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    Need some help. I have covered my oven in metal lather in preparation for stucco. I have carried the insulation to cover the chimney area but I am at a los whether to secure with metal lathe or concrete board/hardibacker. The metal lathe is exactly easy to work worth to create smooth crisp lines around my chimney area. Where should I proceed from here? I have ttached some pictures so everyone can visualize what I'm talking about.
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    Re: Stainless Steel Front Entry

    I can't see any insulation in your pics. You can secure the blanket's form with some mesh. Most folk then give it a layer of vermicrete to even out all the lumps and bumps, then do a layer of stucco. Or are you intending to build a dog kennel over the thing? Either way you may as well cover the entry in blanket too.
    Last edited by david s; 09-15-2013, 02:03 PM.
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      Re: Stainless Steel Front Entry


      Thanks for the reply. I wanted to show pictures of the metal (dog house) that was supplied by FB for the build before I attached the metal lathe. I went ahead & attached the lathe over the insulation and around the chimney area.


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        Re: Stainless Steel Front Entry

        Originally posted by kkgator View Post
        I wanted to show pictures of the metal (dog house) that was supplied by FB for the build before I attached the metal lathe.
        Supplied from Forno Bravo?
        It looks like the first year apprentice made it as a homework project.......
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