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3″ TINY HOUSE Small Stove Installation Kit – METAL Roof Exit BUNDLE

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$524.00 $471.00

A roof installation is one of the easiest and cheapest installations for wood stoves. This 3″ kit comes with everything you need to safely get through the metal or rubber roof of your tiny house, shed or small cabin. If you have a shingle or rubber roof, use the 3″ Shingle Roof Kit instead.  Use our flue parts calculator to build a complete parts list for your project.

Save 10% when buying these parts as a kit! Shop around – you won’t find a more complete kit for Tiny Spaces!

3” Roof Support Mounting Bracket

In stock (can be backordered)

3″ Insulated Stainless-Steel Flue Pipe

40"

3" Storm Collar

In stock

4"- 7" Hightemp Silicone Pipe Boot Gasket

In stock

3” Stainless-Steel Roof Vent

In stock (can be backordered)

3” Single to Double Adapter

In stock (can be backordered)

3" Interior Trim Plate

In stock

3” Single-Wall Telescoping Stove Pipe

In stock

3” Double-Wall Pipe Clamp × 2

In stock

3” Single-Wall Pipe Clamp

In stock

Stove Gasket Cement

SKU: 3"THMetalRoofKit Categories: ,

This kit is for venting 3” stoves like: The Dwarf 3kw LITE (pre-2019 models), Cubic-Mini Cub & Grizzly and the Pipsqueak, through the metal or rubber roof of a tiny house, shed or small cabin.  If you have a shingle or rubber roof, use the 3″ Shingle Roof Kit instead.

Note: If using this kit on the Cubic-Mini line of stoves you’ll need to tweak the male end of our pipe to fit the stove or use our Cubic Mini adapter.  See our primer on Cubic Mini flue systems here.

 

Note: Since every installation is a little bit different you will need additional single wall pipe and may need additional double-wall pipe to complete your installation. Use our flue parts calculator to help figure out how much extra pipe you need in addition to the kit.

Code for residential installation says, “ 3 ft minimum from roof penetration and 2 ft minimum above highest point of anything within 10 ft.”

Weight 1 oz

3” Roof Support Mounting Bracket

Weight 54 oz
Dimensions 7 × 9 × 10 in

3″ Insulated Stainless-Steel Flue Pipe

Weight .25 oz
Dimensions N/A
Length

40"

3" Storm Collar

Weight 9 oz
Dimensions 2 × 11 × 11 in

4"- 7" Hightemp Silicone Pipe Boot Gasket

Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 5 × 11 × 11 in

3” Stainless-Steel Roof Vent

Weight 38 oz
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 10 in

3” Single to Double Adapter

Weight 19 oz
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 7 in

3" Interior Trim Plate

Weight 28 oz
Dimensions 1 × 12 × 16 in

3” Single-Wall Telescoping Stove Pipe

Weight 23 oz
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 15 in

3” Double-Wall Pipe Clamp

Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 4 × 6 × 6 in

3” Single-Wall Pipe Clamp

Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 4 in

Stove Gasket Cement

Weight 5 oz
Dimensions 8 × 2 × 1.5 in

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  1. Question

    Lorrie Bosick

    Looks like a great set up for self installer. I am not able to do this install. If you know of any experienced Installers in Northern, CA or Nevada, have them contact me [email removed]

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    • Dan

      Dan

      Lorrie- Thanks for the question. While most of our customers self-install their wood stoves, a fair number of them get professional help. You can check out our featured installers to see if there’s someone in your area that we’ve worked with before. You can also contact your local chimney sweep company to see if they do installs, or know anyone who will.

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  2. Cubic Mini in BC

    Cubic Mini in BC

    Which 3" stove did you install? Cubic Mini Cub

    Just need to say, in the way of a great big thank you, that the support team at Tiny Wood Stove is absolutely fantastic. A specially huge shout-out to Dan!! The team was always prompt in replying to my orders and to my many questions—above and beyond what could be expected—and all their advice was pertinent and well-thought out.
    A bit of history: When I bought my wall-mounted Cubic stove two years ago, Cubic didn’t offer insulated exit pipes/chimneys and they recommended Tiny Wood Stove to me. I was a bit concerned as I live in Canada and the exchange on the dollar was going to hurt. However, the kindness and cooperation re shipping advice etc. rid me of worries early on. Due to personal reasons, work on the project was delayed by a couple of years and yet when I contacted Tiny Wood Stove, they had me on file and were super as I went about installing the stove and the chimney, even though we were dealing with an earlier product line and not the latest up-to-date models now available.
    I leave you to imagine the difficulties of using two different companies’ products and dealing with a tricky installation in an eccentric cobb studio with ceiling and roofing eccentricities to match. However, you don’t have to imagine the kind and generous support that led to a successful and good-looking installation (if I do say so myself) because I’m here to tell you the support was stellar.
    Thank you all at Tiny Wood Stove for dealing with a 72 yr. old luddite!

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    • Tiny Wood Stove Staff Dan

      Thanks so much for the review! I’m glad I was able to help with your tricky install, and while I know it took a little more work than you were planning on, the finished result looks fantastic.

      For context, this install uses Cubic Mini’s double-wall connector pipe painted black with a Cubic Mini wall mount. The top of the Cubic Mini pipe had to be cut shorter to make everything land correctly and avoid a clearance violation with the ceiling rafters. Since the current Cubic Mini adapter wasn’t available when this order was placed, the Single-to-Double adapter is hacked to fit inside of the cut end of the Cubic Mini pipe, which is covered with a single-wall clamp. Then, everything above that is our standard 3″ Tiny House Roof Exit kit, passing through a custom-made sheet metal box.

      Ideally, if we were going to do this again, we’d use a shorter Cubic Mini pipe in the exact length you need to avoid having to cut it. Then we could use the Cubic Mini adapter on top to easily transition to the Single-To-Double adapter. But it’s good to know that the pipes can be made to fit together with a cut Cubic Mini pipe.

      Ultimately, it’s a really nice looking finished product, and I know you’ll be spending many cold Winter days enjoying the real wood fire in your tiny house.

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    • Cubic Mini in BC

      Thanks again Dan. I’m thrilled with it.

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  3. Matthew T. Null

    Couldn't be easier!

    Matthew T. Null (verified owner)

    Which 3" stove did you install? Fatsco Tiny Tot

    I ordered the 3″ metal roof chimney kit and was super easy to install. Well put together kit and owner of the company was so helpful and friendly getting everything I needed. Dan even helped to expedite my package so I could complete on schedule. Very good product and company!

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