Hello Everyone, Im new to the site and I've run into some trouble with my pipe installtion. I have currently installed a HearthStone Homestead Wood Burning Stove into my first floor Ranch home. I ran about 5 feet of single wall black stove pipe from the rear of the stove, straight up through my ceiling and into an addic area of my house. My problem is that once I started to install the class A double wall stainless section from the support box straight up through the back side of my roof I found that the double class A pipe was right smack in the center of my main beam of my roof joice. I need to be at least 8-10 inches away from the center of my beam so I can go through my roof with the pipe. I went to a dealer to purchase two 45 degree offsets in double wall, which they make in a slight 90 degree form, but the stove guy said it might not be code to do such an install but he was not 100 percent sure. Im looking to install a 3 foot section of double wall stainless pipe from where the box meets the black single wall pipe in my attic joice and then attaching both offsets to a 90 degree ontop of the 3 foot section then adding my 4 foot section, which would take me through my roof and installing the collor, which would bring me exactly 2 1/2 to 3 feet over the peek of my roof. Can anybody tell me if this would work and if I would run into a code problem or even a fire hazard situation. I've seen plently of stove installs with 45 degree and 90 degree pipe installs, Please Im looking to get this running up ASAP. Very Cold in CT and Im not paying for any more home heating oil!!