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Here are some updated final photo’s from the project down by Mt. Horeb WI. We built one of our SR-22 masonry heating systems with a black oven and double bell heating chambers. We also built a 36″x36″ PriorFire/Rosin style fireplace
Fearing SR-18 Corner Masonry Heater unit with black oven, hot water loop, & heated bench. Finished in brick and limestone hearth.
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The Fearing masonry heater was built down by St.Croix Falls, WI. We were replacing an existing inefficient wood stove with an efficient clean burning masonry mass stove. The owners wanted the masonry heater in the corner but did not want
We traveled down to SW MN near Granite MN to teach a fast paced Masonry Heater Building Workshop for the Milan Village Arts School. http://milanvillageartsschool.org/ The hosts for the workshop, Waz & Scott both attended our Masonry Heater Building course
The owners of Muddy Fork Farm hired us to come out to their CSA farm near Bloomington IN to build a commercial wood fired bread oven so that they could start supplying their CSA clients and farmers market clients with
SR-18 Cast Refractory core system with a black oven, hot water loop, heated bench and rear chimney. We traveled over by Montague MI to build this our cast refractory core system. The client and a local mason will finish the
SR-18 5 sided corner masonry heater with a black oven. The black oven was built out of soapstone. This heater was finished with slate accents and a cut taconite stone facing.
Masonry Heaters are often built with an accompanying bakeoven. There are two types of bakeovens, black and white. A white bakeoven is heated from the main firebox indirectly. What this means is there is no ash on your food, however,