Hello how is everyone. I am new to these forums. I just finished installing a Drolet Celtic woodstove in an outside corner of my house. I used all Supervent products, single wall stovepipe 6' to chimney support with attic insulation shield , double wall insulated chimney pipe to rafter radiation shield approx 3' above and out the roof and flashing. It is a corner installation, the manufacturer recommended 10" from corner to wall, I left 11.5, 18" in front for hearth pad I left 20. There is 22" from the wall to the single wall stove pipe. The hearth pad is .5" cement board with .5" tile on mortared and grouted on top. There is no wall protector and the wall is made of drywall. This is my first woodstove so I guess I am just looking for some peace of mind. I am certain everything is installed correctly I just wonder under what circumstances these stoves are tested and just how hot can I get it really without starting the ceiling joists on fire. Thanks for any insight anyone can provide.