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Chris from Columbus, Ohio asked:
Is there a certain roof flashing that needs to be used to go out a flat rubber roof?
Is there a certain roof flashing that needs to be used to go out a flat rubber roof?
A standard metal zero pitch flashing would work and give you the required clearances.  However, you would need to contact a roofer to seal the area once the flashing is installed.  
Answered by: Aaron D.

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Robert from Hillsdale, WIsconsin asked:
I have a zero clearance LP gas fireplace installed in a corner. The fireplace was installed about 4 inches from the corner and I would like to move it back into the corner. How to I take apart the DVP above the flue and shorten the diagonal piece (see pho
I have a zero clearance LP gas fireplace installed in a corner. The fireplace was installed about 4 inches from the corner and I would like to move it back into the corner. How to I take apart the DVP above the flue and shorten the diagonal piece (see pho
Before proceeding, you will want to ensure that moving the fireplace further back into the corner will not position the fireplace closer than the minimum clearances allowed by the fireplace manufacturer. While most direct vent pipe is twist-lock and will disassemble by twisting the pipe sections in the opposite direction, this pipe may not be cut. You will simply need to purchase a shorter pipe section after confirming the brand, part number and diameter of the pipe currently installed after confirming that no safety issues will be created by moving the appliance closer to a combustible wall. Even if the walls behind the fireplace are noncombustible or covered with noncombustible material, the fireplace may not be moved any closer than what the manufacturer allows.
Answered by: Will M.

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Felix J. from Reston Virginia asked:
Can you use direct vent piping to go down through the floor and then run to an outside wall?
Can you use direct vent piping to go down through the floor and then run to an outside wall?
What you are describing would require a power vent configuration, which is only available on a few select direct vent gas fireplaces. 
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Kevin from Ashdown, AR asked:
Do you sell a DVP-AD adapter?
Do you sell a DVP-AD adapter?
We do not sell a DVP-AD adapter.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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About Direct Vent Pipe

There is no time like the present to ensure the efficiency of your fireplace or stove. One way to do this is by using a direct vent fireplace pipe. Direct vent pipes use a coaxial system, meaning a small pipe within a larger one, allowing one to act as an exhaust while also drawing in air for the fire. We offer complete direct vent chimney pipe kits to simplify the buying process. Find exactly what you need for a great price at eFireplaceStore! If you have a newer air-tight home or just want to increase your home's energy efficiency, direct vent pipes may be a good option for you. No matter what type of fireplace or stove you have, eFireplaceStore has direct vent pipes and stove pipes that will work for you. Whether you need a Direct Vent Pro Gas Pipe, a Secure Flex Direct Vent Pipe, or anything in between, we have options at great prices with free shipping!

If you are unsure about which fireplace exhaust pipe your fireplace or stove needs, check our Chimney Pipe Buying Guide, which explains all the major piping options in great detail. You can also receive a free quote and design from our chimney specialists!
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