Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Down But Not Out

The "high intensity windstorm" (aka "tornado") on February 28 caused extensive damage to Chattanooga. As seen below, Bluff Furnace was not immune to nature's random fury. Luckily, we recovered all the downed panels. The Mark Making staff removed the damaged goods and returned to the studio.


We will regroup, repair, and rehang the damaged panels.

9 comments:

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  2. I really love the look of this photo. It reminds me of some of the old furnaces in Edmonton. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I think that it's great what you guys did to refurbish the old furnace. Definitely worth all the edmonton furnace cleaning that you put into it.

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  4. This will be a huge project to restore! I want to see pictures when you do get it fixed up. Im also looking for a new furnace in Winnipeg. My old one's out for the count!

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  5. Well if you need a furnace in Calgary after this kind of fell apart you can find one here! Like a boss!

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  6. That is really cool! That must have taken so much time to do. You did a great job and you need to keep up the great work. I have been wanting to learn more about furnaces and more on how they work. I think it is just really cool.

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  7. Hi, Well designed and interesting blog. We Manufacture & Supply Industrial Furnace .
    Thanks for sharing.

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