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Old 01-09-2021, 04:31 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by bwguardian View Post
Not if you use fire brick...like in a wood burning fireplace. There are no mortar joints in those...which is the weak link. A special mortar is used that the fire brick are dipped into that holds them together more like a glue.
Yep I'm familiar with them. I've built a lot of outdoor fire pits and a couple of outdoor fireplaces when I had a landscape company. I've also replaced many of fire brick because they popped or busted from the heat. Both have their good and bad but I would go steel based in my experience.
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