Stone around the flue liner.
I plan on using a regular flue liner (orange tile type) with real sandstone on the outside of it since I have plenty of stone.
I noticed on another thread that someone said the flue liner should be able to move. Should I leave a space between the liner and the stone?
Do I wrap the liner with the blanket and wire to add the stone on?
Then to cap it off, the space between the two needs to be sealed. When the stone and liner meet at the top it will no longer be separated. Whats done here?
Re: Stone around the flue liner.
I had a space between my flue liner and brick. I filled it in with vermiculite / portland mix. At the very top I sealed it with heat stop (or ref mix, don't remember). As far as movement, I don't think there is any at all and it's working great.
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