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HomeSaver Stainless Steel 3 inch Male to 4 inch Female Chimney Liner Increaser

HomeSaver Stainless Steel 3 inch Male to 4 inch Female Chimney Liner Increaser

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Product Details

Manufacturer: HomeSaver
HomeSaver Part Numbers: 31247
Item Number: CPF-31247

Features

  • RoundFlex Stainless Steel Increaser
  • 304-Alloy stainless steel construction
  • 3" Male to 4" female
  • Small end is male
HomeSaver Stainless Steel 3-in. Male to 4-in. Female Chimney Liner Increaser used when going from a 3-in. HomeSaver chimney liner pipe to a 4-in. pipe.

Please Note: HomeSaver can only be sold and shipped to general contractors or licensed chimney sweeps. Orders to the general public cannot be fulfilled. If you have a contractor please provide his name and address. This will need to be shipped directly to the contractor. The manufacturer will not make exceptions.

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Craig L. from Redmond, WA asked:
I have a 4" flexible stainless steel pipe coming down the chimney. The opening on the back of the pellet stove is 3". Do you have a converter that will hook the two together?
I have a 4" flexible stainless steel pipe coming down the chimney. The opening on the back of the pellet stove is 3". Do you have a converter that will hook the two together?
I would recommend using a 3" tee with a 4" adapter.
Answered by: Aaron D.

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John from OH asked:
Is this what I need to go from 3" flex liner to 4" flex liner? I'm going through the damper shelf from the stove with 3" and need to connect to 4" liner going to the top of the chimney to a chimney cap.
Is this what I need to go from 3" flex liner to 4" flex liner? I'm going through the damper shelf from the stove with 3" and need to connect to 4" liner going to the top of the chimney to a chimney cap.
This would indeed be the appropriate pipe for your installation.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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