Pic of Newly installed Englander 30NCL and hearth

RISurfer20 Posted By RISurfer20, Oct 19, 2007 at 12:16 PM

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  1. RISurfer20

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    Pic of Newly installed Englander 30NCL and hearth. After completing the chimney install last weekend, I put the finishing touches on the hearth and wood stove.
     

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    Schweet!

    It was getting lonely out here in 30 Land.
     
  3. rhetoric

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    Takes a monster hearth, doesn't it? What do you have behind the tile and what are your clearances?
     
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    NICE ! another "Big Gun" in town.

    It may just be the pic but the stovepipe looks a little askew.
     
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    very nice, great looking on that hearth, im showing the picture off here in the office as i type this post. thanks for posting it
     
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    Looks great! Nice job on the tile work.
     
  7. RISurfer20

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    Thanks all. I am happy with the outcome.

    “Takes a monster hearth, doesn’t it? What do you have behind the tile and what are your clearances? “

    I have cement board directly behind the tile and sheet rock along the walls. As far as clearances, I followed the Englander suggested clearances. 15” from corner of stove. Used double stove pipe which has a 6” clearance but dropped the pipe from the ceiling an extra 6” totaling 12”.


    “It may just be the pic but the stovepipe looks a little askew.”

    Initially the pipe was a little off due to extra welding inside the stove flue. I grinded it out and now it is level.
     
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    does your double wall go all the way down to the stove top? im trying to install mine and it leaves a gap between the 2nd wall and the top, about 1 to 1.5 inches or so i think. the crimped pipe is slightly larger then the hole in the top of the stove past the stove collar, did you modify your crimped end to pass that welded part?
     
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    Having the same problem here.. The Simpson Double Wall, Does not "Fit" Right??? Or it doesn't seem to be right in my mind. I may go take a pic and post it. I am in the early stages of getting everything ready. Very Early. But have found that this was gonna be a problem.

    I too am interested. Seems like Single Wall would fit perfect and look clean. But the Double just has something that is Not Right. Because of the Level Shot, I cant tell if the OP's is like this.. But I know exactly what you are saying greythorn3.
     
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    Since he hasn't logged into the forum since 2009 an email or PM, which notifies him by email, would probably be the best way to ask.
     
  11. blowell

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    That looks very cozy!
     
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