Log Cabin Flue Kit 2
This flue kit has all of the components that you will need to install your small stove in a log cabin or a similar structure. The flashing in this kit is tailored to cabins with a 45 degree roof pitch, although this part can be swapped for a 0-30 degree roof flashing. This installation kit comprises of the following components:
- 1x 500mm of single wall flue pipe (black finish)
- 1x Adaptor – single wall to twin wall flue
- 1x Wall band
- 1x Rafter support
- 1x Trim plate
- 1x 45 degree roof flashing
- 1x Storm collar
- 2x 1000mm of twin wall flue pipe
- 1x 500mm of twin wall flue pipe
- 1x Rain cap cowl
- 1x Cartridge of fire cement
- 1x Cartridge of heatproof silicone sealant
Our small stove has a 4” outlet, and we use 4”/100mm diameter single wall flue. If you would like a flue kit with a 5″/125mm sizing, then please specify this in the order note.
Please note that our stove is not included with this installation kit.
The flue parts in this log cabin flue kit have been designed to exit straight up through the roof of your cabin, which is the most straightforward and affordable way to install our tiny stove in your small space. By installing your stove with this log cabin flue kit, you will also benefit from the extra heat that will be radiated from your single wall flue pipe.
In contrast to log cabin flue kit 1, this small stove installation kit is tailored to cabins with a 45 degree roof pitch, although this flashing can always be swapped for one which is designed for a 0-30 degree roof pitch. This kit also has more insulated twin wall flue components, which will provide added support to your flue system. Twin wall flue pipes can also be positioned closer to combustible materials or windows than single wall flue pipes, which makes this particular flue kit great if you’re installing your small stove in a more confined space. Twin wall flue also keeps the flue gases warmer, and therefore the draw should be better.
If you’re looking to get stuck into some wood-fired stovetop cooking then it’s worth contacting us to help you configure your flue kit with our rear exit kit. This liberates the entirety of your stovetop, which gives you more space for you to use a kettle or any pans with your small stove. You can also add a stainless steel cooktop option to your Hobbit stove, which allows you to cook at a range of temperatures on your stovetop. This additional stove option also helps to prevent any abrasion to your stovetop which can be caused by your pans, and it’s also removable, which makes it quick and easy to clean.
Do I need an AD cowl?
If your cabin is surrounded by trees or other buildings, then there might not be a consistent flow of air across the top of your flue. On stormy days you might experience down draught problems, where the flue draw momentarily stops. This can potentially lead to smoke being blown back into the stove. To eliminate this, the rain cap which is included in this flue kit can be swapped for an anti-down draught cowl.
Don’t forget to also check out our case studies page to see how other people have incorporated our small stove into the design of their cabin!