Ben Dover: I am no carpenter, but even i know this is a poor job. what bothers me the most is you put the chimney in pretty well touching that wire. i hope that is your house and not someone who paid for this poor craftsmanship.
John s: your work looks like dog crap...i know because i work for a living and im good at what i do.. if you installed this for a customer they dont have a clue what their lookin at.. have a nice day
Bob: Is an electrical line ok in the thimble cavity?
David Price: How large are the tiles you used for the hearth?
koko3052: installation vids that are not to code should be REMOVED! Clearances wrong...flue from stove upside down...blah, blah, blah!
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.
Turner Distributors: why go through the eve? could you not come out far enough away from the house to avoid that?
Matt Zimmerman: Do you have an image of the thimble being placed? You cut that out of the video. I am wondering if you just dropped it in through the siding/wrap/wall with no flashing whatsoever. That is a huge water leak waiting to happen.
Chris Schinning: It looks like the interior flue pipe is upside down (female flange on top)
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!
Brian Perendy: just the wall studs for the weight. wow.
dennis bailey: from the ridge of the house..... chimney should be 3 feet above.......draw a horizontal line from the ridge and top of chimney should be 3 feet above that point....maybe it's diff today but that's how it used to be
dennis bailey: Two feet to go???at bottom of eaves....suppose to be three feet above the ridge on a level plane to avoid down draft....
E Cole: This guy is going to burn this house DOWN! He has chimney touching a combustibles!!! You need a wall thimble for your pass through. This hearth doesnt meet code! Your clearance to combustibles are way off. The #'s he states are even wrong. You need those bands every 8ft not 10, clearance is 2in, not one.
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