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  • North Texas resources

    Greetings all.
    I finished my Cedar Patio Cover and am ready to begin the oven building process. Wondering if anyone here is from North Texas and has a good source for the firebrick, morter, insulating material etc.

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    I just went to Acme Brick in Abilene today and talked to the salesman, they have fire bricks for $1.16 each. I don't where in North Texas you are but there are Acme Brick stores almost everywhere in Texas. They have buckets of fire mortar too but I didn't get a price on it. I'll be going back probably Friday to buy some and start on my oven.