Roof Supported Installation Guide

Roof Supported Installation Guide
SELKIRK
®
Installation Instructions for
Model SS
Chimney
with Adjustable Roof Support
Pages 2 & 3
and
Model CF
Roof Supported Chimney
Pages 4 to 6
#880802LT
Model SS Chimney with adjustable roof support
the fireplace label. For use in accordance
with local building codes, CAN1-B149
(Installation Code for Natural Gas
Burning Appliances and Equipment) or
B139 (Installation Code for Oil Burning
Equipment).
LIST OF CONTENTS: The Roof
Support consists of two chimney plates,
two roof brackets and hardware (4 carriage bolts and nuts, 14 small sheet metal
screws No. 6 - 3/8", 12 large wood screws
No. 10 - 1/4").
CHIMNEY SIZING:
The correct chimney size is essential
to the efficient operation of the chimney
and the appliance which it serves. Before
beginning installation of the chimney, be
sure that the overall height of the chimney will conform to building code
requirements. Chimneys are required to
extend at least 900 mm (3') above the
highest point where they pass through the
roof of a building and at least 600 mm (2')
higher than any portion of a building
within 3 m (10').
INSTALLATION:
Situate the chimney in the structure so
that it can be installed without cutting
joists, sills, plates or major load bearing
partitions or members. It is also important
to locate the chimney to obtain the shortest possible connector to the heating
appliance.
1. Frame a rectangular roof opening to
provide a 50mm (2") minimum clearance from combustible materials (See
Figure 1 and Figure 3).
2. Bend both chimney plates at vertical
slots to fit outside curvature of a 30"
chimney length (Figure 3).
3. Determine the chimney plate position
on the chimney casing (See Figure 1).
4. Install two (2) carriage bolts per chimney plate in square holes.
5. Using the bent chimney plate as a template, drill 3/32" holes in the outer casing of the chimney. (Do not penetrate
more than 12 mm (1/2'') into the chimney). Attach plate with small sheet
metal screws provided.
6. Install second plate in a similar manner
on opposite side of chimney.
7. Attach Roof Brackets to the chimney
plates and centre the assembly in the
roof opening.
8. Adjust Roof Brackets to the roof pitch
and tighten nuts. Attach to the roof with
six (6) large wood screws per bracket
with the inner-most screws going into
the rafters or headers (See Figure 3).
9. Additional chimney lengths above the
support are simply stacked on and
locked with a 1/8 clockwise turn.
10. Locking Bands must be used on all
joints.
11. Finish the chimney to its required
height. If the chimney extends more
than 1.5 m (5') above the roof, additional lateral support is required.
Figure 1
IMPORTANT:
Read the following information
before installing your chimney to ensure
a successful installation and retain for reference. Consult the building authority
having jurisdiction before the installation,
to determine the need to obtain a permit.
For connection to liquid fuel or gas
fired appliances normally producing
flue gases of 540° C (1000° F) or less,
minimum installation clearances to combustibles, 50 mm (2") or as established by
support assembly. May also be installed
with listed factory-built fireplaces as
specified in fireplace manufacturer's
installation instructions and identified on
THE MAIN STAGES OF INSTALLATION FOR A CHIMNEY SYSTEM
ARE:
A) SUPPORTING
B) WEATHER PROTECTION
C) FINISHING
D) CONNECTION
The following instructions will assist
you in the installation of your Selkirk
chimney with a Roof Support. This support will hold up to 9.0 m (30') of chimney of which 6.0 m (20') may be suspended beneath it.
A) SUPPORTING:
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Selkirk Roof Brace Kit
Additional lateral support
for chimneys more than
1.5m (5') above roof
Round
Top
Locking Band on
all Joints
Chimney
Plate
Storm
Collar
Roof
Bracket
50mm (2")
minimum clearance
Metal Finishing Plate
(Section C-1)
(Supplied by customer)
Roof
Flashing
88mm
(3 1/2")min.
