Wood Stove Damper question
Any opinion on having a damper in the single wall pipe a few feet above a wood stove that is a straight run up 14' feet and through a roof?
Several stove places, and people have said since the stove itself has a front damper, I don't need one in the pipe. I know the stove I grew up with, never had a damper in the pipe, just the one on the door of the stove.
Any thoughts if I should go ahead and install a damper in the pipe? Does a "double" damper system work better than simply using the one on the door of the stove itself?