Option 1: The fireplace should be placed directly against the wall with a gap of no less than 12cm. The chimney should be at least 4 meters in length and the connection between the top of the chimney and the roof needs to be insulated and waterproof to prevent fire caused by high temperatures during combustion. If your room leaks during rain, then you should install a rainproof cap on top.
Option 2: Install the chimney in an inverted Z shape with a minimum distance of 12cm between the indoor fireplace and the wall. The total length of the indoor and outdoor chimneys must be at least 4m. The distance between the outdoor chimney and the wall should be more than 12cm. The horizontal pipe that connects both chimneys must have good insulation on walls to avoid fires due to high temperatures during combustion.
Option 3: Install the chimney in an L shape.
This method needs a smoke outlet located behind the fireplace. Also, ensure that the distance from the wall to the fireplace is over 12cm. The connection connecting the outdoor chimney's rear smoke pipe must be firmly attached to the wall. The outdoor chimney must have insulation, be greater than 4m long, and positioned not less than 12cm from the wall.
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