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thebigt 03-07-2013 06:28 PM

Harringbone Pattern
 
So the oven plans that I have call for harringbone pattern for the hearth. Is there any advantage to doing this to make the extra work worthwhile?

thebigt 03-07-2013 07:48 PM

Re: Harringbone Pattern
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Karangi Dude (Post 147202)
Setting the hearth bricks in a herringbone pattern at 45 degrees will alleviate problems like the peel, pots or pans from catching on the joins.

Thanks sounds like its a good idea to do then. I will incorporate it into my build this summer

nissanneill 03-07-2013 09:29 PM

Re: Harringbone Pattern
 
The big T

Quote:

Is there any advantage to doing this to make the extra work worthwhile?
I really don't understand where your thoughts are mate!
How much extra work is there from laying the bricks in a Herringbone pattern, Stacked bond or as a brick wall pattern, known as Running Bond.
See the pattern alternatives here:

Patio Brick Patterns

Cheers.

Neill


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