new stove installed

loneeagle15 Posted By loneeagle15, Aug 17, 2007 at 12:44 AM

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  1. loneeagle15

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    Thanks to one and all for your input on building my hearth my Mansfield was just installed today
    Thanks again
     

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  2. Harley

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    That looks really sharp there - nice tile work, too
     
  3. stoveguy2esw

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    KOOL! great looking unit , i agree with harley , very nice tile work!
     
  4. loneeagle15

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    Thanks it was fun and it made the wife happy WIN WIN :)
     
  5. webbie

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    Nice, can you post a larger res pic?
    Or email to webmaster@hearth.com

    I want to put it in our gallery!
     
  6. MrGriz

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    Looks Great!
     
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    Beauty! Cool rainbow model.
     
  8. ourhouse

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    Nice job great looking tile
     
  9. Highbeam

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    OK, since you appear to have a double wall pipe hooked up to that puppy, is it attached with screws? Nice tilework, what did you use to make up the hearth?
     
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    Tis a thing of Beauty!! :) Nice job!
     
  12. loneeagle15

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    Sorry I have not gotten back sooner busy time the pad is made out of 2 1/2" of cement board could not find micore here in Montana
    Thanks to all for the nice things to say about the install just fired it up today and the house is toasty
     
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