Follow Appliance
Instructions For
Clearance. If Not
Given, Use 460mm (18")
Minimum Clearance
30" Chimney Length
Add lengths if required
for necessary horizontal
clearance to smoke pipe
or base tee
Finishing Collar
Smoke Pipe
B) WEATHER
PROTECTION:
1. Place the Roof Flashing suitable for the
roof pitch over the chimney casing and
nail securely to the roof, top end (nearest roof peak) UNDER shingles, lower
end OVER shingles to provide a
watershed.
2. Apply caulking compound just above
the top of the flashing cone on the
chimney casing. Slide the Storm
Collar through the applied compound
and into position to ensure a waterproof joint. Apply additional caulking
compound above the Storm Collar as
required.
3. Install a Round Top (see instructions
on the Round Top carton). The Round
Top prevents entry of moisture which
might lead to premature deterioration
of the chimney.
installed in an accessible area to prevent damage and personal contact.
Enclosure walls should have a fire rating equal to or greater than the floors
or ceilings through which the chimney
passes except in single or two family
dwellings.
3. The chimney may be painted with a
HEAT RESISTANT paint. To improve
adhesion to the Model SS chimney,
degrease dry and prime the casing
before painting.
Large Wood
Screws
(provided)
Roof
Bracket
Small Sheet
Metal Screws
(provided)
30" Chimney
Length
OFFSET
INSTALLATION
Bend to fit curve
of chimney
Roof Support
Firestop Spacer can
be placed on either
side of a floor joist
level
D) CONNECTION:
Offset
Desired
Elbow
Locking
Band
If the offset length is more than 1.2m (4'), an intermediate support must be
employed at 1.2m (4') intervals. Maximum offset length 4.8m (16'). The
intermediate support must be used in conjunction with an offset support.
C) FINISHING:
1. A template is available to make a metal
finishing plate to suit your particular
ceiling pitch (Figure 1). WARNING:
Do not place insulation materials
(combustible or non-combustible)
within the specified minumum clearances to combustible materials.
Remember to maintain a 50 mm (2")
minimum clearance to any combustible material.
2. The chimney must be enclosed when
A roof support
can be used
as an interior
resupport
Locking Bands
must be used
on all joints
Chimney
Plate
50mm (2")
minimum
clearance
Offset
Height
Chimney enclosed
where accessible
50mm (2") min.
clearance
Carriage
Bolts
Figure 2
Intermediate
Support
Interior Resupport
Installation
Firestop Spacer can
be placed on either
side of a floor joist
level
Figure 3
Framed
Opening
Minimum 50mm (2")
Clearance
Figure 4
1. Connect only to low heat (liquid heat
or gas fired) appliances with continuous flue gas temperatures below 540°C
(1000°F).
2. Attach a Finishing Collar to the bottom
of the chimney with the three (3)
screws provided (See Figure 1).
3. The four (4) remaining screws are used
to attach the Base Tee or Smoke Pipe
System.
4. To comply with the Building Code, the
Base Tee can be installed with a 229
mm (9") minimum clearance between
connecting single wall pipe and combustible material providing the flue gas
temperature does not exceed 400° C
(750° F) (most oil fired appliances).
Otherwise, the Smoke Pipe System
requires 460 mm (18") minimum
clearance from combustible material
(Figure 1).
The National Fire Code of Canada
states"Every chimney flue and flue pipe
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shall be inspected and cleaned annually
or as often as may be necessary to keep
the chimney and flue pipe free from dangerous accumulations of combustible
deposits".
The Roof Support can be used as an
Offset Support or an Interior Resupport.
Install the support immediately above the
offset or at 9.14 m (30') intervals. (See
Figures 2, 3 and 4).
Approval of this factory-built chimney is based on the use of parts supplied
by Selkirk Metalbestos and installation in
accordance with these instructions.
Selkirk also manufactures Ceiling,
Interior Resupport and Wall Supports and
appropriate instructions are packaged
with these supports.
When installing a fireplace refer to
the fireplace installation instructions for
the proper chimney requirements.
SELKIRK Canada, Inc.
