The male end of the stove pipe for wood burning should always point down and/or pointing at the stove. Also, the wood stove pipe should always be inserted into the collar of the stove outlet. We understand this concerns some homeowners, but we will explain why this is the correct way for wood stove pipe installation.
When insulated Class A chimney pipe is installed alongside the home, a Rock-Vent Through the Wall Kit is the best option for your install. Read about the overview and tips here for a successful installation.
Chimney pipe must extend a proper amount into the room where you are installing the wood stove. Follow this guide to calculate how far to extend the chimney pipe into the room.
More and more homeowners are now tearing their chimney down just below the roof line and using the Rock-Vent Transition Plate to transition to the Class A chimney pipe which can penetrate the roof. This is an approved installation to extend your chimney height.
Most manufacturers of Class A chimney pipes only offer one grade of stainless steel and it's for only one type of application. However, Rock-Vent Class A chimney pipe is offered in three different grades of chimney pipe which caters to any type of installation.
Chimney pipe height requirements easily explained. Use this simple way to figure out how much chimney pipe is required above the roof. The 10-3-2 rule can be confusing, but we've broken it down into a few basic steps to figure out how much chimney pipe is required by code.
Venting options for mini wood stoves are a grey area. This is mainly attributed to the fact that small diameter U.L. listed chimney pipes are not available. You’re not out of luck though! We have a set of options along with pros and cons. Evaluate your options and see what installation setup would work best for your tiny house, RV, tent, and more.
There are a few different styles of chimney pipe available that are U.L. listed to be safely installed in your home. Double wall insulated and double or triple wall air cooled chimney pipes are the available options for properly venting a high-heat appliance. Knowing which one to use and when is very important for the safely venting your wood stove or fireplace.
If you’re installing a freestanding wood stove through the wall, this guide will help you tremendously! We’ve narrowed in on all of the measurements you’ll need to gather. With these measurements, you can put together a parts list on our website or send the measurements off to us and one of our Certified Technicians will send you a parts list!
If you’re installing a freestanding stove in a room with a pitched ceiling, this guide will help you figure out the stove pipe and chimney pipe lengths needed! We’ve narrowed in on all of the measurements you’ll need to gather. With these measurements, you can put together a parts list on our website or send the measurements off to us and one of our Certified Technicians will send you a parts list!