When you want to keep the air in your house warmer, you want a good stove pipe.
That means one that can handle the heat, but not too hot to burn out, or too cold to burn.
But a pipe that can be used for both is useful.
That’s why we’ve compiled a list of pipe hanger, stove pipe, pipe screens and pipe hoses that can keep you warm.
To help you choose, we’ve added links to other great resources that you might find helpful.
Stovepipe Hammock Hammocks, by the way, have been around for about a century.
And they’re pretty sturdy.
They’re not as easy to get in the house as pipes, but they can hold up well against the elements.
They also don’t need to be very big to make it easy to use.
And because they’re not made from wood, they won’t rust or have a tendency to bend over time.
They can be made from materials that are commonly used for outdoor lighting and outdoor heat.
If you’re looking for a great deal on a new, sturdy outdoor stovepipe, consider these: 3-D Printed Stovepipes by Rene Gagnon.
It’s a great way to get started building a fire from materials you already have.
It costs $45 for a set of three, and the best part is that they come in a variety of colors.
Just pick a material that’s good for outdoor heating, and then print it out.
You can use them in outdoor cooking, too.
This article originally appeared on The Atlantic.