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crwdtb 02-11-2011 04:28 PM

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taken a while to put the last bricks in, maybe cause because once you can cook in the oven and its functional the rush to finish it diminished somewhat. Anyway now I have to start on the outdoor kitchen now!
Cheers
CRWDTB

Lburou 02-26-2011 03:52 PM

Re: finally finished
 
Something to be proud of crwdtb :)

I like the continuity between the brick veneer on the oven and stand and the patio brick, nice touch :)

Taxin 03-02-2011 08:10 PM

Re: finally finished
 
Good job will be starting a modular soon it arrives tommorow I am getting excited to start the work :)

crwdtb 03-02-2011 09:04 PM

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made a start on kitchen , making it up as I go, probably put fridge on left and bin on right

brickie in oz 03-02-2011 09:21 PM

Re: finally finished
 
Probably too late now, but you should have put some flashing underneath the pine bottom plate, it will rot away in 1 or 2 years from the moisture. :(

crwdtb 03-02-2011 09:26 PM

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even if it is to be a substructure? I am coveringing it in cement sheeting then bricking it in, like the oven. will it still rot you think? cant see it getting that wet.:confused:

brickie in oz 03-02-2011 09:34 PM

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Radiata pine is notorious for failing with moisture.
You need to keep it off the ground, covering it may protect it but if you get a leak it will rot.
Treated pine would have been a better option outdoors.

Tman1 03-03-2011 05:16 AM

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If you could somehow lift that untreated pine off the ground.. even 1/4" to allow any water to weep away that would be a big help. The other thing you can do,is make sure the enclosed area has ventilation. That way any water that does get in, can evaporate and get out. Somehow get at least 2 vents in there.. in the back maybe where it's not seen? If you could get 4 in, even better (2 down low, 2 up high to encourage air movement.

The venting will help with any scenario, so try to get that in there.

Taxin 03-03-2011 09:17 AM

Re: finally finished
 
typically we use treated lumber like brikie said you may be able to slide a piece of sheet metal under the bottom plate

crwdtb 03-03-2011 12:41 PM

Re: finally finished
 
I AM KICKING MYSELF FOR NOT USING TREATED PINE! WHAT WAS I THINKING?
thinking i should maybe tear it down?


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