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  • #31
    Arch cleared. Bit nervous about laying the bricks now...but going ok Click image for larger version

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    • #32
      You will find it easier if you cut the bricks in half now the angles are getting tighter.
      Kindled with zeal and fired with passion.

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      • #33
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ID:	397238 2 courses and keystone to go. Thanks for the suggestion david, the half bricks were easier. Getting there...hopefully finish the dome tuesday and Wednesday

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        • #34
          Dome complete,although not perfect, it is still standing. Click image for larger version

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          • #35
            Its a nice feeling to close the dome
            Cheers,

            Steady

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            • #36
              I am hoping to start the outer arch in the next few days, do the bricks need to be fire bricks? Or can I just go for something I like the look of? Any help would be appreciated. And you're right steady, closing the dome is a great feeling

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              • #37
                hi

                i used fire bricks through the landing and my decorative arch i used whatever make the front look nice . In my case same bricks as the house.
                I dont see any reason though that you could not use normal bricks through the landing.
                Cheers Colin

                My Build - Index to Major Build Stages

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                • #38
                  Gday
                  firebricks are not waterresistant at all and will absorb water at a great rate. House bricks are by nature water resistant and are in my opinion better suited for use in the entrance /chimney for this Reason.
                  looking good by the way!
                  regards Dave
                  Measure twice
                  Cut once
                  Fit in position with largest hammer

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                  • #39
                    Well I'm pretty close, bit of curing and a coat of render to go. Thanks for advice, much appreciated Click image for larger version

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                    • #40
                      rendered and painted...going to do some tiling to pretty it up but pretty much finished Click image for larger version

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