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Old 08-01-2008, 09:29 AM
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Default Re: How to minimize smoke on Facade

Those parts are all precast GRFC (Glass reinforced fiber concrete). I purchased them from a guy here in Denver Architectural Accents - Fireplace mantels, fireplace surrounds, columns, medallions, crown molding.

If you think about ordering some precast stuff, make sure you stetch out the actual dimensions, since most of these pieces are made to go on houses, many of them are huge!

The sill is a fireplace mantle that came in three pieces and we cut it down (we being me and the masons, I built the oven and framed it, but masons put the decorative stone on...it had to look good you know?)

I do not have an inner lip to close the door up against, but I would add that if I did it again. I do a lot of baking and my door (before I burned it up, but that is another story) rests against the bottom of the vent.
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