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Old 05-22-2011, 11:58 AM
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Hi Paul,

I responded with my email address.

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Old 05-22-2011, 12:07 PM
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Default Re: Stucco exterior

Paul,

It is best follow the Pompeii plans as written for best hearth/slab results. Perfect results and you can use various types of insulation and combinations. I used Perlcrete and a top layer of ceramic board to assure a level surface for the hearth bricks.

My opinion about chimney dampers is that you don't need one. You can use a properly designed door to retain heat and a modified "door" placed at the entrance to control draft.

I like a chimney cap with spark screen. They look cool and it gives a nice finishing touch to the oven. My Pompeii has a cap but my first oven doesn't. I've been trying to locate an oval shaped cap for it since the chimney pipe is also oval.

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