Making sure that your chimney is airtight is one thing, but working to insure that your roof does not leak because of the chimney installation process is an entirely different matter altogether. The Secure Temp All-Fuel Chimney Galvalume Roof Flashing with Storm Collar is designed to make sure that the only thing that passes through your roof is your chimney. Coming with a 6 inch diameter, you can feel confident that nothing will every leak into your attic for any reason.
Secure Temp All-Fuel Chimney Galvalume Roof Flashing with Storm Collar - 6 Inch Diameter
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I would recommend this item to a friend.
October 25, 2013
Easy to install for first time experience. Very happy with product.
By Colin Eastwood from United Kingdom on December 7, 2012
I intend to install a 5Kw wood stove in my lean-to conservatory; with regards to the flue pipe I am aware that I need triple wall and a chimney assembly with roof and collar flashing.
I would like to use conventional (single wall) stovepipe. In the connection to the fire and for about the first metre upwards, are triple and single wall pipes inter-connectable?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on December 7, 2012
Yes, you may use single-wall stovepipe up to the ceiling of the room where the stove is installed, and then a conversion to triple-wall Class A chimney pipe can be made. This would occur at a ceiling support box, which would also serve as the primary support for the chimney system.
By Alex from CT on September 6, 2013
What is the square size of the flashing A? And what is the actual diameter for the pipe?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 6, 2013
Per the manufacturer, the base of flashing A in the photo measures 20 inches by 24 inches. The actual O.D. of the Secure Temp chimney is 8 inches.