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    There is a picture on the 13th page of the 55 pages of pictures in the "residential" set of pictures from Lincolnshire, UK. I wanted to know if there needs to be concrete block behind the brick hearth stand(where the wood is stored)?
    Thanks for a reply.
    Mike

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    Re: Support for brick work?

    can you copy/past the pic so we can see which one you are referring to?
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      I plan on building the stand and oven, not the flanking work stations. Does the stand need to have cinder block support under the brick or not?

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        Pizza Oven Photo Lincolnshire, UK I would say yes....can't say for sure...
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          Re: Support for brick work?

          Originally posted by michaelweiss View Post


          I plan on building the stand and oven, not the flanking work stations. Does the stand need to have cinder block support under the brick or not?
          A little confused here. If you are building the stand, what are you planning on if it's not block? Are you building it out of iron?
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            Re: Support for brick work?

            Originally posted by michaelweiss View Post


            I plan on building the stand and oven, not the flanking work stations. Does the stand need to have cinder block support under the brick or not?
            if i understand the ?- properly laid brick will support the stand, no need for cinder block underneath. Most builders use the cinder block because it is easy to set and then add a brick veneer or stucco for appearance. But, a stand made of brick is fine if done correctly. Reach out to the brickies on the site. Ask Al - brickie in Oz.
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