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Old 10-30-2013, 01:41 PM
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Great looking door! You have an excellent eye for what looks good! While Im waiting on a roofer I may have to jump on the door thing. I have several pieces of 1" CFB left over.
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Old 10-30-2013, 03:43 PM
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Thank you Garner. The door was a filler project, I need to pick up the stone for my roof but I'm not sure when I can get to it.

I am looking forward to seeing your roof material
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Old 10-31-2013, 01:15 PM
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Another filler project done, the granite ridge caps. These are the last of my usable granite, the rest are small blocks..maybe I'll make some pavers or something.

I just dry set them for now.
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After the stone roof goes on, I'll make some sort of cap for the gable end....not sure exactly yet, but I have a couple ideas.
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The small piece will probably be set close to the chimney when it's time.
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They will be elevated on the ridge with durock, then flashed with two layers of 30# felt or ice & water...whatever I have kicking around.
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Aside from cutting the granite into a rectangle, all the shaping was done by hand....again, I tried not to fuss too much, I want these things to look old.
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Old 10-31-2013, 01:31 PM
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Not bad for a beginner.
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Looks good.

Curious what the retail price would be on all that if you were doing it for a customer...
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Looks good.

Curious what the retail price would be on all that if you were doing it for a customer...
No way I'm answering that....unless I'm hired.
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Old 10-31-2013, 01:52 PM
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I'm betting lots of zeroes...
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With custom work, the final number is determined by the client. A lot of the components of this oven were custom made from raw form granite or concrete, so that would have an effect on pricing.

It really comes down to what the client values or wants.
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This is truly impressive work,i never knew pizza ovens could look so good
Your workmanship is to be highly commended.
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Thank you CB.

14 peeps for pizza today!
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