woodburning stoves in a conservatory

kate(6/7 n of Boston)November 13, 2006

I want to site a woodburning stove in a conservatory - does anyone know if this is possible and what i might need to insulate to chimney pipe with - thanks

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vetivert8(NI-NZ zone 9a)

The main issue for me would be how to get the flue cleaned if it emerged through a glassed roof. If necessary, could the flue go out through a wall?

Mine is fairly ancient (make that seriously ancient) and it has a perforated jacket around the section of chimney in the room, which makes it safe to touch.

Depending on the model of heater and the way it burns its fuel/distributes its heat it may be already built to be adequately insulated for what you're wanting. You might need to look at a few more makes and models.

    Bookmark   November 16, 2006 at 2:28AM
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