I need to replace the flange for my furnace flue.
The old oil furnace had a 6" flue and my replacement gas furnace has a
The reducing flange at the chimney is rusted out and when I went to Home
Depot all they had were adapters for 3" exhaust pipes.
This should be a common item but I don't seem to be able to find a
I suppose I could just make one myself I have quite a bit of heavy duty
I found a nice plate that's about 3/8" thick and all I have to do is
cut a hole in it with a 4" hole saw. The piece that rusted through was
almost paper thin yet it laster over 20 years. The piece I intend to put
in should last 100 years.
actually I went back to Home Depot for some other parts and looking in
the "duct" isle again and found some 4" flanges. Since they are so thin
I bought two and doubled them up. So, they may only be good for 40 years.
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