When consulting with the installers, be sure to factor in the need for proper clearances as well as ventilation and drainage. By planning these critical steps and accounting for combustibles upfront, it gives owners more options to naturally incorporate proper drainage and ventilation into the design. HPC recommends positioning venting low at grade level if possible. This keeps venting out of sight lines and offers efficiency. To minimize visibility, another strategy to consider is utilizing elongated the venting openings. If your appliance will be installed on decking, HPC offers a Deck installation kit that makes installation a seamless process. Be sure to refer to HPC’s installation instructions as well as take the time to confer with your local code and regulations.
HPC offers a vast variety of units with built in ventilation making installation easier. From our Ready to finish units to our Copper Bowl series and Phoenix Trough; each design is vented and is ready to be incorporated in existing or new landscaping and hardscaping. The venting is positioned strategically low and out of sight. Upon integrating the designs into your space, it is imperative to ensure that the venting is not blocked. Be sure to follow HPC’s installation guidelines. Need assistance? Refer to HPC Fire’s One APP under HITS; HITS offers trouble shooting solutions and provides step by step instructions for proper installation.
Check out Chuck Parson, HPC’s Training and Educational Manager Highlighting some of HPC’s Products with built in ventilation https://youtu.be/fDG4hyM6wJg. This thoughtful design offers benefits to consumers as it streamlines installation and creates proper venting that is both aesthetically pleasing and functional.
Partner with HPC to help bring your dreams to reality. Have any questions or concerns, contact Chuck Parsons and our NFI Certified Tech Team at
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