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Old 05-03-2013, 03:47 PM
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so, this one is WAY over the top construction wise, but can I get some thumbs up / down on this?

what would you pay? FYI, this level of work can go from 800 to 1300 depending on design.
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Old 05-03-2013, 04:27 PM
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That is super
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Old 05-03-2013, 06:01 PM
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That is super
Agreed

As for what I'd pay...I'm a cheapskate so I'm probably not your target clientele
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If you could have a cover for it somehow, it would be legal in Denver. Lots of potential sales for an item that beautiful from the Stapleton crowd!
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i'm with the outside my price range folks, but agree, it is beautiful. i'm also with jeff on the cover thing. i know commerce city, like denver, requires a "cover" on fire pits. cover can just be a grate, which i don't really get. might ruin the looks tho.
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easily more $$. can the cover be removeable? feed gas up the base?
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@daniel that's how it is done now.
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looks awesome couldn't your cover be a small expanded welded to the bowl? barely notice it I'd guess
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Dosent only wood burning pits require covers ?
A propain pit has no ashes to fly off
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:51 PM
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Dosent only wood burning pits require covers ?
A propain pit has no ashes to fly off
you're correct. this classifies as an outdoor vented lp/natural gas fireplace.

wood/consumable burning items require cover. There are codes for public area on this type of thing, but not for private.
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