12 Questions &
from Baton Rouge La. asked:
August 19, 2018
I have a house built in the 70's the chimney pipe is in need of replacing it has an I.d.of 9" and an o.d.of 11" with twist lock can you help?
Class "A" chimney pipe has to match the exact brand/model and can not be mixed.
on August 20, 2018
from Paintsville Ky asked:
January 28, 2018
I wanted to know which tee I need to be able to get ventilation to my stove without taking my pipes out the roof???
To vent out a wall you would need more than just the tee.
on January 29, 2018
from Nashville, TN asked:
January 24, 2018
We are renovating and restoring a beautiful MCM home here in Nashville. We want to lower the tiled platform base you can see in the photo and create a hearth that is inlaid into the floor. Now we need an extension piece to make that work-- we are looking for the pipe part of the chimney of our Malm Fireplace. We are looking for just a 10-15" extension piece-just the cylindrical column. Do you have parts that specifically work with the Malm?
Also, likely the correct paint to ensure the fireplace is up to its heat-resistant former self.
Unfortunately, we do not carry any parts that work specifically with a Malm. I apologize for any inconvenience.
on January 25, 2018
from Colorado Springs asked:
December 13, 2017
How are duravent products attached to each other?
The wood burning Duravent Class A Chimney connects with twist locking ends at the top and bottom of each pipe.
on December 14, 2017
from Randolph, MA asked:
November 23, 2017
Hello. I have a franklin federal wood stove with a 5 1/2" inside diameter flue opening(stove top). Can I get a stovetop adapter for this to allow me to use a duravent pipe system..6"?
You will have to custom fabricate an adapter for this if one is not supplied by the manufacturer.
on November 24, 2017
from CA asked:
October 11, 2017
I have a 6" telescoping double wall stove pipe, which is stuck.
Do you have any suggestions to "un-stick" it and extend the pipe back into position? Thank you.
Standard dish soap should do the trick
on October 12, 2017
from Arundel, ME asked:
October 4, 2017
I have an older kitchen cook stove with an oval flue opening at the stove body that continues through the oval opening in the rear back shelf/shield.
It looks to be 6 inches; is there a stovepipe that stays oval for a specified length (24"), then adapts to double wall 6 inch pipe? Thank you.
Unfortunately, we do not carry stove pipe that stays ovalized for a length before rounding. This is something you're likely going to need to have custom fabricated by a local metalworker.
on October 4, 2017
from Grand Junction, IA asked:
May 15, 2017
I bought an old small #8 laundry stove. It has an oval flue pipe hole, 3.5 x 7.5 inches. I was looking for an oval to round adaptor . I see you have a 4 x 8 to 6" in stock. Could it be as simple as squeezing a 6 inch pipe at the bottom to oval slide it onto the flange ? Or, would a 4 x 8 with fire-proof material packed around the flange work (a ceramic type filler)?
We will not offer any oval to round adapters with these measurements and do not have the ability to have this custom fabricated, however, a local metal fabricator will likely be able to have this made. The other option would be to locally source a straight section of black stovepipe and field-ovalize your adapter.
on May 16, 2017
from Williamsburg, PA asked:
November 29, 2016
I'm looking for a flue pipe adapter. It is oblong, not oval: 8 3/4" x 4 1/2" It fits a U.S. Cannon Heater # 18 B.
We do not offer this adaptor, so my recommendation will be to have this adaptor fabricated locally.
on November 29, 2016
from Saskatchewan asked:
November 15, 2016
Do you a sell 3" stove pipe?
Unfortunately, we do not offer 3" stovepipe and are unaware of any vendor offering 3" stovepipe.
on November 15, 2016
from Durham, NC asked:
October 17, 2016
Do you have any triple-lined pipes?
We do sell some triple wall chimney systems.
on October 18, 2016
from California asked:
January 9, 2014
When you transition over from 6'' single pipe from a support box to double wall pipe, what is the diameter of pipe going through the roof using a Duravent system?
If you transition to DuraTech chimney pipe (double wall), the outer diameter would be 8 inches. If you transition to DuraPlus (triple wall), the outer diameter would be 10 inches. Either system will work the same and have the same clearances, but some municipalities require the use of triple walled chimney pipe. Duraplus would be the product to use in that case.
Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
on January 9, 2014