By David from Washington, DC on August 18, 2016
What are the installation requirements if this comes within a wall, can the double wall pipe touch the drywall or is there a minimal clearance required?
By eFireplaceStore on August 19, 2016
Answer:Double walled stovepipe requires a 6 inch clearance to combustibles and cannot be concealed within a wall or ceiling. You must convert to the appropriate Class A chimney system before passing through a combustible wall or ceiling.
By Rick from Seattle, WA on March 2, 2016
Is all black double wall pipe interchangeable?
By Brennan W. on March 2, 2016
Answer:Black double wall pipe is not all interchangeable, as certain brands lock into each other in certain ways.
By Jesse from Blue Ridge, VA on October 13, 2015
Are there any double wall stove pipe elbows that are 30 degrees?
By Will M. on October 13, 2015
Answer:Elbows for double wall stovepipe will only be available in 45 and 90 degrees.
By Lance from Sutter Creek, CA on January 28, 2016
Could someone help me with the ordering of the correct Selkirk double wall 8" stove pipe accessories for a woodburning stove?
By Chris C. on January 28, 2016
For the most accurate chimney quote, please visit our Chimney Pipe Design & Quote Form
. With all information completed in this form, we can provide a quote for the necessary components to complete the installation of your wood stove.
By Mike from Sanford, CO on February 8, 2016
Can I drill two holes in the double wall stove pipe in order to put in a damper?
By Will M. on February 9, 2016
By Gloria from Springfield, MO on October 13, 2014
My older stove is currently connected to a ceiling chimney box by a 8" single wall pipe. I am getting a new stove requiring a 6" pipe. I want to go with a Selkirk DSP 6" Pipe to an 8" ceiling box. What do I use to transition from a 6" DSP pipe to an 8" ceiling box?
By eFireplaceStore on October 14, 2014
By Chris from Lothian, Maryland on January 21, 2014
I need to pipe my 6" woodstove outlet to my 8" chimney outlet. I need to use double lined pipe because as you see from the picture, the ceiling is only 9" from the top of the chimney opening. What do I use to attach stove pipe to a tara cotta opening in the chimney?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 21, 2014