1400 California Ave.
Brockville, Ontario K6V 5V3
Telephone 1-800-262-8178
Fax 1-800-663-3620
Model CF Roof Supported Chimney
FUELS & APPLIANCES:
Round Top
Roof
Brace Kit
Storm Collar
Flashing
Finished
Ceiling Plate
Roof Support
The Model CF chimney, may be used for
gas, oil, wood and coal-fired residential type
appliances normally producing flue gases of
650°C (1200°F) or less.The Model CF chimney is intended for use in accordance with the
National Building Code of Canada, the
Installation Code for Oil Burning Equipment
CSA B139, Gas Burning Equipment CANB149.1 & CAN1-B149.2, and the Installation
Code for Solid Fuel Fired Appliances CSA
B365. It may be used with listed Factory Built
Fireplaces as specified in the fireplace manufacturer's installation instructions and identified on the fireplace label and with Masonry
fireplaces.
REMEMBER; AN ADEQUATE
AMOUNT OF AIR MUST BE SUPPLIED
TO THE APPLIANCE TO ENSURE
PROPER OPERATION.
Smoke Pipe
Adapter
CHOOSING YOUR
HEATING APPLIANCE:
There are three important rules for selecting a woodburning stove, fireplace or heater.
FIRST:
These installaion requirements are based on complete tests of the
Model CF Chimney In accordance wlth the Standard for 650 deg. C
Factory-Built Chlmneys CAN4 S629-M84.
Selkirk Metalbestos chlmney parts are produced under the Listing
Programme of Underwrlters' Laboratories of Canada. Each ULC Listed
part carries the label specified in their "List of Equipment and
Material”.
IMPORTANT:
A Major Cause of Chimney
Related Fires Is Failure To Maintain
Required Clearances (Air Space) To
Combustible Materials. The CF
chimney requires 50 mm (2") clearance to combustible material. DO
NOT place any type of insulation in
this required clearance space surrounding the chimney. It is of
utmost importance that this chimney be installed only in accordance
with
these
instructions.
Certification of the chimney is void
if the installation instructions are
not followed. Read Them First.
Look for a label or nameplate
attached to the appliance which
bears the mark or name of a well
known safety testing organization* or laboratory.
SECOND: Don't buy a solid fuel heating
appliance which is bigger than
necessary.
carpentry and the use of hand tools. However,
it is important that you also review the rules of
safety on the following pages. If you have any
doubt about your ability to complete your
installation in a workmanlike manner, you
should arrange for a professional installation.
RULES FOR SAFETY
DURING INSTALLATION:
1. Read all installation sheets. Look for
them in the cartons, or ask your dealer for a
complete set. Keep the instructions handy and
save them for future reference.
2. Check your local building, installation
and fire codes for all requirements affecting
the fuel-burning appliance and its chimney.
Such as:
— CSA-B365 Installation Code for Solid
Fuel Burning Appliances and Equipment.
— CSA-B139 Installation Code for Oil
Burning Equipment.
— CAN1-B149 Installation Codes for Gas
Burning Appliances and Equipment.
— National Building Code of Canada
— Provincial Building Codes
3. Obtain a building permit for both the
appliance and the chimney. Contact local
building or fire officials about restrictions and
installation inspection in your area. IMPORTANT: An improperly installed heating system can void your fire insurance.
Look or ask for complete installation, operating and maintenance instructions for the appliance. If you can't get these, buy
one that gives you all these very
important details.
4. Be very careful around electrical wiring
and be sure it is secured at least 2 inches away
from any part of the chimney. If wiring must
be relocated, hire a professional electrician.
*Such as Underwriters' Laboratories of
Canada or Warnock Hersey Professional
Services Limited.
6. Wear gloves when handling sheet metal
parts with sharp edges.
THIRD:
5. Be sure that ladders are in good condition and always rest on a level firm surface.
7. Be sure that electrically powered tools
are properly grounded.
CHIMNEY SIZING:
The correct chimney size is essential to
the efficient operation of the chimney and the
appliance which it serves. Consult the appliance manufacturer's installation instructions
or your dealer for proper chimney diameter
size.
WHEN INSTALLING YOUR CHIMNEY AND WOODBURNING STOVE OR
FIREPLACE SYSTEM, REMEMBER...
SAFETY FIRST.
You may well have a basic knowledge of
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GENERAL
INSTALLATION RULES:
1. Situate the chimney in the structure so that it
can be installed without cutting joists, sills, plates or
load bearing partitions or members.
