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!
Gorden Denluck: where did you buy the parts from?
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
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?
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?
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
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
nekrobillyhenry666: lookin good!
mrEnergy511: Save some money and reduce to 6" the parts are more available and cheeper!
I can sell you what you need and ship it to you. I have paypal they offer
some very nice buyer protection. call me 801-960-6484 mon- fri 9-5 Matt
GZRGXR: Hi Matt, I'm getting ready to install a Metalbestos 8T-Twk Thru-Wall
Support Kit (TWK) and the instructions for my kit shows the wall support
bracket with the triangles pointing down "like a shelf bracket would" in
your video you have the triangle pointing up, is that because you are using
a different kit?
mrEnergy511: Sorry dude you are wrong! Galvanized metal is for outdoor use!!! 2100
degree class 'A' chimney pipe is made to be exposed to the elements.
mrEnergy511: What you will want to do is build a "Heat Sheild Wall". To do this you will
need to have an air space between your Cumbustable wall and your Heat
Sheild Wall. Start with Metal Studs by screwing them to the Cumbustable
wall Verticaly with the flat side out. You will need some long screws! Next
just install cement board over the studs alowing for air flow 1" top and
bottom with studs vertical. This will give you 1 1/2" of air flow space
between the two walls. I need to make a video on Heat sheild!
mrEnergy511: If your installing a Chimney Pipe through a Brick Wall you will do the same
thing only use a grinder with a diamond blade. You could also use a
circular saw with a diamond blade or an abbrasive blade. Brick is
non-conbustable so there are no clearence issues. Are you planing to pipe
into an existing Chimney? Or is it just a brick wall?
Azim Ali: Great stufff***********
Mike T: I want to install the same type of wood stove but in my basement. Rather
than shoot up through two floors and a roof...I am thinking about shooting
to outside through the basement wall then straight up the side of the
house. As in this video, I will run into the roof eve. Can I elbow around
it? As long as I use good bracing?
JTB1956: You'd do best to stay with the smoke outlet size of 7" , or upsize it to
8". There isn't much 7" chimney around anymore..but I installed a good bit
of it back in the '80's and early '90's. It may be tempting to downsize it
to 6" for cost and availablity, but doing so is a No-No unless your stove
installation instructions allow it. If you're still not sure of your
project get some help. It ain't brain surgery but there IS a learning curve.
mrEnergy511: Good stuff! That will work
mrEnergy511: Thanks for watching my video and for your kind words! I install Wood Stoves
and Fireplaces every day.
Tim Richardson: I love your videos! You always explain everthing in detail, that is much
appreciated! I have a question, I am lookinng to install an All nighter
wood stove, with the 6 inch rear flue, do I have to buiild a wall
''hearth'', or just a floor hearth? The stove says it needs to be away 36
inches from any combustables, but I can't have the stove sticking out into
the middle of the room, what materials would you suggest that I use for the
wall behind the stove? Thank you very much!
mrEnergy511: Cool Man! Thanks for the comment. You may be able to find a Wood Stove used
for a few hundred bucks and save a lot of work and money! Unless you have
the time and some materials lying around to build it. Then I would have to
say go for it!
mrEnergy511: 20 years installing wood stoves and fireplaces! I'm sorry to let you know
you were misinformed. You look like an artist and I am a contractor who is
lisensed to install Class 'A' chimney pipe. Why do you think they GALVANIZE
chain link fence. To hold up to the weather! I think you should stick to
what you know like playing that ther gitar! Next time you get FREE advice
ask more than one person! I have layed a lot of pipe my friend and I'm sure
you have done a lot of stroking of your instrument!
bgoodd: Do you have a video of installing one through brick?
ozan gurkan zeytun: I wonder smthg about the support.How can ıt carry the vertical load on it.
what about the thickness of the support plate ?
mrEnergy511: elbow around the eve... $200 for a pair of elbows is a good amount of money
to spend if you don't need to!
mrEnergy511: NO WAY! 7" is old school!!! most all EPA wood stoves are 6" and thats is
the way to go. 20 years of installing and when I started 7" was going out.
2013 bro get rid of your mullet! 6" is all you need for a wood stove with a
6 inch collar...
Luigi Rizzo: What is your opinion of the Duraplus triple wall system they sell at Home
Depot? Any good for a Morso 6148 wood stove.
jjs777fzr: I believe you are incorrect - sounds like you stated you 'could' use elbows
on the exterior. As fingers967 stated - the install manual states it is not
approved for exterior applications. Since the building inspector/fire
inspection relies in part on the install guide of the product you used and
NFPA211 - it would simply not pass inspection. I'm not saying I wouldnt do
it...but it is technically against the manufacturer install manual and
therefore not acceptable during a diligent inspection.
Matthew LaRusso: Wondering where you purchase your Metal-Fab parts from. I am installing an
Elmira stove that has 7 inch chimney top port. I have a 7 inch ID metal fab
type A T and a few pieces of type A pipe. Looking for the wall thimble ,
short wall pipe, and a few long pipes for outside. I seen some on Amazon
and went to the metal-fab website. Very confusing... Also looking for the
wall mount triangle support and wall supports... any help would be
appreciated... Thanks Matthew...
frankthetank481: very informative video. I've been toying with the idea of building a wood
stove for my garag/shop. I'm glad I watched this video.
JTB1956: Yeah...but didn't that fellow write that the "top port" of his stove is
seven inch? I don't downsize a chimney unless the stove mfr. says it's OK.
(and I wouldn't do it then anyway).
cadmanwells: According to UK Building Regs this installation wouldn't comply as any
horizontal length of flue has to be no longer than the internal diameter of
the flue ie/ 6 inches. So if you happen to be looking at this in Great
Britain your flue pipe exits through the wall at 45 degrees into a 135
degree tee piece on the outside of the wall.Also the heatproof area of wall
behind the wall varies according to the type of stove but usually requires
70mm of non combustible material.
mrEnergy511: Yes you can! A pair of elbows will cost you about $200. A roof flashing
will cost $30 or $40.
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