By Buford from Chattanooga,TN on January 7, 2016
I've purchased a Superior Model WRT3036RSI Fireplace. The specifications call for 8DM double wall pipe with a 1 inch clearance to combustibles. From what I'm reading on your site 8DM double wall pipe requires a 2 inch clearance. Can you tell me why the difference?
By Will M. on January 8, 2016
Answer:The 1" clearance requirements are the manufacturer's tested and limited minimum clearances while the 2" minimum clearance requirement will adhere to the NFPA 211 accepted 2" minimum clearances for UL 103 chimney to combustible materials. The firestops designed by the manufacturer for this chimney, however, will have dimensions that will provide a 2" clearance to combustibles when passing through floors/ceilings to adhere to the national standard. Most local municipalities will adhere to this standard. It is always better to adhere to the national standard, when in doubt.
By Joseph from Georgia on December 12, 2016
Does this kit work with Superior WCT2042Ws fire place?
By Tyler M. on December 12, 2016
Answer:Yes. Please let me know if you need a complete quote for this vent kit (with the appropriate length per your application) and the WCT2042WS fireplace. If so, please advise on any optional accessories you'd like with the fireplace, such as glass doors, the blower and/or the outside air kit. You may reply to this email or call me (Tyler) at 901-786-6861 to discuss. I will look forward to your response.
By Bill from Groesbeck, TX on December 29, 2014
Will this work for a FMI CWC42C fireplace?
By Tyler M. on December 29, 2014
Answer:Yes, the 8DM chimney pipe included in this kit is indeed compatible with your FMI CWC42C woodburning fireplace. It is a double-wall pipe with an 8" inside diameter and a 12 3/8" outside diameter.
By Mario from NH on July 7, 2016
I have a Superior 36" wood burning fireplace that I wish to re-install in my new family room. Can I purchase new flue piping for it if I give you the overall dimensions of the interior chase?
By Chris C. on July 7, 2016
By Mike from Greenwood, SC on August 31, 2015
In measuring for vent pipe, do I start at the top of the fireplace and go to the top of the chase or do I measure differently?
By Will M. on September 1, 2015
Answer:If you have a fireplace manufactured by FMI/Vantage Hearth/Desa/Superior that uses the venting in question, you would measure from the top of the fireplace. For new installations, you would normally measure from the floor to the top of the chase pan flashing and then subtract the listed height of the firebox.