Stove Pipe Chimney Venting

Quality stainless steel and black stove pipe, available in single and double walls. We offer the industry leader in stove pipe and venting materials, whether it's basic venting or bio-fuel we have options available in most sizes to fit your needs and application.

Specialty Stove Pipe Venting Solutions:

Double Wall Stovepipe

The double-wall, air-insulated design of DVL reduces clearances to combustibles from 18 inches to 6 inches, the closest clearance to a wall of any connector pipe. DVL improves stove performance by keeping flue gas temperatures high for a strong, consistent draft. Because the inner wall is stainless steel, the flue heats up faster, stays hotter longer, reduces creosote formation, and has the same lifespan as the chimney. Cutting or crimping is unnecessary with adjustable lengths.

Pellet & Biofuels

PelletVent Pro® is designed to be a long-lasting, safe, and aesthetically pleasing venting system. PelletVent Pro® is a venting system for wood pellet, corn, and other biofuels, as well as oil-fueled stoves and inserts. PelletVent Pro® is now UL listed in the United States and Canada for 1′′ clearance to combustibles. Its double-wall, air-insulated construction provides superior performance.


WHAT EXACTLY IS ALL-FUEL? A system designed and built to exhaust low-heat residential appliances powered by wood, coal, oil, or gas. These are commonly referred to as "Class A chimneys" or "Factory built chimneys." DuraTech provides the highest level of safety and performance thanks to Thermal Tech blanket insulation encased between dual walls. It keeps the chimney's outer wall cool while maintaining high flue gas temperatures for optimum draft performance.

Single Wall Black Pipe

DuraBlack® is an excellent choice for a low-cost, drip-free single-wall stovepipe when clearances aren't an issue. DuraBlack® is made to DuraVent's exacting standards, with die-formed end fittings. Cutting and crimping are unnecessary with adjustable lengths.

Gas Pipe

Gas piping is a piping system in your house used to carry natural gas from the supply directly to your heating system. The system is made up of branch lines, which run to individual appliances throughout your home. Branch lines lead to drop lines, which are vertical pipes that drop down to an appliance. Gas pipes can power a range of appliances, not only our heating systems. You can use it for hot water, cooking, fireplaces, washing machines, and others.

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