Do you have any details on how this Secure Temp All-Fuel chimney peak roof flashing with storm collar is installed? How is it attached to the roof? Do you face nail it to the roof?
By eFireplaceStore on December 24, 2015
While I do not have specific instructions from the manufacturer on how to attach this flashing, the installation will be like most other common roof flashings, save for the difference in the leading edge. While most installations call for both the leading and side edges of the flashing to be beneath the shingles, that is obviously not possible in this case. The shingles should be pulled far enough back to allow the flashing to side directly on the tar paper or roofing membrane. The flashing should be nailed into place with common roofing nails and the nail heads sealed. Shingles should then be installed so that they overlap the sides of the flashing from both sides. The trailing edges of both of the flashing ends should be atop the shingles and nailed down.
By Brian Nelson from Manila, Utah on December 9, 2016
If I used the chimney peak roof flashing, what would you use on the inside for a cathedral ceiling? (I added the only pic I have to show my ceiling)
By Brennan W. on December 9, 2016
You would use a cathedral ceiling support box.
Secure Temp All-Fuel Chimney Peak Roof Flashing with Storm Collar - 1/12 to 7/12 (
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Using this peak vent collar with super vent pipe
November 20, 2014
I would recommend this item to a friend.
I needed to run my pipe for wood stove through the peak of my roof or put a offset in it! This product work perfectly with my super vent 6" pipe I got from Lowes so I was able to make a stright run with my pipe