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    I am new to this forum wondering if any one has built a oven in Vancouver Canada and knows where to find Materials

    I found the fire bricks at Ixl Bricks in Burnaby Vancouver area
    but still need to find the fire mortar and insulation and vermiculite

    Any help or advice would be helpfull

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    Re: Materials in Vancouver Canada

    I have been wondering the same thing for a while now...Hoping to build one this Spring/Summer!


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      Originally posted by orangewhip View Post
      I have been wondering the same thing for a while now...Hoping to build one this Spring/Summer!
      I Just Found Everything I needed in one place Clayburn in abottsford
      just bought the Fire bricks refractory mortar (Super tight bond Dry 50 lb bags) Fibre board and insulation blanket
      the insulation was a bit expensive but it beats ordering and shipping

      it took me a lot of research and calling around.

      Just finished my foundation I am building it in my summer place on the Island in Qualicum


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        Re: Materials in Vancouver Canada

        Thanks for the heads-up! I will go check Clayburn out!

        Just finishing off a bunch of pavers and walls in my backyard then hopefully onto the oven soon.