Are you taking install a wood stove into consideration? I think you can have a chance to be able to install a wood stove with chimney pipe after reading this article. Installing a Class A Insulated Double Wall Chimney Pipe through a flat ceiling is easy and economical by DIY homeowners. First, you should make a decision for size pipe you need to use with your wood stove. We used Ecovent single wall black 6" diameter stove pipe and Ecovent insulated double wall class a chimney pipe for this wood.

Step 1: Locating the Center Point for the Chimney Pipe

First, locating the center point where the chimney pipe will penetrate the ceiling. The single wall chimney pipe needs to be at least 18 inches away from combustibles. Once the center point is ok, use the ceiling support box to mark the ceiling to make your cut. The ceiling support box will come with two brackets to mount to the ceiling joists.

Step 2: Locating Where to Cut the Hole Through the Roof

Now that we have penetrated through the ceiling, we need to mark the hole to penetrate through the roof.

Step 3: Marking and Cutting the Hole on the Roof Take your Adjustable Roof Flashing and center that on the screw you ran through the roof deck. Once the hole is marked, use your sawzall and cut the hole through the roof.

Step 4: Installing the Adjustable Roof Flashing for Chimney Pipe

Step 5: Installing the Insulated Double Wall Chimney Pipe Now it's time to start putting our insulated double wall class a chimney pipe together. Locate the end of the pipe that has the insulation recessed down. This is the male end of the chimney pipe. To make the transition from insulated chimney pipe to single wall stove pipe a universal pipe adapter will be needed. Insert the universal pipe adapter on the male end of the insulated chimney pipe.

Step 6: Installing the Storm Collar and Chimney Rain Cap to the Chimney Pipe

While you're still on the roof, attach the storm collar to the chimney pipe. Make sure to put a bead of silicone around the storm collar where it meets the chimney pipe. The chimney pipe must protrude through the roof a minimum of 2 feet and it must be at least 10 feet away from the roof line. it's time to connect the single wall stove pipe to the insulated chimney pipe.

Step 7: Installing the Single Wall Wood Stove Pipe

The last step is to put the trim collar around the ceiling support box. With the screws provided, anchor it to the ceiling. Congratulations! We have just completed the installation of a class a double wall insulated chimney pipe with single wall stove pipe for your wood stove. If you have any questions or need assistance in ordering your wood stove chimney pipe supplies feel free to give us a call or contact us.