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Re: Re: A follow-up question on the woodstove/bric


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Posted by Paula on May 28, 2003 at 10:14:42 from (128.231.88.2):

In Reply to: Re: A follow-up question on the woodstove/brick he posted by walt on May 28, 2003 at 09:51:06:

Walt,

thanks for your input.

1. The hearth is 6' wide. There will be two brick walls
behind it (double walls) so I thought the if both walls
were masonry they would be non-combustible right?
There'll be no drywall. The next combustible thing will
be the drywall and door jamb to the bedroom. I dunno,
it has to pass code anyway.

2. The house is built on a slab so the brick hearth rests
on concrete. Do you think that removing the heat
shield from the bottom will make the brick too hot that it
jeopardizes the laminate floor where it abuts (the
hearth floor is 6' long and 3' wide?

Thanks.
Paula


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