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    I am going to build my permanent oven this year in my back yard I currently have a temporary oven that I built using clay as the mortar.My question is should I have the local Fire Marshall come out and give me the ok to build or should I just build it.Am not sure on what local codes are.Do any of you other Washington builders have any knowledge.Any help or advice would be appreciated.Thanks............

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    Re: Question for Washington State Members

    I called the Seattle some-or-other to find out if I needed a permit. They hemmed and hawed a bit, then decided I didn't need a permit. Their primary concern was that it be ten feet from the property line.

    Better call them yourself though. My anecdote won't do you much good in court.

    Website: http://keithwiley.com
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      Re: Question for Washington State Members

      Thanks...I figured that you need some sore of set back limitations.Will check just to be on the safe side.Thanks