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    Chimney Pipes and Liners

    Is it time to replace your chimney pipe or liner? At eFireplaceStore, we have great options for both indoor and outdoor fireplaces that will ensure it is running safely and efficiently! The Interior Wall Venting Kit for 8DM FMI/Superior Chimney Pipe Systems is one of our best selling chimney pipe kits. All of our pipes feature the snap-lock design, making installation simple. Or, if you're looking for a new chimney liner, we also have the Simpson DuraLiner Chimney Liner, which can be used with all fuel types! Improve the longevity of your fireplace today with these quality flue pipes and chimney accessories.
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    34 Questions & 35 Answers
    Ron Brock
    from Oroville,CA asked:
    February 2, 2018
    How do i get an airtight seal from my insert to chimney without installing pipe all the way up the existing brick chimney?
    1 Answer
    For an insert to work at optimal efficiency, you would need to run the liner all the way to the top. That is also the only way you can have a sealed collar plate with rain cap at the top of chimney.
    Kelsey C.
    on February 5, 2018

    James B
    from Mobile AL asked:
    January 27, 2018
    what 30 degree angle is made for sk83 majestic flue?
    1 Answer
    This elbow set is offered here.
    Will M.
    on January 29, 2018

    from Louisville, KY asked:
    August 7, 2017
    I have a Majestic brand wood fireplace insert with an 8 inch prefab pipe chimney. Is it possible to line this with a 7 inch SS flexible liner and attach it to the existing fireplace with a bottom plate?
    1 Answer
    You can not and still maintain its UL listing. Pre-fab fireplace such as yours are tested along with the chimney to UL 127 and can not utilize a chimney liner (UL1777). Those liners are for general use or for stoves or inserts. In your case, the fireplace and the chimney system are considered all the same unit.
    on August 8, 2017

    from Cedar Lake, IN asked:
    April 6, 2017
    I am looking for double-wall chimney pipe for a 48" Majestic wood burning fireplace. This unit is about 25 years old. The old chimney measures 8" inner SS, 12.5" - 13" outer galvanized, longest pieces possible. I lost the top 12 ft or so of my chimney to a storm. Do you carry this product?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, this chimney system has been discontinued and we do not have any remaining stock.
    Will M.
    on April 7, 2017

    from NJ asked:
    March 25, 2017
    I have an unlined masonry chimney for our open wood burning fireplace. What stainless steel liner would be recommended so that I do not have to rebuild the chimney to install clay tiles? Thank you.
    1 Answer
    Please note that proper relining will require removal of any broken flue tile. Once removed, the inner brick measurements would need to be provided in addition to the width and height of the fireplace opening and overall height of the chimney, measured from the hearth floor. You will also need to insulate the flexible chimney liner using a product like TherMix or one of the other insulation kits we offer.
    Will M.
    on March 27, 2017

    Garth Young
    from California asked:
    January 2, 2017
    I am looking for a (4) 12" triple wall chimney pipes. The inside dimension of the pipe is 10" and the outside dimension is 15". I also need 4 storm collars and 4 caps.
    1 Answer
    I believe you are referring to Class "A" chimney. Is that correct?
    on January 2, 2017

    from Red Springs, NC asked:
    December 15, 2016
    I have an old brick home. It had a wall opening for a wood stove. My woodstove flue is 8". Can I use a stainless steel flex pipe kit? If not, what is a cheap alternative to vent my woodstove?
    1 Answer
    You could indeed use stainless steel flex vent for your stove, provided you have a masonry chimney that the liner will be running through. If this is the case, please provide the height from the top of the stove to the top of the chimney, and I will be happy to suggest a liner kit.
    Brennan W.
    on December 16, 2016

    from La Grange, TX asked:
    November 1, 2016
    What type of pipe is required for a Yulkon Stove? I would like to use a 3" pipe. Your help would be appreciated.
    1 Answer
    I am unfamiliar with this brand of stove, but I was able to locate a "Yukon" brand of portable camping stoves. If this is the case, I do not see where these stoves can use 3" stovepipe. Additionally, we do not have access to stovepipe smaller than 5" in diameter.
    Will M.
    on November 1, 2016

    from NC asked:
    September 30, 2016
    i have a freestanding wood stove that we need a chimney for. and we would like it to go straight up through the ceiling and through the attic space to the roof. What materials do I need?
    1 Answer
    We would be happy to build a comprehensive quote for all components needed. In order to do so, please complete our Chimney Pipe Design & Quote Form.
    Chris C.
    on September 30, 2016

