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I found a source/s for firebrick in Austin Texas

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  • I found a source/s for firebrick in Austin Texas

    I was having some problems finding firebrick here in Austin, but I finally found sources.

    :: Whitacre Greer :: Homeowner Paving Products ::



    just incase anyone out there looking for firebrick near Austin.
    Steve Kennemer
    Austin, TX

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    Re: I found a source/s for firebrick in Austin Texas

    You might try your local ACME dealer.

    My local one carries them for $1.11 each.

    Not to bad!
    My thread:
    My costs:
    My pics:


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      Re: I found a source/s for firebrick in Austin Texas

      I got my firebrick from MPI (Materials Products Inc).

      Let me know if you need Heatstop 50 mortar. I have an extra bag. Also have an extra bag of perlite.
      I'm building a Pompeii Oven in Austin, Texas. See my progress at:
      Il Forno Fumoso


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        Re: I found a source/s for firebrick in Austin Texas


        thanks for the offer. I might just take you up on that. I just broke ground today and should be posting pictures. If things go well...i hope to have my slab poured this weekend. Wish me luck
        Steve Kennemer
        Austin, TX