I want to get a wooden stove for my wife for Christmas. But we have a metal roof. Does anyone know how I can install a wood stove pipe through my metal roof? Any help would be great!
Answered: 2019-10-06 09:47:38
People can figure out where you want to put the wood stove at. You can use a compass to get a nice, even circle, then you can cut it with a jigsaw that has a combination blade. You can put the pipe through then put a flashing on it so it’s weatherproof.
That’s an awesome gift! Can save you some money. You can figure out where you want it and draw a perfect circle, then you can cut it as perfectly as you can. Then, you can stick the pipe through and put a flashing on it to keep the outside weather from coming in or damaging your roof.
I was lucky enough to find this website description as I was researching about installing wood stove pipes through metal roofs. It says you can use a jigsaw with a combination blade to cut the hole you want and then you can use a flashing to make sure you're weatherproofing your house. Then, you can
Having a metal roof can make it hard to install a wood stove pipe. However, all you need is the right tools. You can measure the hole above the place you want your stove, then cut it with a jigsaw with a combination blade. Then, you can put the flashing on to help weatherproof you home.
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