    from Tyler, TX asked:
    June 8, 2016
    I have a wood burning stove that had a brick chimney. The brick chimney was falling down so I had it demoed. I would like to back with an insulated stove pipe that I can build siding around. I can add pics if need be. However, I think I could just give the measurements to a professional and order the parts I need. Can you help me?
    1 Answer
    With the brick chimney no longer in place, the use of a prefabricated chimney system would be ideal. In order for us to create a comprehensive list of components, and to build a quote, please fill out our Chimney Pipe Design & Quote Form.
    Chris C.
    on June 9, 2016

    from Charlotte, NC asked:
    May 15, 2016
    Is there something that can be fitted to the square terracotta chimney of an outdoor fireplace that will extend the height? The smoke from my neighbors fires blows directly into my open windows, so I'm thinking higher might help.
    1 Answer
    A product such as the Gelco Stainless Steel 8 in. x 13 in. Base 2 Foot Flue Stretcher is designed for this very purpose. We offer several different sizes, based on the needs of the chimney.
    on May 16, 2016

    from Harrisonburg, VA asked:
    March 3, 2016
    Our builder suggests using double walled stainless steel pipes for the direct-vent propane fireplace in our new house. What do you recommend? It is a Green Smart 2, model 864TRV by Fireplacextrordinair.
    1 Answer
    That is correct, you will indeed need to utilize double wall direct vent pipe. From what I can tell in the manual for your unit, it appears the fireplace can utilize Dura-Vent Direct Vent Pro pipe. Below, please find a form that can be filled out for the request of a custom chimney quote: Chimney Quote Form
    Brennan W.
    on March 4, 2016

    from Cincinnati, OH asked:
    January 22, 2016
    is Monessen Class A Chimney Pipe compatible with DuraVent chimney pipe?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, no. The manufacturers do not use the same configuration for their attachment hems and lances. As such, only components from the same brand will work with one another.
    on January 25, 2016

    from DE asked:
    January 5, 2016
    I need a 8" x 13" vent pipe for a Temco TLC36. I'm looking for a 4 foot length and a 30 degree elbow for this wood burning unit. Do you have this?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, the chimney for this fireplace is no longer available.
    Will M.
    on January 5, 2016

    from NJ asked:
    January 4, 2016
    I'm trying to locate a wall flange with 9" ID. Do you carry these?
    1 Answer
    If you are looking for a thimble, the SuperVent All-Fuel Chimney Pipe Wall Thimble with Trim Collar - 7 Inch Diameter has an opening just over 9".
    Will M.
    on January 5, 2016

    from Machias, NY asked:
    November 25, 2015
    I need a 4 inch diameter steel round stove pipe cleaning brush. Do you carry these?
    1 Answer
    If you have stovepipe that needs cleaning, using a steel brush will scratch the interior walls and damage the pipe. It is recommended to use plastic or poly brushes for manufactured chimney or stovepipe as this will not scratch the steel inner walls. In addition, it is a general rule of thumb to oversize the brush by 1", so the Schaefer Plastic Round Chimney Cleaning Brush would be a good option as several sizes are available. If you do not see your size, it is recommended to cut the bristles down to the appropriate diameter. If you must have a wire brush, this is available here.
    Will M.
    on November 25, 2015

    from Haverhill, NH asked:
    October 11, 2015
    We are reconstructing an old chimney and are building the blocks with a flue that measures 8 x 12 inches. For the last 10 feet of pipe, we have metal bestos pipe with 6 inch inner diameter. Is there a converting piece that will connect the flue to the stove pipe?
    1 Answer
    If the Metalbest pipe you are referring to has a 6 inch inner diameter and 8 inch outer diameter, you can use the MetalBest Ultra-Temp 6 Inch Diameter Chimney Pipe Anchor Plate to anchor the pipe to the chimney crown and make the adaptation.
    on October 12, 2015

    from Fort Worth, TX asked:
    December 15, 2014
    I purchased a wood fireplace model B42 from you. Do I need single wall or double wall pipe?
    1 Answer
    The B42 utilizes a double walled, air cooled chimney pipe. The product line is the FMI/Superior 8DM chimney system. The products can be seen here. You will need to use the option bar on the left of the screen to narrow your search to the 8 inch size needed.
    on December 16, 2014

