Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by mtn man, Dec 3, 2012.
Anybody know where to get cheap telescopic doule wall pipe from?
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I'm ordering mine from Lowes.com. It is 255.62 which is not the lowest price around but Lowes is a reputable company and they carry all the supervent chimney stuff to go along with it. I have seen it for +-150 on ebay but I worry about getting scratch or dent stuff from the low price sellers on Ebay. You would need to make sure it is compatible with your chimney system.
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Thanks for the help. Sounds like a good deal.
www.dynamitebuys.com has reasonable pipe prices. Be sure to get the same brand as your class A chimney pipe.
Went to Lowes today and bought some pipe and all the things to pipe it out a cathedral ceiling straight up. Double wall starting from the stove outlet all the way up. Any hints or suggestions on a DIY project. Do's and Dont's? Thanks for any help. The brand was Selkirk I purchased.
Measure thrice and cut once. Use a plumb bob to establish the stove pipe centerline. Follow the Selkirk installation manuals for the DSP and Class A piping.
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