This is the curing fire schedule that we recommend all of our clients use for curing a new masonry heater. You basically want to start out small with your fires and gradually add ~ 3-5# of wood per day. You
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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
The Simensen SR-18 Masonry heater with white oven and front heated bench was built up on Lake Vermilion MN. We finished the face of the heater with local banded taconite stone from the MN Iron Range, a custom cut piece
Miller SR-18 with white oven and front heated bench. Finished in MT ledgestone with NY bluestone hearthstones.
For the Miller project by Sarona WI we built our SR-18 masonry heater core system with our white oven and a front and side heated bench with the chimney on the side. The heater was finished with a 4″ solid
This is one of our standard SR-13 masonry heater core systems with our new white oven design. The soapstone for the facing of this heater was donated by Alberene Soapstone in Schuyler Virgina and the doors where donated by Solid
This fireplace has a 36″ Rosin Style firebox so it only requires a chimney ~50% of the standard Rumford style firebox. Along with the curved aerodynamic nature of the firebox the resulting efficiency is about 60% greater than the typical
On this residence we added stone accents of different types, some fieldstone some slate.