stove pipe. 6" for dbl wall
Bob Valdez: Thank you for that helpful info. I'm also ready to install a woodstove and my question is it better to install woodstove pipe straight to the wall vs up the stove then 90degree turn toward the wall. Concern about the effectiveness of the draft
Wood Stove through wall Chimney Pipe Installation Howto5
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