    from St. Charles, MO asked:
    December 14, 2014
    I have a Majestic insert fireplace model MBUC42 that currently has gas logs. Can I remove it and burn wood?
    1 Answer
    You can indeed. The MBUC42 is a wood burning model with provisions for a gas line. Before beginning to burn wood, I recommend having the chimney inspected by a chimney sweep to ensure it does not need to be cleaned prior to use as a wood burning model again.
    on December 15, 2014

    from Congers, NY asked:
    December 7, 2014
    What are the chimney requirements for the Plantation wood burning fireplace?
    1 Answer
    The Plantation must utilize the FMI/Superior 12DM chimney system to be vented properly. The unit must also have a minimum chimney height of 16 feet, when measured from the base of the unit to the termination. Installation guidelines and clearances will be covered in further detail in the owner's manual.
    on December 8, 2014

    from Westchester, NY asked:
    October 25, 2014
    I have a Montigo peninsula fireplace that has an exposed 8 inch vent pipe that I would like to cover in a more attractive smooth metal sheath of some sort. What would you suggest?
    1 Answer
    My best suggestion is to use a larger stovepipe that can be fitted over the existing pipe to conceal it. This would require partial disassembly of the vent pipe in order to slide the larger stovepipe into position.
    on October 27, 2014

    from Leavenworth, ID asked:
    October 9, 2014
    I need some information about venting a wood burning stove through a wood frame house wall with vinyl siding with 6 inches of outlet from the stove. What do I need to know?
    1 Answer
    This type of installation will use a combination of single or double wall stovepipe and double or triple wall chimney pipe. Most commonly, black stovepipe will be run at least 12 inches off of the top of the stove before making a 90 degree turn to run horizontally toward the wall. The 12 inch height is the minimum, but additional height is always better. More height in the home will help the stove to establish proper draft and will cut down on the amount of chimney pipe you must use outside. Single wall stovepipe requires 18 inches of clearance to combustibles and is galvanized steel. Double wall stovepipe requires only 6 inches of clearance. While it is more expensive, the double walled pipe has a stainless steel inner wall and usually does not require replacement. As you near the wall, the stovepipe will use an adapter to convert to chimney pipe. A section of chimney pipe will then pass horizontally through the wall, using a thimble. Outside, you will need to install a chimney tee and tee support to direct the chimney pipe vertically along the side of the home. The chimney pipe must extend far enough above the roof to clear any obstructions or adjacent parts of the roof by 10 feet.
    on October 10, 2014

    from NJ asked:
    October 3, 2014
    I currently have a gas fireplace and want to replace it with a wood burning stove. Do they use the same type of flue pipe?
    1 Answer
    They do not. Gas fireplaces will usually utilize a galvanized steel and aluminum vent pipe, while wood stoves will use a galvanized steel stovepipe in the room and then convert to double or triple wall stainless steel chimney. The caustic flue gases from a wood burning stove will degrade the aluminum piping used for a gas fireplace.
    on October 6, 2014

    from Shingle Springs, CA asked:
    October 3, 2014
    I recently purchased a Harmon Accentra pellet insert. I plan on running a 4 inch SS flexpipe down my existing brick chimney. Do i need to insulate the flex pipe?
    1 Answer
    Because pellet stoves rely on a combustion blower to initiate positive pressure in the liner, you will not need to use insulation. Unlike a wood insert, the flue gases do not have to be kept warm to maintain draft. The combustion blower will continue to push combustion byproducts, no matter how cold the air around the liner is.
    on October 3, 2014

    from Langhorne, PA asked:
    September 26, 2014
    I just purchased a pre-owned LOPI model FL wood burning insert. Do you sell a modification kit to connect a chimney liner kit to it? The opening in the pictures is 8 inches. I need a 6 inch liner for the chimney.
    1 Answer
    Because this is an older, pre-EPA insert, it was not designed with a direct connection to be made to the flue collar. The design required the insert to be installed into a masonry fireplace with a chimney liner that was already sized to the collar on the insert. The design of the damper and damper control rod makes it effectively impossible to install a collar or insert boot on the top of the appliance.
    on September 29, 2014

    from Atlanta, GA asked:
    September 16, 2014
    I have a wood burning stove that I want to put in my masonry fireplace. Do I need a stove pipe or can I just let it burn?
    1 Answer
    To guarantee that you do not have any drafting issues, I recommend running a short piece of stovepipe or flexible liner up through the damper area of the fireplace and into the smoke chamber. This will help to establish draft and prevent any problems with smoke pooling, especially of the unit is burned on a low setting.
    on September 16, 2014

