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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-15-2015, 10:03 PM Thread Starter
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Stove Pipe / Chimney Installation

Hi guys: I bought a wood stove and now need to set up a chimney. I am planning to go with a metal pre-fabricated type. It is going on the cabin pictured below. My intention is to run it through a wall thimble (left side facing cabin) and would like to extend it about 3'- 4' over to a tee beyond the overhang. I would prefer not to have to cut my roof.

I was wondering if anybody is familiar with a bracket that might extend far enough out to get beyond my eaves? Any help is appreciated.

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Well, when I had my coal stove it was hooked into an exterior stack that was double insulated stainless. The exterior support was a standard off the shelf affair that, although I do not recall the manufacture, is a standard fixture You should not have any problem finding one. As an aside; one thing I learned was that you should consider eliminating as many 90% angles relative to the stack hook up as possible. That is not to say that a straight stack from the stove is desirable, and probably is not. But a 45% can be a better option in terms of draft creation. Great pic, BTW......

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Thanks. That makes sense. I may try a 45 degree angle instead of a tee if I can find the parts. I have no clue if there is a bracket made that would alow me to support the chimney out past the overhang. I guess I need to find a specialty store and see what they have.
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tee on bottom for clean-out.must have!! you should only have 1 90 and 1 tee the rest should be straight up! wire can be used for support above the roof line, anchor at 3 sides to strenghen the chimney.

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If this is a permanent situation, you need to find a mason and have a proper chimney built.
Putting up stove pipe and venting through the wall or ceiling is a temporary fix, not a permanent solution.
I have seen all too many of these stove pipes that has overheated in the middle of winter, when the demand for heat increased, while the capacity of the stove pipe to handle the heat wasn't up to the job and the house burned or burned down. My family is all firemen / women.
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If this is a permanent situation, you need to find a mason and have a proper chimney built.
Putting up stove pipe and venting through the wall or ceiling is a temporary fix, not a permanent solution.
I have seen all too many of these stove pipes that has overheated in the middle of winter, when the demand for heat increased, while the capacity of the stove pipe to handle the heat wasn't up to the job and the house burned or burned down. My family is all firemen / women.

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Re: Stove Pipe / Chimney Installation

I'm not sure what you guys mean by permanent. It will be used for 2 weeks per winter but I'd prefer not to have to replace it.

Wouldn't a masonry chimney need a stovepipe through the wall too?
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A masonry chimney would have a flue liner/ thimble thru the wall and the stovepipe would go into it.....
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These guys will have what you need.

http://www.bowmansstove.com/

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Re: Stove Pipe / Chimney Installation

Thanks guys. I'm confused. A metalbestos chimney woul be set up with a thimble too. Am I missing something?
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