How do you run a stove pipe through a window?

How do you run a stove pipe through a window?

  1. Connect the pipe using a pipe joint to the exhaust opening on the back of the stove, also known as the flue collar.
  2. Run the pipe out the window, making sure that it is angled upward.
  3. Close the window, leaving around 2 inches above and below the pipe.

Can you vent a pellet stove out a basement window?

Pellet Stove Basement Venting Options Vent options include venting vertically through the roof or horizontally through a sidewall. If you already have a wood-burning stove in the basement, you can vent through the wood-burning stove’s existing chimney.

Can you put a wood burning stove next to a window?

A wood stove needs to have at least 36 inches of clearance between an unprotected ceiling and the top of the stove. When installing a wood stove in front of a window, make sure the clearance is at least 36 inches from the glass to keep it from heating up and cracking or getting damaged.

Why do pellet stoves need outside air?

The use of an Outside Air Kit may not be required in certain cases, but it is highly recommended in all installations. An Outside Air Kit feeds uninterrupted combustion air into your appliance from outside your home, helping to maintain proper air/fuel balance and ensure even burning.

Do you need a exhaust pipe for a pellet stove?

A pellet stove requires outdoor venting through a pipe. This can be chimney pipe as long as it meets certain requirements. The pipe must be double-walled, with an inner lining of stainless steel. It must also be sealed at the joints so that carbon monoxide and other exhaust cannot leak into the home.

Can you horizontally vent a pellet stove?

Pellet stoves can be vented vertically through the roof or horizontally through a side wall. It’s always a good idea to get some vertical rise with the L-vent pipe, before venting horizontally through a side wall.