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Old 07-01-2009, 10:19 AM
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Default Re: New Seattle Oven

I think the build time is highly dependent on your planning, skills, tools available, supply of willing helpers, etc. As far as cost, it seems to be on par with other areas of the country. I've yet to tally up all of my expenses to date, but I'm probably $800 in so far. Not sure how much more I'll spend, but I still need more bricks, insulating blankets, enclosure materials... So probably somewhere around $1500 to $2000. But I feel like this is one of those Master Card commercials where the eventual tag-line is "priceless".
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