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old boiler, new vent

annieh
annieh Member Posts: 1
I have an older ( 20 years maybe ? )Utica Boiler that I need to pull the vent out of the chimney , along with the hot water heater vent and re vent them elsewhere.  Is it possible to power vent these through a sidewall?



Thank you.

Comments

  • icesailor
    icesailor Member Posts: 7,265
    New vents:

    Surre. You can power vent them through a sidewall. But they must be separate and individual. You can't have one power venter for two appliances.
  • Steamhead
    Steamhead Member Posts: 14,834
    Why

    do you have to do this? If the chimney just needs a liner, it's far less complicated to have one installed..................
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  • Henry
    Henry Member Posts: 988
    Sidewall vent

    You can sidewall vent a gas appliance if, it was previously certified as sidewall vented. You cannot legaly and whitout liability, sidewall an appliance that was not certified for sidewall venting. You cannot vent two appliances in the same sidewall vent, legaly!

    Yes S/S chimney liners are cheaper to solve a chimney issue, in most cases.



    Please find yourself a reputable and licensed contractor to propose the right solution with no fatal effects by monking around with venting!
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