Can I exit the chimney below grade at a 45 degree angle to the outside and up to the roof for a Class A chimney? Or does it have to be 90 degrees to the outside and in a well?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:45 PM

Our Answer:

Since there are no 45-degree elbows made in Class A chimney pipe, yes, you will need to run your stovepipe out the wall at a 90-degree angle and use a Class A tee to turn the pipe vertically outside the home to run up over the roof.

From Section Page: Class A Chimney Pipe

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