2. Each wood or coal appliance should
have its own chimney. DON'T INTERCONNECT.
3. There should be no draft regulators on
solid fuel equipment and smoke pipes and
cleanout caps should be tight.
CHIMNEY OPERATION
AND MAINTENANCE:
4. A minimum smoke pipe length of 1 m
(3 ft.) between appliance and chimney is recommended.
All chimneys should be inspected at least
once a year to determine that their physical
integrity is being maintained. The need for
chimney maintenance also depends on the
kind of appliance and how it is operated.
Wood and coal-burning appliances may need
a great deal of chimney maintenance. Open
front fireplaces without doors usually dilute
their smoke with large amounts of air. Thus
the buildup of chimney deposits is generally
very low. "Air tight" or controlled draft wood
stoves and heaters produce dense smoke if
they are loaded for long duration or overnight
fires, and can rapidly produce heavy, thick
creosote deposits. It is possible, by having a
short duration daily hot fire, to burn off these
deposits or prevent them from building up to
dangerous levels. This takes skillful operation
and an appreciation of how to get the correct
temperature.
5. Flue gas temperature should not normally exceed 650°C (1200°F). If in doubt
install a flue gas thermometer.
Figure 1
Before Assembly of Insulated Joints
Outer Bead
Isolant
COMPLETED JOINT
Insulation Compressed
Insulation Should be
Below Outer Bead
So that it is Compressed
during Assembly.
Locking Band
Seated All
Around
Locking Band
Upper (Male) End
Should Be Full
Of Insulation To
Top Of Pipe
Insulation
Insulation In Contact
Male End
NOTE: When the insulation retainers melt or volatize during high temperature
operation, the compressed insulation will fill in.
CF JOINT SECURITY:
High internal gas temperatures in a chimney force the internal pipe to expand or lengthen. This, along with a chimney cleaning brush,
may cause the joints to separate if they are not
securely locked.
Suspended
Length
Sheet Metal
Screws
WARNING:
b) Support all offsets with an offset support and adequate strapping.
c) Attach smoke pipe parts securely to
each other, and to the appliance using three
sheet metal screws per joint.
1. The clasp lockbands are simply seated
in the beads of the joints and clipped together.
Figure 1 & 2A.
2. To remove the lockband, the clasp is
pushed in and then unhooked. Figure 2B (Lift
the clasp with a screwdriver if necessary).
3. When a chimney section is suspended
e.g.: below a ceiling support then the band and
the joints should be fastened using two (2) #6
x 1/2" sheet metal screws. (Drill 3/32 holes).
Figures 3.
Figure 2
A.
B.
Depending on the rate of buildup, as you
learn what is going on in the chimney, you can
adjust your cleaning schedule.
If you have any doubts about your ability
to clean the chimney, or if the deposits are
very heavy and hard to remove, call a professional chimney sweep. Do not try to burn
them off.
It doesn't matter how careful you are with
loading, fuel wood selection or draft control,
you should observe the above precautions
with any wood stove or chimney installation.
CHIMNEY FIRES
AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT
THEM
Figure 3
a) The chimney pipe and fittings must be
assembled only with the locking bands as furnished.
black deposits change to light ash, or fall
down the chimney. You can hear the sound of
falling deposits when temperature conditions
are right. After wards reinspect the chimney
and the inside of the appliance for deposits.
Do not use chemical cleaners, they may corrode the inside of the chimney. They may or
may not prevent or remove creosote. When
they are used together with a hot fire, it is
probably the fire that is doing the work.
CREOSOTE AND SOOT
FORMATION AND NEED
FOR REMOVAL:
When wood is burned slowly, it produces
tar and other organic vapors, which combine
with expelled moisture to form creosote. The
creosote vapors condense in the relatively
cool chimney flue of a slow-burning fire. As a
result, creosote residue accumulates on the
flue lining. When ignited, this creosote makes
an extremely hot fire.
With coal, which can burn with a smoky
fire, this smoke also condenses in the chimney
to form soot.
The chimney should be inspected at least
once every 2 weeks during the heating season
to determine if a creosote or soot buildup has
occurred.
