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Old 01-16-2014, 07:40 AM
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Yep, I know about that warranty.

I'm doing stucco and timber for my cabinet base. I use Durock permabase for the sheathing. Not sure when I'll get to the pour, I just finished travertine backsplashes, cabinets and plumbing in our master bath, and it's on to the granite counters and tile in the kitchen.

I'll probably squeeze the concrete somewhere in between it all...the good thing is, I have done it enough to where it's a relatively fast process... Should only take me 5-6 hours from layout to cover up.
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Old 01-18-2014, 04:41 AM
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Slowly but surely..............metal lath starts today
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Old 01-24-2014, 06:17 PM
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Well the metal lath is complete............... Wow and I thought a stucco faux chimney was the easy way out. I think a real brick chimney would have been a breeze compared to all the work I put in the steel studs, cement board, tar paper and metal lath and then stucco. All those corners and angles took me forever to get the lath on............Oh well live and learn...........Got started on the brick accents.

Once I finish the brick work, I will be on the homeward stretch after stucco.

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I had all little friend watched me work, stayed with me pretty much all day.
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Old 01-24-2014, 06:43 PM
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I had all little friend watched me work, stayed with me pretty much all day.
At least it wasn't a bunch of vultures circling around.


Looks good...but you should have done it in masonry.
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What is it with the Predatory Fowl and our WFO's?
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What is it with the Predatory Fowl and our WFO's?
All I see are crows. And no, I'm not going to eat them!
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Hey KB maybe its waiting for a tasty morsal from that oven,

Must admit i'm glad I am sticking with an igloo. So much easier.

The next oven when swmbo and I move into new home we just purchased, in a couple of years I'm thinking I will do the same as I have now, with a slight variation where I will have a wall behind the decorative arch to make it look like a dog house enclosure but behind this I will leave just the rendered dome. I will include my signature again too, the yin and yang will be prevalent in this build also.

Nice neat job KB amazing build.
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Old 01-27-2014, 02:11 PM
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At least it wasn't a bunch of vultures circling around.


Looks good...but you should have done it in masonry.
As slow as I've working, there should be vultures circling

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What is it with the Predatory Fowl and our WFO's?
They may be protecting us from the vultures, aleast me anyhow.

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All I see are crows. And no, I'm not going to eat them!
Deeeeeee......... don't never say your not going to eat crow. You know better then that........


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Hey KB maybe its waiting for a tasty morsal from that oven,


Nice neat job KB amazing build.
He may have to wait quite awhile for the tasty morsel as I concentrate on finish the build.

Thanks all
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Old 01-31-2014, 10:30 AM
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Ole "Sunny Florida" has not been sunny The past few days. I had to put up the tarp again, which is probably a good thing when the sun returns it will help in the curing process of the stucco. I was able to get some of the brick accents and got the scratch coat done on the upper portion, despite the nasty 45F and rain......burr......... The three arches and beneath the oven counter will receive the brick accents..............Tossing over in my mind how to accent the base.
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All I can say KB is amazing attention to detail
Simply breath taking.A work of art, a lesson in perfection.especially in incorporating and into existing infrastructure
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