Cutting Duravent PelletVent pipe to use with an adjustable length

SnoteS

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Jul 16, 2020
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I always search first but if I missed an answer to this I'm sorry. I need a roughly 53" length of straight pipe from the stove T to the ceiling connection. I'm going to have to use an adjustable pipe I'm guessing. I noticed PelletVent doesn't come in 48" lengths. I was wondering if I could cut a 60 " pipe instead of using 2 - 24" pipes. The adjustable pipe is going to be sliding on the end. It seems like it would be one less joint and look better. I'm looking for a safe professional installation so suggestions would be appreciated if there is something I'm not thinking of. Thanks!
 

DAKSY

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If you modify a piece of venting, you may void your homeowner's insurance.
A better choice might ICC Excel pellet vent. Much better quality & a cleaner looking install.
It'll cost you a little more than Duravent, but that's the way I'd go.
 
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SnoteS

New Member
Jul 16, 2020
2
NJ
If you modify a piece of venting, you may void your homeowner's insurance.
A better choice might ICC Excel pellet vent. Much better quality & a cleaner looking install.
It'll cost you a little more than Duravent, but that's the way I'd go.
I didn't think about homeowners insurance. I'll look at the Excel vent. Thanks!