If creosote or soot has accumulated, it
should be removed to reduce the risk of chimney fire.
If you see deposits more than 1/16 inch
thick, clean all of the chimney parts mechanically. This means using brushes, scraping or
equivalent. Don't start a chimney fire! With
only slight deposits, try a hot fire to see if the
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Your Selkirk Metalbestos Model CF
Chimney is not intended or designed for use
as a combustion or fire chamber. It is very
easy to overfire your woodburning appliance
with kindling, scrap lumber, brush or any fast
burning fuel. This can produce flames and
high temperatures all the way up the chimney,
and may cause chimney damage.
If you see your appliance or the smoke
pipe glowing red, you are risking chimney
damage, or a fire. The creosote may be burning inside the chimney. If you see flames coming out of the top, you are either overfiring or
there is a chimney fire.
If the fire in your heater has gotten out of
control, or if you suspect a chimney fire for
any reason, follow these steps:
1. Immediately close all dampers and/or
air entrance openings to your appliance. This
includes doors on all types of stoves. Block
off fireplace openings.
2. Alert your family to the possible danger.
3. Inspect your appliance and chimney
surroundings for possible fire. If in doubt,
alert your fire department.
4. Do not continue to use your appliance
until it and your chimney have been thoroughly inspected. Overheating can cause metal
parts to expand, buckle and crack. If you are
not certain, have a qualified heating man disassemble all parts so they can be inspected
and replaced.
5. Do not use salt or water on the fire in
your appliance. Salt is corrosive and water
will cause a dangerous steam explosion. You
might be able to control the fire by using
ashes, sand or baking soda, since baking soda
is an ingredient used for dry chemical fire
extinguishers.
6. After a chimney fire, when it is safe to do
so, check intemal locations such as the attic and
under the roof and keep wat ching for two or
three hours. There may be delayed smolder ing
and subsequent ignition, even if the fire inside
the chimney has been controlled.
Table 1. Framing and Support Table
Model CF Chimney
Inside Diameter
6"
Outside Diameter
267mm (10-1/2")
Enclosure Framlng
(Square)
369mm (14-1/2")
Ceiling Support
Framing (Square)
362mm (14-1/4")
7"
299mm (11-3/4")
8”
330mm (13'')
400mm (15-3/4")
432mm (17")
362mm (14-1/4") 362mm (14-1/4”)
Approx. weight
kg/m (Ibs.lft.)
11.5 (8)
13.5 (9)
Maximum Height for all supporting methods
Ceiling Support Package
12 m (40')
Interior Resupport Assembly
Offset Support
9 m (30')
Wall Brace Kit
7.9 m (26')
Wall Support Package
12 m (40')
Insulated Tee
12 m (40')
Roof Support
9 m (30')
15.5 (10.5)
All
Sizes
Minimum Clearance to combustlbles 50 mm (2") all sizes.
Note: 6 m (20') of chimney may be suspended
below any Support (other than a wall support)
using locking band and screws at each point.
CHIMNEY OFFSETS:
One pair of 30 degree elbows can be used
to provide a sloped offset of 30 degrees. The
maximum permissible angle with solid fuel
installation is 30 degrees. An offset data table
is supplied to determine the offset desired and
the offset height.
Chimney Length
A
B
Table 2.
Elbow
2x30°
2x30°
2x30°
2x30°
6” Dia.
Length
A
9"
495mm
(19 1/2")
12"
559mm
(22")
18"
695mm
(27 3/8")
36" 1089mm
(42 7/8")
B
1B7mm
(7 3/8")
225mm
(8 7/8”)
302mm
(11 7/8")
530mm
(20 7/8")
7” Dia
A
537mm
(21 1/8")
600mm
(23 5/8")
737mm
(29")
1130mm
(44 1/2")
B
203mm
(8")
235mm
(9 1/4")
311mm
(12 1/4")
540mm
(21 1/4")
mm (1-1/2") into the chimney). Attach plate
with small sheet metal screws provided.
6. Install second plate in similar manner
on opposite side of the chimney.
7. Attach roof brackets to the chimney
plates and center the assembly in the roof
opening.
