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  • Firebrick in So Cal

    Does anyone know a source of firebrick in Southern California.
    Where can I buy some?


  • #2
    Google will find Fire Bricks; Search within results.

    Originally posted by mrpbjnance
    Does anyone know a source of firebrick in Southern California.
    Where can I buy some?

    (M) I did a Google Search with the following keywords:

    Results 1 - 10 of about 7,620,000 for bricks southern california. (0.42 seconds)

    Try clicking on http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...ia&btnG=Search

    Once that opens, go to the bottom of the page: Search within results

    and enter the name of your city, e.g. Anaheim, or Thousand Oaks.

    I'm sure there are many masonry supply dealers available to you. But be certain you get the right kind of brick. There is a primer on this forum to guide you at:



    "Everything should be made as simple as possible, ...
    but no simpler!" (Albert Einstein)


    • #3
      Thanks Marcel,
      I had tried that several times and still no luck.

      I have not started yet and I am planning out my build. I was going to build a barrel type oven until I found this site.
      I am eve tempted to buy the oven and just put it on a base.