Some households are fortunate enough to have a working chimney running straight through their home exactly where they want to install a wood-burning stove.
In other cases, fitting the stove is not quite so straightforward. If you’re faced with the prospect of higgledy piggledy or geometically awkward flue installation, these parts might make the job a bit easier.
Awkwardly positioned beam, slightly off-centre chimney or protruding hearth, the 45-degree elbow will help you overcome them all. Find out more.
If a 45 degree change of direction doesn’t get your flue running where it needs to go, perhaps a 90 degree angle will do the trick.
This elbow ensures your flue pipe can make a fairly nifty shift in direction in a relatively tight space. Find out more.
Does your flue need to go outside the property? In that case you will need a twin wall flue.
They come in a basic version, ideal for homes that do not have chimneys. There are also external kits, which are perfect if the flue needs to run up the side of the building.
If you’re faced with a particularly awkward situation, this adjustable bend could be your saviour.
It comprises two 45 degree elbow, which you can adjust to bend in the appropriate directions. Find out more.
If you can’t have or don’t want a conventional register plate – a stainless steel adaptor plate is just the job.
The beauty of flexible flue liner is that it will run wherever you need it to run.
It’s made from stainless steel and is dual skinned. Find out more.
The liner is also available in Flexible Flue Liner Kits.