Appliances that burn fuel need to be vented through a proper chimney. The chimney can be composed of masonry (brick, stone, or cement) or metal (stainless steel, aluminum or galvanized steel). The appliance and the fuel it uses determine the type of chimney you need. Fire Glow's highly-trained, experienced sales people can help you get your appliance matched with the correct chimney and installed to current standards. Note: if you are replacing pipe, make sure you know the manufacturer. Most chimney pipe is only compatible with pipe of the same brand. If you aren't sure what brand your pipe is, bring it in and we will be happy to assist you, whether it be in getting you the pipe you need or directing you to another place that can help.
Class A Chimney: Class A Chimney pipe is for appliances like wood stoves, oil burners and certain EPA fireplaces. It's a double wall, stainless steel pipe which can go through walls and stand outside the house. Choose from Selkirk or TLC brand chimney systems.
Pellet Chimney: This pipe is designed specifically for venting pellet appliances and works best with them. Fire Glow has a variety of brands in stock!
Direct Vent Chimney - Selkirk: This is for gas fireplaces and freestanding stoves.
B-vent Chimney - Selkirk: This is also called a natural air chimney. This is for something like a gas furnace.
Purpose: Type "B" gas vent pipe to be used on approved gas burning equipment
Sizes: Round vent pipe 3" thru 8"
Purpose: All fuel chimney, ideal for residential heating appliances burning wood, #2 oil, natural and LP gas.
Size: Inner diameters for 6", 7", and 8"
Purpose: Direct vent gas burning equipment
Sizes: 4x6 or 5x8
Type of chimney: Bio Vent pellet pipe. Purpose: for approved pellet appliances. Sizes: 3
Type of chimney: Excel pellet vent
Purpose: for approved Pellet appliances
Type of chimney: Selkirk Pellet vent pipe
Purpose: Venting for pellet burning appliances
Sizes: 3" or 4"