How to Build a Masonry Firebox?

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When building a masonry firebox, first check with your county building department for information on fireboxes. Then take measurements of the interior of your firebox and put the first layer of bricks.Put some hydraulic refractory mortar on the bottoms and any sides of the firebricks that will touch other bricks. Build the bottom layer of brick by laying each brick in place and check the firebox after you install the layers one after the other to ensure that each is leveled. If your level shows irregularities, remove or add mortar to correct the problem.
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