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How to Build an Outdoor Stacked Stone Fireplace

Add fireside ambiance to your backyard with an outdoor fireplace made with stacked stone.

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Step 7: Install Stacked Stone

Press stacked stone material into mortar, holding in place until self-supported. Continue placement of stones, ensuring no space is left between them.

Step 8: Attach Chimney Cap

Most chimney caps are made of metal; wear protective gloves before installing. If you have a single-flue chimney cap, slip it over the flue, firmly tightening the screws on all sides of the chimney cap. Inside-mount chimney caps require a firm push directly into the flue. If your cap requires masonry anchors or bits, attach using drill.

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