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Excel UltraBlack Double Wall Stovepipe, Chimney Cleaning Wall Heat Shield Installation

Excel UltraBlack Double Wall Stovepipe, Chimney Cleaning Wall Heat Shield Installation


We took this old single wall pipe off of a wood stove in here. And it was a ninety, and it was way too close to the wall. And we put on this double wall pipe, which has got two forty-fives in it. which makes a nicer exit for the smoke, and you can also clean it through the stove now, which is a big big issue, with a, with wood stoves. So, we don’t have to go on the roof anymore. We can clean up through that, and our whips will pass through that. Anyway, we’re doing this to get it properly insured, type of arrangement here. So you’re going to lift it up that pipe, Now it’s made it past the first past the first elbow, and we’re to the second elbow now. Now we’re in the main chimney, and putting a third length on. This is twenty-seven feet, Now you can see where the ash is coming out of the chimney. You’re probably at the top there. You can always feel the cap. So now all we do is hook a drill on that, and spin it, on the way down. (Indistinct speech.) So you can see the ash falling as he spins that. Creosote, That pipe is brand new, so there won’t be anything in that. Okay, that’s our chimney sweep. On top we’ve added a shield for the back of that stove pipe, for a little way, so we can maintain six inches. And behind this fire, wood stove, we’ve also put a shield on, a heat shield. It reduces the clearance, by up to fifty percent. In front, we’ve added a hearth pad, to extend that out. so that it’s about six, has to be eighteen inches from the front of that door. We’ve gone about we’ve got an extra we’ve got about twenty-two inches, I guess. And that extends the hearth pad out to legal compliant type of measurement. So that’s that. Yet another job well done. Closed Captioning by Kris Brandhagen. [email protected]

3 thoughts on “Excel UltraBlack Double Wall Stovepipe, Chimney Cleaning Wall Heat Shield Installation”

  1. Hey, The best woodworking blueprints that I have ever used are from Jacobs magic plan (just google it) Without a doubt the most useful woodworking plans that I have ever used.

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