Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Concrete Chimneys, Skylights, And Cooling Vents In Mexico



All over Mexico one sees beautiful examples of preformed concrete work, 
and in this post I will concentrate on chimneys, skylights, and cooling vents.

I have never watched how they make these but
 I am assuming they are indeed preformed. 
Please Note: This post is a reworking of


This is obviously a flue with a decorative cap on top
 in Alamos, Sonora


This vaulted roof in San Carlos, Sonora shows a domed skylight on the left,
then a flue and four more skylights that may also act as cooling towers
in San Carlos, Sonora. 


These next three photos are in Alamos, Sonora.




A flue on the left but is the one on the right a cooling vent?


These last two are in San Carlos, Sonora


For more on this subject see the posts:
or go to LABELS on the right sidebar and click on:
Cement And Concrete,
Cement And Concrete In Alamos Sonora,
 Cement And Concrete In Mexico,
or Windows And Skylights.

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