Similar to timfromohio's question a couple days ago, my Hearthstone Bennington installation was stalled when the installers discovered that my second floor joists and rafters were not lined up. They suggested two options: reframe (house is Cape Cod style built 1960 so I assume don't have trusses because of style) or offset. Offset won't be so pretty because it is a corner installation and would be offset a couple feet parallel to one wall. But even with the offset, a rafter would have to be cut. But this rafter would be under a dormer, which they said is not a structural rafter (or at least not as crucial). And then the stack would go up directly in front of the dormer so not be so pretty from the outside (if our municipality even lets us do that) but would not be too visible because of trees. They said carpenters do reframing all the time for skylights, for example. Any comments?