Stove That Doesn't Vent to Outside

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On Mon 12 Sep 2005 04:01:13p, FE wrote in alt.home.repair:

This bit of information helps. With a second story above, obviously the duct for the vent cannot simply run up through the ceiling and out the roof. With a low ceiling in the kitchen, although the simplicity of running a duct in false beam is appealing, the appearance probably would not be. The ease and cost of installation is going to be highly dependent on whether the ceiling/floor joists above run parallel or perpendicular going to the outside wall where the outside vent would be placed. Being able to run a duct between two joists where there would be few or no obstructions would not be that difficult to do.
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Unless there's a conveniently placed closet on the second floor and you can run the vent up thru that.
Mike
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