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  • stainless steel roof

    Probably overkill , but here's my 1/8" stainless steel roof. TIG welded so it's sealed. I still need to buff it to give it a swirled finish (you can see where I started, but the only pad I had left shot across the yard) and add flashing around the chimney. Last thing to do is make the door (will be stainless also).

    My goal for the patio is ZERO maintenance, so everything will be finished in stone and stainless.


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    Well I think you have done a great job. Simple yet not so expensive and energy efficient.
    Last edited by ryanarguello; 08-08-2014, 10:05 PM.


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      Re: stainless steel roof

      be careful of those corners....they are probably near eye-level.