    from Lake Tahoe asked:
    February 7, 2014
    What is the most economical way to vent a top vent wood stove insert up a masonry chimney?
    1 Answer
    By far the most cost effective solution is a 304 grade stainless steel flex liner. We offer several kits of varying length for this application. An example is the DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 25 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner. This will include the adapter to connect the liner to the stove, as well as the support plate and cap.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 7, 2014

    from Northeast Texas asked:
    January 10, 2014
    I was given a Timberwolf 2100 as a Christmas gift. I am unsure of which chimney product is best for this stove. Can you give me a recommendation?
    1 Answer
    We recommend the DuraVent stovepipe and chimney pipe system. You can use DuraBlack pipe for a single-wall stovepipe installation in the room with the stove, then transition to double-wall insulated DuraTech class A chimney pipe. Or, if you prefer, you can use double-wall DVL black stovepipe before adapting to the DuraTech pipe. Please fill out our Chimney Pipe Design & Quote Form for a full estimate with everything needed for installation.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on January 10, 2014

    from Ashland, OR asked:
    December 6, 2013
    I am looking for an ornate stove pipe trim collar. In a 7" size. Can you help?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, we do not carry trim collars that have an especially ornate pattern. The best example we offer is the Snap-Lock Black Steel Stovepipe Trim Collar - For Pipes with a 7-Inch Diameter. Anything more ornate would likely have to be custom made, as 7 inch is no longer a common size.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 6, 2013

    from Iowa asked:
    November 30, 2013
    I want to put an oil furnace in my shop. This is a steel building with a wood frame. The side walls are concrete up to 8 feet & 5 more to 13 feet are wood frame covered with steel. The chimney will be going straight up through the roof. I live in Iowa. What pipe can I legally use? I want the least expensive as money is an object.
    1 Answer
    Your oil furnace likely requires class A chimney pipe, and we have a variety of such pipe available. Please see our full selection here: Class A Chimney Pipe If you want a quote for everything you would need, please fill out our Chimney Pipe Design & Quote Form.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on December 2, 2013

    from Hickory, NC asked:
    November 16, 2013
    When using an oval liner, should the adapter be sized so that the liner fits over the adapter or inside of the adapter?
    1 Answer
    When using sleeves and adapters, the male end of the liner should always be facing back towards the unit. This allows condensation to run back inside of the appliance as opposed to down the exterior of the liner itself.
    on November 17, 2013

    from Hamilton asked:
    September 9, 2013
    How long does a gas liner last?
    1 Answer
    While longevity will depend on the amount or humidity in the flue gases, the typical liner can last for 20 to 25 years under normal conditions. In extreme circumstances where high humidity is present, the life expectancy can be cut in half.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on September 10, 2013

    from Indianapolis, IN asked:
    July 8, 2013
    We have a Comfort Glow B42LI-M wood burning box. First flue liner needs to be offset elbow. Should inner liner go inside outlet on box or should it be outside?
    1 Answer
    The general rule of thumb is for vent pipe to be installed male end down. So, the liner would go inside the flue outlet. Of course, most factory boxes require specific brands of pipe that feature locking tabs and ensure a proper fit/connection.
    Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist
    on July 9, 2013

    November 9, 2012
    We are looking for a chimney pipe for a fireplace in a modular pre-built home: 12” x 8” x 4’ silver . We live at 5600 feet elevation and our present chimney is 10’ high from fireplace to top, 4’ above roof. We have a problem with smoke in the house. We want to extend our chimney for better draft.
    2 Answers
    From these measurements, it appears you may have triple-wall solid-pack chimney pipe. Can you provide the manufacturer of your existing pipe, so we can check availability of a compatible 4-foot piece? We would also recommend adding an extended roof support piece, since your pipe will extend eight feet over your roof; an extended roof support is intended for use when the pipe protrudes further than five feet above the roof. Please reply with the manufacturer of your current pipe and we will be happy to assist you in finding the appropriate pieces.
    on November 9, 2012
    I have a modular home too, 2002 model. They use FMI pipe. 8 inch stainless inner pipe and a 12 inch outer pipe. Hope this helps.
    on March 16, 2014
    from Clarkridge,AR

    Trying to find the correct new pipes and liners for your fireplace can be overwhelming. The correct venting system ensures the efficency of your fireplace. No matter if you need Class A chimney pipe, stove pipe, pallet vent pipe, or Type B gas pipe, you will find exactly what you need here. If you have questions about your chimney and the pipes it needs, you can check out our informative Chimney Pipe Buying Guide or contact one of our NFI Certified technicians with any questions you might have.
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