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Build Your own Masonry Fireplace - Masonry Heater - Masonry Stove (Sample Clips)

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Category: Education
Description: Build an authentic masonry fireplace with the efficiency of a masonry stove! The baffle system in this fireplace extracts heat from the exhaust, warming up the thermal mass of brick and rock. The masonry fireplace can radiate heat for three days after the fire is out! See sample clips from the DVD. In the full-length instructional video, Thomas J. Elpel demonstrates the step-by-step process of building a masonry fireplace, starting from the foundation and ending with the chimney. Elpel shows how to lay up the brickwork for the core of the fireplace, how to build the arch, and how to build the baffle system. With the brickwork complete, Elpel demonstrates freehand stone masonry, using natural rock to lay up the stonework around the brick core. The full length DVD is 108 minutes long. Order from:http://www.HOPSPress.comhttp://www.DirtCheapBuilder.com
Duration: 7 minutes and 45 seconds
Rating: 9/10 - Excellent
Definition: HD
Published: July 14, 2012
Uploader: Thomas J Elpel

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