Scanning a recent issue of the “Old House” magazine, they were featuring a house by architect Jonathan Eck, built in Atlanta, that had a couple things I might be interested in. Fiber cement siding shingles, that go up one at a time like cedar shingles do, not in “plank” panels. Also, some sort of kitted parts set for doing a real masonry Rumford fireplace. Lightweight refractory panels for sides, back, throat, etc. Looks like a labor saver. Anyone know the sources?
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