Re: [woodheat] Re: Sawing small branches and sticks
- Interesting. Yes, that looks like a safer alternative if it works well. A google search shows that Amazon, Sears and Lowes handles it.KenOn Feb 18, 2012, at 1:15 PM, Nancy Carleton wrote:
- If I was to do this, I would exchange the triple wall for a class a insulated chimney. In a chase it may keep the flue gasses higher and give a little better protection in the case of a chimney fire. The other thing that I like about the full refit listed below is that when you are done, you know exactly how it is built.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Steve Nadramia <snad5393@...> wrote:
> I had a similar situation with my house when I bought it. My solution was to completely remove the ZC woodburning stove and its pipe (double wall)
> which was enclosed in a sheetrock chase in my living room. I replaced the old pipe with triple wall inside the chase and where the old metal fireplace was located I did some re-framing and tile work and built a hearth for my new wood stove. Now it is an attractive traditional wood stove set up. My calculations at the time were that it was roughly the same price as a specialized insert and would provide better heat and a simpler system.
> Good luck.
- On Feb 18, 2012, at 4:00 PM, nedn46@... wrote:
> If I was to do this, I would exchange the triple wall for a class a insulated chimney. In a chase it may keep the flue gasses higher and give a little better protection in the case of a chimney fire.I was thinking exactly the same thing.
Keeping the flue warmer will reduce creosote and also probably improve the draft.