Double wall chimney pipe flashing ?

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Post by fig » Sun. Sep. 13, 2020 1:09 pm

I need to replace the flashing cone on a GSW double wall 6" chimney because its shot.

Im guessing any brand will work? GSW is no longer in business. I believe they were bought by Selkirk.

I know interchanging the pipe is not allowed but i can't see any reasin not to interchange the flashing?

Any objections?

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Post by franco b » Sun. Sep. 13, 2020 7:33 pm

As long as the new flashing can pass the pipe through with clearance I think you are good to go. You will need the storm collar as well.

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