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Incorporated 9 x 13 inch flue lining

A 9" x 13" chimney flue was incorporated behind bricks inside this chimney. A steel fabricated chimney cap was attached on top, basically the fab steel is fitted in on the top with one set-back brick.

Very nice brick work by Steven Gronski aka G-Man.

Oven's name: Ole Crusty

China sea green slate as roof cover tiles. Flue and brick chimney with steel cap. Flue in brick chimney with steel cap.

Green slate stone for roof covering. One chimney brick sat back. Brick chimney with steel cap.

Photo by: Steven Gronski

Location: Cranston, Rhode Island, USA

Title: The oven that brings family and friends together.

Description: G'day to ya Rado, This oven was a labor of love and time. Your CD really helped. I hope you enjoy the detail in the front and back of the oven with the granite and blue stone shelving I installed on it. They will eventually hold planters with fresh herbs, and flowers for decoration. The exterior bricks were recycled from a 105 year old mill that was torn down, and the roof and the back wall was done in China Sea Green Slate. As I built the chimney, I incorporated a 9x13 flue to be able to put a cap on it. I also set back a brick in the flue to incorporate the piece of green slate you see in the chimney as well. Not bad for some one with no masonry skills at all. I have had the oven over 900 degrees on the initial firing. I have put the door on the oven when I was done using it, and 3 days later, I still had 186 degrees inside. I use my oven just about every weekend, with family or friends, and the pizzas, breads, steaks, chicken, and vegetables that are cooked in here are phenomenal tasting. I never could have done this without your website. Best wishes and health to you and your family.
Steve aka G-Man



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