I have a screened in back porch that I have converted into an outdoor kitchen. I enclosed half of it and left the other half screened in. It is one big room, half screened in half not. Make since??
Question is, I am putting my smoker (MES 40) on the end of the porch that is not screened in and of course the smoke is going to be pretty thick on that end of the porch while smoking. I thought about using a dryer vent type pipe to vent the smoke out of wall and outside of the porch. I hope I described everything so it can be pictured correctly. Anyway, do ya'll think with the dryer vent being hooked to the top vent of my smoker and then ran approximately three feet and outside the exterior wall will affect the draft or smoke production in anyway?? I use one of the Masterbuilt Cold Smoker attachments to generate my smoke.
I posted this question on another discussion and questions of creosote (not sure that is the correct spelling), heat in the wall, and if going out the wall or roof with my vent pipe was better or if it made any difference at all.