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Sealing Drywall hole where Gas Water heater vents


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12-31-06, 10:34 AM   #1  
Sealing Drywall hole where Gas Water heater vents

I have a gas water heater inside the house in a closet. It vents to the roof trough the ceiling with a single pipe. The pipe gets pretty hot. Currently there is a hole in the drywall about an inch in diameter larger than the pipe, leaving a large hole going into the attic. Whats the best method of sealing this up?

 
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12-31-06, 10:49 AM   #2  
Depending on diameter of opening and pipe, there are large hinged escutcheons available for this purpose at the plumbing supply store.

 
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