8. Adjust roof brackets to the roof pitch
and tighten nuts. Attach to the roof with six
(6) large wood screws per bracket with the
inner-most screws going into the rafters or
headers (Figure 4).
9. Additional chimney lengths above the
support are simply stacked on and locked
using a locking band.
10. Finish the chimney off to its proper
height. Chimneys are required to extend at
least 900 mm (3') above the highest point
where they pass through the roof of a building
and at least 600 mm (2') higher than any portion of a building within 3 m (10').
11. Place the roof flashing suitable for the
roof pitch over the chimney casing and nail
securely to the roof, top end (nearest roof
peak) UNDER shingles, lower end OVER
shingles to provide a watershed.
12. Apply a 1/4" bead of suitable grey or
white caulking compound just above the top
of the flashing cone on the chimney casing.
Slide the storm collar downward through the
applied compound and into position to ensure
a waterproof joint. Apply additional caulking
compound above the storm collar as required.
13. The chimney, thus supported, requires
another point of stabilization. For any pitched
roof, a roof brace kit is required. Follow
instructions packaged with it or the round top.
14. Install a round top (see instructions on
the round top carton). The round top prevents
entry of moisture which might lead to premature deterioration of the chimney.
the lower end of the chimney. Secure with the
locking band. The stub end of the adapter is
intended to fit inside of the smoke pipe from a
solid fuel appliance, thus preventing condensate drips at the chimney connection. Fig. 5.
4. Secure the smoke pipe from the appliance to the smoke pipe adapter using 3 sheet
metal screws.
5. Finish the connection from the chimney
to the stove using smoke pipe. Secure together
and to the appliance using 3 sheet metal screws
per joint.
6. The chimney may be painted with a heat
resistant paint. To improve adhesion to the
Model CF chimney, degrease, dry and follow
the paint manufacturer's application instructions. Refer to their paint warranty (if applicable).
Figure 4
Large Wood Screws
(Provided)
Roof Bracket
Carriage
Bolts
Chimney
Plate
Small Sheet
Metal Screws (Provided)
Framed
Opening
50mm (2") Minimum
Clearance
Chimney
Lenght
Bend to fit curve
of chimney
Figure 5
Round Top
Lower end of
Verticle
Chimney
Locking
Band
Roof Brace Kit
Additional
Lateral
Support
Basecap Smoke
Smoke Pipe Adapter
8” Dia
A
543mm
(21 3/8")
606mm
(23 7/8")
743mm
(29 1/4")
1137mm
(44 3/4”)
B
200mm
(7 7/8")
238mm
(9 3/8")
314mm
(12 3/8")
543mm
21 3/8”)
ROOF SUPPORT
INSTALLATION:
NOTE: Roof support can hold 9 m (30') of
chimney 6 m (20') of which can be suspended.
1. Frame a rectangular roof opening to provide a 50 mm (2") minimum clearance from
combustible materials. Figure 4.
2. Bend both chimney plates at vertical slots
to fit the outside curvature of the chimney.
3. Determine the chimney plate position
on the chimney casing.
4. Install two (2) carriage bolts per chimney plate in square holes.
5. Using the bent chimney plate as a template, drill 3/32" holes, in the outer casing of
the chimney. (Do not penetrate more than 12
Locking
Band on
all Joints
Chimney
Plate
FINISHED CEILING
PLATE INSTALLATION:
1. Using the template provided, cut a
hole in the finishing plate corresponding
to your pitch of ceiling.
2. Using the finishing plate as a template, cut out the insulation and fit the
finishing plate to the installation.
3. Screw the plate into position (Fig. 6).
H
Storm
Collar
2/3H
Roof
Flashing
Roof
Bracket
Refer to Installation
Codes for clearance to
single wall pipe. (Normally
450mm (18") minimum
clearance is required.
152mm
(6") min.
Figure 6
Min.
50mm (2")
50 mm (2") Min.
Air Space Only
Screws
Finished
Ceiling
Plate
COMPLETING THE
INSTALLATION:
1. Hang chimney lengths from the roof
supported length. Make sure they are locked
into position using a lock band and sheet
metal screws.
