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Chimney liner.

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by CarbonNeutral, Aug 18, 2009.

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  1. CarbonNeutral

    CarbonNeutral Minister of Fire

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    Get him to do a search here on putting stoves in basements (basement install)

    Ideally an insulated SS liner - can be as cheap as $600 - search insulated liner

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  2. Jamess67

    Jamess67 Feeling the Heat

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    Hey guys this question comes from a friend of mine. He has a 1 1/2 story house with a brick chimney that use to have a liner in it and a wood stove attached long ago. It all has since been removed and he wishes to put a stove in the basement again. His question is what type of liner should he use? Is it a double wall type or single 24 gauge black stove pipe or something else? Does anyone know the cost/ ft of this type of liner?
    Thanks for your help.
  3. 84Buckeye

    84Buckeye New Member

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    Hi James. I had the exact same setup as this guy. What I had done was had a local Amish guy come out
    and install a Stainless Steel flexible liner. They then put insulation already the liner. Then run stove pipe
    to my wood furnace which sits right beside my furnace which is plumbed into my existing ductwork.
    My chimney is 33' high.. I payed 1600 for this which sounds like a lot but at least I feel comfortable
    sleeping at night.
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