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I am installing a massive log burning stove, chosen because I like it, but it needs a metre slab to stand on due to size!  Can I use a steel-tube type of chimney for such a monster?  Am thinking this would be tied to external wall to roof level – but beyond that height am not sure how to support it.  If I can’t do this I’ll have to trade down as I can’t afford to build brick chimney.  Any advice welcome.


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  1. TheDoctor says:

    Hi,

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