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What do you need to do to put a woopellet stove pipe thru wall

What prevents wall from being burned,what clearence is needed,caulk etc

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I'm confused by your question. If you are asking what is involved in installing a pellet stove well it varies greatly from model to model. Generally speaking, most pellet stoves will horizontally terminate behind the stove itself as opposed to running thru the roof like a woodstove does. Pellet stoves require the use of electricity for numerous functions, one of which is power venting thru this rear terminated pipe. As far as clearances to combustables, you will find that pellet stoves are very forgiving in that department, with minimal clearances required. Once again all stoves are different and they all are rated indepentently so my best advice to you is find a quality pellet stove dealer and go in and see them. They will be more than happy to answer your questions. Avoid the big box stores as they have pellet stoves at a good price but offer NO service or installation and believe me, I am in the business, you will need professional service at some point during the life of your stove so don't save a couple bucks by going cheap. You will be happier for it down the road. Good luck.

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Seem to have water leaking under shower into storage competition ment, tried caulking only happens when shower is on and someone is in it very frustrating


Very often happens for a number of reasons

Bad caulking around the shower base and the base drops with the weight of the occupant allowing water past the caulking.

Crack and bad seal on a wall tile.

A split in the base itself which opens up with weight and you can't see with the base empty.

A leak in the pipes behind the wall from the mixer unit to the shower head.

Split pipes or fitting to the drain.

Best way is a full tear down, refurbishment and start anew :>)

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I have a free standing wood burning stove Hearth Stone brand Is there a product that one could wrap the chimney flue with to avoid a small child from burning its hand? Thanks


There is a completely double insulated flue pipe available on the market by SELKIRK and more

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How is air supply regulated in wood burning stoves?


To regulate air flow, there are damper devices built into the stove, flue and stove pipes. Keeping the air flowing correctly through a wood-burning stove is essential for safe and efficient operation of the stove. Fresh air needs to enter the wood compartment to provide oxygen fuel for the fire; as the fire burns, the smoke must be allowed to rise through the stove pipes, and exit through the chimney.

May 07, 2013 | Home

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Dryer vent goes thru anuninsulated outside wall causing the outside wood to rot. what do I need to do to correct this problem?


You need to remove the vent and replace/repair the rotted section. Paint the repair w/ a good quality exterior paint. When replacing the vent, be sure to caulk around the flange to prevent water from entering and causing more rot.

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There is loose wall mount tub filler. How can I tight it?


Most tub spout are pretty covers for the generic ugly pipes that deliver the water from the wall water plumbing into the tub area. Speaking for this water pipe it's either going to be copper or galvanized iron pipe. The pipe that you see sticking out of the wall is rather short. It ends just inside the wall usually at a 90 degree elbow which in turn is connected to a pipe and other things inside the wall cavity. If this short pipe stub is loose so you can move it in and out of the wall hole some, the reason is that the plumbing pipes inside the wall are not tied down to the wall studs properly.
If the backside of the wall can be opened by cutting out a section of sheetrock in the same location as where the spout pipe is located, you can expose the inside wall plumbing and tie in the wall pipes securely to the wall framing. Afterwards, you need to seal up the sheetrock hole you created.
In some cases this is not possible. When that is the case, your fix is spotty at best. You can use a caulking that becomes rock hard when cured around the pipe nipple as it comes through the wall hole. Hopefully the hard caulking will provide enough tightness tying the pipe to the wall material to help stop the movement. Install the caulking so it is underneath the pretty tub spout when you reinstall it over the generic pipe. Make sure you do not have this caulking involved with the pretty spout so if you need to remove it again, it won't be locked in by the hardening caulk.
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Cold air leaks in around the unit while it is not running. How can I insulate the air intake so that this does not happen?


Is this unit tight against the wall?
Can it be pulled away from the wall, without too much difficulty?
You need to be sure the leak is outside of the flue pipe going thru the wall to the outside.--
Or is it leaking in thru the inside?

If the leakage is due to a gap between the flue pipe and the hole thru the wall, then attention needs to be given to the flashing, and the air tight seal at the outside of the penetration...
Was a metal collar installed-- TIGHTLY against the flue pipe?
How was the needed air space (for fire prevention) made between the HOT flue pipe, and the framing materials?-- Then outside of that, how was the gap insulated?- (Non burnable-- like fiberglass can be used-- but it all depends upon the outer and then inner METAL seal rings being tight.)

Tell us more about where you are feeling the drafts..

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I have an old Efel Kamina wood stove that I want to install in a new structure that does not have a chimney. I need the manufacturer's specifications to determine the distances from combustible materials...


From an insulated wall - 30 inches. Not insulated - 38. We have one as well and are trying to find out information about it.

Southport Stove Inc. Serial # F90309 ICBO 3 500 Another number: 079-66 It's a Kamina.

Any information would be great!

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I would like to put my cook top on an island in the centre of my kitchen how would i vent down thru a crawl space???


Get a downdraft cook top and drill a hole. Then run the piping to the outside wall of the house and drill again and run the piping thru to the outside. They make outside wall vents like dryer vents only bigger to accommodate the bigger vent pipe. Happy crawling. It will look and work great if you get a good stove. Do your research.

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I just bought a condo, it was built in 2009. When


Fire chaulk is designed just seal and not allow air in by pipes and or wiring to prevent fires from getting air to start and spread.

If you are hearing a constant drip they may have a leaking toilet or faucet just dripping a little causing this. If everything is right sound proofing when installed like cast iron stack between walls to limit noise.

But you may ask them to make sure nothing is dripping .

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Offset of verticle stove pipe between stoveand chimney


use single wall pipe in the heated area.

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