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  • Ready for chimney

    Ok guys I have spent the last month building my oven and I am now ready for the chimney. My oven is built under the roof of my outdoor kitchen.
    To my surprise today I went to two different stove shops and found out I was in for a 1000$ surprise.
    I am floored at what about 8 feet of double walled, non duratech pipe costs.

    I would like some input on options that I may have.....my height from chimney to roof is about 3 feet and need about 5 feet after the roof.

    Would building a brick chimney be a better choice $$$ wise?
    what about the weight consideration on the arch...

    Since under a roof in a warm summer climate I like the idea of doubled walled vs single wall for the heat aspect but is this correct since the oven itself will be putting out a good amount of heat?

    Just looking for some input before I drop amgrand on some stinking pipe!

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    Re: Ready for chimney

    If you cant find a mason to supply and build a small flue under $1000 I'd be very surprised, seek out a retired mason and offer some cash.
    The English language was invented by people who couldnt spell.

    My Build.