2. When the chimney is between 1 m (3') to 1.8
m (6') from your stove, install a smoke pipe adapter.
3. Place smoke pipe adapter (with flange
up) into basecap and place this assembly in
Insulation
Selkirk Canada, Inc.
1400 California Ave.
Brockville, Ontario K6V 5V3
Tel 1-800-267-8178
Fax 1-800-663-3620
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LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Selkirk Metalbestos Chimney & Venting Products
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY:
Selkirk Canada Inc., ("Selkirk", "we", "us", "our") warrants Selkirk products* to be free from defects in material and workmanship
for as long as the original consumer owns the system.
For products installed after January 1, 2000, for a period of Ten (10) years from original installation, we will provide replacement
product with a similar or like quality of available Selkirk product, free of charge excluding any installation costs. From the
Eleventh (11) through Fifteenth (15) years we will provide replacement product to the original consumer at a cost of 75% off the
published Retail Price in effect on the date the claim is received excluding any installation costs. At expiration of the Fifteen (15)
year term, we will provide replacement product to the original consumer at a cost of 50% off the published Retail Price in effect
on the date the claim is received excluding any installation costs.
* additional coverage applies to Model CF Chimney
LIMITATIONS:
• Products must be installed for their intended purpose and in accordance with current Selkirk installation instructions.
• Products must be connected to an appliance listed with an accredited testing laboratory.
WARNING: FAILURE TO INSTALL SELKIRK PRODUCTS ACCORDING TO THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS
WILL VOID ALL APPLICABLE WARRANTIES AND MAY RESULT IN FIRE, CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING OR DEATH.
SEE OUR SELKIRK INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETE INSTALLATION PROCEDURES.
WARRANTY COVERAGE:
This warranty covers any substantial defects in material and workmanship in normal use that are found to exist in any of the
insulated chimney sections or component parts of your chimney with the exception stated below.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
(a) any non-stainless base tee unit mounted or connected to
an Insulated Chimney system;
(b) costs (labor or otherwise **) associated with either
removing a previously installed product, installing a
replacement product, transportation or return of a product,
or transportation of replacement product;
(c) damage to the finish of products caused by the use of
improper solvents/chemicals or improper cleaning methods;
(d) damage resulting from failure to reasonably clean, care
for or maintain products in accordance with our installation
instructions/recommendations;
(e) damage (to products, appliances or structure) based on
or resulting from improper installation or repair, misuse or
abuse (including, but not limited to, excessive or improper
operating condition), or alteration or adjustment other than
in conformity with our installation instructions and
specifications, whether performed by a contractor, service
company, technician, or yourself;
(f) any products that have been moved from their original
installation site.
(g) damage caused by burning driftwood, garbage, or any
other prohibitive material has been burned in the appliance
served by the chimney
(h) damage that results from accidents such as fire, flood,
high winds, "acts of God", or any other contingency beyond
our control.
** Due to the wide variance in installation practices and other conditions beyond our control, we do not guarantee or in any
way warrant the installation of Chimney and Venting products.
CLAIM PROCEDURE:
If you believe that a product is defective, notify us in writing at the following location:
SELKIRK CANADA INC.
1400 California Avenue
Brockville, Ontario, CANADA, K6V 5V3
ATTN: WARRANTY CLAIMS DEPARTMENT
Notification should include a description of the product, model and serial number (if applicable) and a description of the product defect. Upon receipt of a written claim under this limited warranty and evidence of the date of purchase or installation, at
our option and in our sole discretion, we will provide replacement product with similar or like quality of available Selkirk product excluding any installation costs. Selkirk Canada Inc. reserves the right to inspect or investigate any warranty claims prior to
determining whether to provide replacement product. If, as determined by Selkirk Canada Inc, repair or replacement of the
product is not commercially practicable or cannot be completed in a timely manner, we may refund the purchase price paid for
the product, prorated to the terms of this warranty, upon verification by providing a copy of your invoice or receipt of bill of sale.
Selkirk Metalbestos products covered under this warranty:
Model SS Plus, SSII, DS, SL, DWS, AFLX, SFLX, RV, QC, DWC, WV
SELKIRK
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