By Kelly from WA on October 26, 2014
What are the outside dimensions of this flashing?
By eFireplaceStore on October 28, 2014
Answer:Per the manufacturer, this flashing is 21 1/2 inches wide and 23 7/8 inches long.
By George from Phillips, WI on July 9, 2013
We are installing a standing seam metal roof on our cabin in northern Wisconsin, with a 8 inch stainless chimney (10 in OD.) . Which flashing do we need?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on July 9, 2013
You can use this rubber boot flashing kit, or a dead-soft aluminum flashing such as this DuraTech All-Fuel DSA Roof Flashing
; that one will work for pitches between 0/12 and 6/12.
By RK from Butte, MT on September 1, 2013
What screws are right to secure rubber flashing?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 3, 2013
Answer:This kit will include special hex head sheet metal screws that will be needed to attach the flashing. They do not have the serrations that most screw heads will have, which will prevent them from biting into the flashing band.
By Randy from IN on June 29, 2016
in the reviews for this item it said you have to purchase a additional kit for the standard metal flashing but it does not say what that kit is. Can you tell me what that is?
By Chris C. on June 30, 2016
If a standard metal flashing is being used on a metal roof instead of the rubber boot flashing, the correct kit to be purchased is the Selkirk All-Fuel Chimney Universal Metal Roof Flashing Kit
. The rubber boot flashing kit and the universal metal roof flashing kit are designed to be used independently of one another.
By Randy from IN on July 21, 2016
Are the measurments for the inside diameter or the outside diameter? I have an 8" inside diameter chimney and want to make sure this will work.
By Will M. on July 22, 2016
Answer:This is made for use with common class A chimney diameters between 5" and 8". Common solid-pack class A chimney will have 1" insulation between the inner and outer wall and the listed diameter will always refer to the inner diameter, meaning this flashing kit will accommodate outer diameters from 7" to 10".
By Tony from PA on January 25, 2015
Does this flashing kit require a storm collar or does the tight rubber eliminate that need?
By Brennan W. on January 26, 2015
Answer:The Selkirk All Fuel Rubber Boot Flashing Kit comes with a storm collar.
By Jeff from KY on November 2, 2014
I am putting a wood stove into a pole barn with a metal roof. What all would I need for the chimney system?
By Tyler M. on November 3, 2014
By John from Amelia, OH on November 14, 2014
I have a wood burning stove in my barn. I used the Selkirk wall thimble to go through the corrugated metal wall of my barn. I'm also using the Selkirk SuperPro vent piping. The wall thimble doesn't lay flat against the outside corrugated metal wall. This is just a single corrugated metal wall, nothing else close to where the hole goes outside. Using the thimble seems to be overkill since there isn't an interior wall such as drywall or plywood even if I create a flashing for the top of the thimble the sides are open. Also, the hole the vent pipe sticks through in the thimble doesn't seal and rain dribbles inwards. Can I just get rid of the thimble and use this Selkirk All-Fuel Chimney Universal Rubber Boot Flashing Kit?
By eFireplaceStore on November 17, 2014
Answer:The thimble is not ideal for passing through a single wall of corrugated steel, as you have discovered. You can certainly use the rubber boot flashing for a horizontal installation such as this. Another option is to not use any type of flashing at all, if the hole was cleanly cut. With a clean hole cut through the wall, the pipe could be passed through and sealed with roofing mastic.
By Nick from Alex City, AL on October 20, 2013
My stove pipe has a 9 inch outside diameter. Where can I get a flashing like the rubber boot above that will fit my chimney?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 21, 2013
Answer:This rubber boot flashing can be used for your application, as the flashing can be used for pipes that have between a 5 to 8 inch I.D. and 7 to 10 inch O.D.
By Sean from Western, NY on January 5, 2015
Is this flashing safe for wood stove use when using the double wall, stainless steel stove pipe?
By Tyler M. on January 6, 2015
Answer:Yes, this rubber boot flashing was designed for use with class A stainless steel insulated chimney pipe. It can be used for pipes that have between a 5 to 8 inch inside diameter and an 7 to 10 inch outside diameter.