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Old 01-07-2014, 07:16 AM
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Looks like you are off to a very good start! One foot after the other, it will all unfold and by the look of your work so far I reckon it will be very special when you are done.
Thank you very much. Ya everyone is waiting ti have some pizza
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Why didnt you build the roof over the oven and benches?
It will be covered, just with a separate structure, a flat roof will attach to the side of the beam, Because of the property line and how the build has been set up it would not have worked out with the main structure, so well have to build a smaller roof/cover that attaches.
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Some update from the past few days.


Roof shingles of the main patio was completed.



Started wrapping the posts with those antique bricks i still have lots left over. First i applied roof tar on posts of avoid termite and rot damage.



Then we build the structure/roof over the oven/counter, still not done.



Base plates for the metal posts.

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We need to add 3 rows of bricks to the chimney to gain some height.

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That's coming together really well !!
Like the further use of the old brick around the posts. Is there plans to use more in the outdoor kitchen, or have the supply finally been used.
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V-wiz, code for that type of framing is 2" clearance around the chimney. Also, three courses will not make your chimney code compliant. Just some FYI and a heads up.
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That's coming together really well !!
Like the further use of the old brick around the posts. Is there plans to use more in the outdoor kitchen, or have the supply finally been used.
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Thanks Dave, i still have lots of them bricks left over, i will create a planter wall right across the trees along the perimeter of the property.
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V-wiz, code for that type of framing is 2" clearance around the chimney. Also, three courses will not make your chimney code compliant. Just some FYI and a heads up.
Thanks alot for the heads up, i think we will change that out when we get a chance. How hot do you think the bricks can get at the top of the chimney?
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Been thinking about the chimney. I just may fabricate a chimney cap/top plate and just secure a 8" flue into the cap. That way the flue will go out the side of the fascia/roof. What do you guys think.
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Clearance guideline...."Chimneys shall extend 3 feet above the high point of roof penetration, and at least 2 feet higher than any portion of the roof within
10 feet, measured horizontally."

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