Hello, I just installed a wood burning stove and everything works great. The stove heats up the house perfectly. The only problem is when it is windy out the smoke spills down to the ground and on to the neighbors houses. I have had no complaints from neighbors yet, but want to fix the problem and be respectful to all my neighbors. My chimney is up to code for height. As it exists now the chimney is 6' above the roof but is about the same elevation as the roof peak that is 12' horizontal from the chimney cap. Im wondering if a couple more feet of chimney pipe added on to the height would stop the smoke from spilling off the roof to the ground on windy days. If anyone has experience and can help in this matter I would like to hear from you!