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Old 12-10-2016, 10:08 AM   #1
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Just finished this chimney last Saturday. We got to go back next week and start laying the stone.
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Old 12-10-2016, 10:22 AM   #2
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Looking good so far, look forward to seeing the stone go on.

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Looking good so far, look forward to seeing the stone go on.
I wish we could've finished it by now. The HO is having a hard time picking out stone
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Looking forward to progress pics !
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Look like a nice job, why you do 3 wide? Mucho mas rapido one tower.
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It doesnt take that much more time to hook up one more buck.

Two sections wide is way more stable than just one. With two masons, one labor, brick, block, flue liners, and a bag of mud, the extra room is certainly a big bonus.
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It doesnt take that much more time to hook up one more buck.

Two sections wide is way more stable than just one. With two masons, one labor, brick, block, flue liners, and a bag of mud, the extra room is certainly a big bonus.
Hey! Where are the friggin pictures?

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They finally decided on a stone...after going all over hell and half of Georgia last week. and the stone was delivered this past Friday.

Going to start this coming Monday.

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