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Black Stove Pipe

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by chuck172, Sep 3, 2013.

  1. chuck172

    chuck172 Minister of Fire

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    I need to replace the stove pipe on my tarm this fall. I've always used the cheap Lowes stuff. Any reason to upgrade?
    Are there any good online sites for the fittings?

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  2. heaterman

    heaterman Minister of Fire

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    If there's a heating supply house in the area they should carry it. Snappy or Seal-Tite are good brands. Make sure it's 24 gauge steel.

    Other than that, a good fireplace/stove shop should have it also.

    I'd be wary of something like that on line.
  3. chuck172

    chuck172 Minister of Fire

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    I see home depot carries 24 gauge stove pipe and fittings, thanks
  4. hiker88

    hiker88 Burning Hunk

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    I've posted this before, but here is what I did. Go online and fine the stuff you want - take it to a local person and offer him the business (I will stay local even if it is a little pricier).

    In my case, I put in Excel from the appliance to the chimney cap. I took a printout of my online cart to a local guy and he beat it by a not so negligible amount.

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