I've bought this wee wood burner to go in the corner of my office/workshop.
The building is a converted summer house at the top of the garden. I'm planning to place the stove on thick slate. There will be about 30cm between the burner and the walls at each right angled side. I'm putting up some fire board on top of the plasterboard at each side as well.
Is there a best practice for flue type? Are there regulations I need to follow? My main concern is that it is a wooden building. I've seen cheap 4" diameter flue sections for £25 for 2.5m saying they are fine for DIY flue's, but I've also seen more expensive vitreous enamel flue's
I'm trying to keep it to as cheap a budget as possible, but at the same time want to do the job properly so that it is safe and lasts a long time.
Anyone share there own DIY builds? Obviously mine doesn't need to look amazing as it is just there to boil my water and heat the place up.