Fuess SR-22 with white oven and side heat battery. Finished with brick and limestone trim. Full SR-22 hybrid build.
We built one of our SR-22 masonry heaters with a white oven and 2 bells over by Marquette MI for the Fuess project. The heater was finished with red brick and Indiana limestone accent stones. This is the full build
Christensen SR-18 see-thru masonry heater Finished in Custom Alberene Soapstone with a 4 sided bench
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We built this custom soapstone masonry heater for a client near Duluth MN. The Christensens loved one of the custom Tulikivi masonry heater designs that Ron Phil in MT designed but was way out of their budget. This is one
Sanborn SR-22 Masonry Heater with rear white oven, woodbox and stone table. Finished in Taconite, slate, and polished Granite
Tietjens SR-22 Bell Masonry Heater with rear white oven. Custom Soapstone facing, mantle, and heated bench.
The Tietjens needed a large masonry stove for their 2,500s.f. log home that they were building. We built them one of our SR-22 Bell Heaters with a rear facing white oven and a heated bench on the back side of
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 Koenig Distillery out by Caldwell Idaho hired us to come out and build a Kachelöfen for them. This Kachelöfen that we were to build was originally built by the owners father for a client. Andrew Koenig’s father
German style Grundofen masonry heater with a cook top was built at a North House class up in Grand Marais MN.
German Style Grundofen masonry heater with a cook top, hot water and a heated bench. We designed and built this German style masonry heater at the Masonry Heater Association annual meeting near Little Switzerland NC. This stove was designed to
We traveled down by Port Washington WI to build a Kakelugn or Swedish Tile stove. The client imported the tile stove from www.lindholm-kakelugnar.com in Sweden. The folks at Lindholm find old tile stoves that are going to be thrown away.
We designed and manufactured this custom J-Loop masonry heater core system for one of our students from a class up at North House Folk School. He built it on his own and finished the heater with 3″ cmu block and