Leftover oven building materials in Brooklyn NY
Hoping this helps out someone starting an oven project in the NYC area. It will help me out. Long story short - I did a low dome without a brick flue and wound up with a lot of extra bricks I need to get rid of. Could be a very economical start to someone wanting to do an oven in the 5 boroughs. Approximately 65 full bricks and about the same qty of diamond saw cut half bricks. Plus a bunch of remnants and fireclay you are welcome to as well. There is also one unopened bag of HeatStop50, and maybe a bit more in an opened bag. Also 2 full pieces of Cal Sil insulation board.
Looking to get $90 for everything. (I paid $1.09 for each full brick and $60 for a full bag of Heat Stop 50). I would give you an exact brick count before you have to commit.
(in my best Billy Mays voice) Order today and as an added bonus... I would be happy to discuss what I did with my oven in person and if cooking pizzas at that time - even feed you
send a PM if interested. thanks. David
Last edited by dhs; 08-02-2010 at 10:02 AM.
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