David Brighina: stopped watching when you did this over the carpet
Chris R: I would rather eat spaghetti out of a colostomy bag before i put cement on
my carpet. One word HACK!!!
Doug Stanley: Hi great video! I plan to do the same type of harth only I will be laying
my harthstone on top of old tee shirts soaked with gasoline. Thanks for the
eilidh scammell: Can't believe he's done this OVER carpet! Unbelievable!....
milesff7: You lost all credibility when you didn't properly cut out the carpet and
wall trim. Lazy, lazy.......
Danny soto: I'm no contractor,but what the freak!
Devnt Met: Pretty sure the carpet has to come up. Kinda is a "big deal".
Martin Skyrman: I do not see that installing over carpet is a good idea. The carpet will
compress when weight ( a person's step for example) is applied and crack
the mortar as well as grout between the tiles.
Daniel Rundle: I hope your plastic blinds don't melt....
David Noel: Over carpet? And baseboards? Laaaaaazy....
CanYouFlyBackwards: You have got to be kidding me right? You just put thin-set over carpet?
E Cole: This guy does this for money? He hasnt done one install to code and he is
liable for each one he touches. This hearth does not meet code, sitting on
a non combustible does not count. Heat can transfer through the mortar
joints. Those stones have to be on a piece of cement board with a piece of
24guage metal in their as well.
UnstoppableLuck: fuc ku
Sum1stolmypants: Wow do not follow this build
Sam Ragan: do you have to insulate the walls with anything special
huntingtonbeachify: Great job with the video. Short and complete.
Tim Richardson: Hi Matt! Love your videos! Got a question for you, I am looking to build a
hearth pad on top of a hard wood floor in our dining room, should I use the
metal mesh / lathe [ like you did on the carpet] underneath the stones that
I want to put down or maybe hardyback concrete pads or just mortar? I would
also like to build a stone wall, up the wall behind the wood stove for
extra protection from the heat against the combustables, or is that not
necessary? Thanks, Tim.
robjanlen riegodedios: Where u get the stone?
Maha Laha: Thanks for the Video! I am thinking about Wood Burning Stoves!
mrEnergy511: Hearth Stones are made of concrete. A good place to start is a Brick
Wholesaler or a Masonry Supply. Kodiak Mountain Stone is the brand I used
here in Utah.
William Mcleister: Only half a job... 2 minutes would have cut the carpet
mrEnergy511: Any local brick yard will have Hearth Stones. I got these from a local
Brick supplier here in Utah. Thanks for the comment!
John Doer: @polaris6147... Idiot. If he decides to use a double wall pie it's down to
6"... Stop trolling
Tim Richardson: LOVE THIS! Looks AWESOME!
Colwray1: What a pickle!! Slabs on carpet, and leaves all the wood skirting around
it.... Hope a building inspector never shows up!
mrEnergy511: Thank you for your comment! I think about wood stoves and fireplaces every
day! A frestanding wood burning stove is the best wat to heat your home.
Save lots of money!!!
Oysterseagull: No qualified tradesman would cement slabs in place over a carpet! Another
polaris6147: Did the house burn down? I am glad I watched the video. I would never have
left the molding or carpet in place. The install is to close to the wall as
well. 18 inches is minimum, I have 36 and my walls get warm.... His ins co
is gonna use this how to in the claim not to pay.... WoW
John Doer: The hearth is FINE. IT WILL NEVERRRRRRR HEAT UP THE FLOOR
Otsisera Akweks: are these hearth stone cast pavers for patio's or are they made for hearth
stones i can't seem to find them locally.
Rick Chartier: This some half assed stuff!
21kpatriot: Please tell us you changed your mind, took the stone up and took the carpet
/ under padding out and started over before you started using the stove. I
would feel better knowing that you did.
robjanlen riegodedios: Looiii
mrEnergy511: The hearth is rock solid! Doubled up the wire and nailed it down tight. You
can make yours how ever you wish. Thanks for the comment. 2 inches thick is
the requirement for a hearth to combustables.
How to Build a Hearth for a Wood Burning Stove2.6
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garrett grima: what console is this on, xbox? and if it is, which one, original or 360? Bill Lhotta: Hello! Nice video but I do have one question. You show setting up the
X-sizer die with some brass that has been initially sized and trimmed and
then shot again, whereas the RCBS instructions say to set up the X-sizer
die by using the initially sized and trimmed brass (i.e. you wouldn't
shoot it again before doing the setup process like is described in your
video). I'd like to know which is correct before attempting to setup my
X-sizer die. Thanks! Nathã Silva Muniz: Olá Fernando Maia, também estou procurando e só consigo encontrar em sites
do exterior. Se souber por aqui, te aviso! CHRIS CO: awesome stuff ps the chick in red is hot !!! just sayin Mia Maynes: Your a asshole pickle an kitty rustymoneyawesome: So everything on this list makes a PC that can run skyrim on ultra and is
only 300$???? Ian Cunningham: Spool guns suck