Flue Installation Kit
What are these kits?
Most people install a wood burning stove in a fireplace with an exisitng chimney. If that is what you will be doing then these kit are for you and contain the items you need to complete your installation.
How to use this listing:
There is a drop down box in this listing, from which you can select the length of flue liner to suit your needs. If the length you require is not listed please email us with your requirements.
The drop down allows you to select the length of flue liner you require (this is used to line your chimney and attaches to the stove at the bottom and chimney top plate or cowl at the top. The length is the total height of your chimney from the installation point of the stove - please do allow some extra in your calculations as this can be cut down but not lengthened).
How do I install this kit?
The basic principle is that the vitreous pipe comes straight out of the top of the stove, the adaptor attaches the pipe to the liner, which in turn attaches to the top plate or cowl products. (this varies depending upon the kit you choose). For more detailed instructions, you can see the photos for the kit in the listing.
Is this kit complete?
This kit has all the basic parts to install your stove. On top of this, you may want a register plate, which seals the bottom of your chimney (available from our shop). You will also need stove cement and possibly stove rope to seal the joints in the flue (available from our shop). You should have a CO2 alarm and an airbrick in the room that the stove is installed. Lastly, you should have some smoke pellets that you burn after you have installed the stove to ensure that the flue is not leaking.
Can I install a stove myself?
Yes, if you are a competant DIYer, this is a fairly simply job but it does have to meet building regulation standards, so it is best seek advice from your local council if you are unsure. Alternatively you can speak to a local builder who will be happy to install this for you.