Replacing a Pipe in a Wall?

Answer A leaking pipe can case numerous problems in your home. Aside from increasing your water bill, a leak can damage surrounding floors. In addition, if the leak is located inside a wall, the water can... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Replacing a Pipe in a Wall

Can a furnace exhaust pipe be vented out a wall?

It is possible to vent a furnace through a wall, but most manufacturers prefer vertical venting through the roof. Venting through the roof often involves running the vent pipes through the living a... Read More »

How to Penetrate an Outside Wall With PVC Pipe?

There are many reasons you would want to penetrate an outside wall with a PVC pipe. PVC pipes are either used as drains or vents in typical construction. Some applications where PVC pipes might pen... Read More »

How big a hole is needed through a wall for 6"stove pipe?

You will need a hole that is 42 inches in diameter for a 6-inch stove pipe to fit it through a wall, according to the College of Natural Resources at the University of Idaho.References:University o... Read More »

How to Connect Two Pieces of Triple-Wall Chimney Pipe?

Triple-wall chimney pipe is an insulated, air-blanketed piece commonly used for fireplaces, furnaces, wood stoves, ranges, water heaters and other appliances fueled by wood, coal, gas or oil. This ... Read More »