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    SuperPro All-Fuel Steep-Pitch Roof Flashing with Storm Collar - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter

    80.95
    List Price: $99.99
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    • Protects chimney pipes vented through roof*
    • Durable galvalume construction
    • For use with 6" SuperPro chimney pipes
    • Suitable for roofs with pitches between 6/12 and 12/12
    • Includes storm collar
    • Limited lifetime warranty
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    Product Details
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    Manufacturer: Selkirk
    Part Number: JSC6AF2
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-77667

    Features

    • Protects chimney pipes vented through roof*
    • Durable galvalume construction
    • For use with 6" SuperPro chimney pipes
    • Suitable for roofs with pitches between 6/12 and 12/12
    • Includes storm collar
    • Limited lifetime warranty
    Making sure that your chimney does not leak is one thing, but working to make sure that your roof does not leak at the point that your chimney passes through the roof is a whole different issue. With the SuperPro All-Fuel Steep-Pitch Roof Flashing with Storm Collar, you have a device that has been manufactured for Chimney Pipes with a 6 inch inner diameter and will properly seal off your fireplace termination so that every aspect of your chimney installation can be labelled a success.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Jason from CO on July 31, 2013
    I am re-installing a wood stove and need to replace the roof flashing. The pipe is 6" ID and 8" OD. Do I need to purchase a 6" flashing or an 8"? Also, do you recommend one brand of flashing over another that may have a better universal fit?

    By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on July 31, 2013

    Answer:
    Most of our roof flashings are listed with the pipe's inner diameter. So this SuperPro flashing will indeed work for your 8" outer diameter pipe.

    By Don from Burney. CA on December 25, 2013
    My wood stove has a little downdraft issue. I noticed creosote is coming out from under the collar of a steep pitch roof flashing. Could this be a part of the downdraft problems and would clogged vents under the collar be the problem?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 26, 2013

    Answer:
    Unless smoke is somehow being forced downward towards the collar, creosote should not be leaking from beneath the storm collar or flashing. The Class A piping is designed to be completely sealed at each joint and leakage should not occur at any point along the way. If there appears to be no buildup above the flashing or collar, it would be prudent to check the pipe joints near the flashing to make sure they are not leaking.

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