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About the Construction Materials Needed to Build a BrickWood category (1)
How to Make / Mix Perlite or Vermiculite with Portland Cement for Pizza Oven Insulation (1)
How to make High-Temperature Mortar with a low-cost 4 material blend (Silica Sand, Portland Cement, Fireclay and Lime) (1)
Styrofoam Sheets • Polystyrene Sheets. What They Are and Where to Find Them (1)
Perlite vs Vermiculite. What is the difference between them? (1)
What is Insulating Castable Refractory? Why should I use it instead of Vermiculite or Perlite? (1)
Fire Brick / Firebrick - The Basic Building Block of Pizza Ovens and the BrickWood Box (1)
What is the difference between Low, Medium and High Duty Fire Brick? Which one should I use? (1)
Castable Refractory Manufacturers / Dealers & Delivery Options (1)
What brands of Insulating Castable would you recommend I use? (1)
Food Grade Refractories - Ovenzz Brand from Harbison Walker (1)
Call Before You Dig! 811, Blue Stake and Onecall - FREE Utility Locator Services (1)
How to Properly Mix Castable Refractory with Stainless Steel Fibers (2)
Are Vermiculite or Perlite really necessary? Can't I just insulate the base with sand instead? (1)
You show your ovens being built with Red and / or Tan fire brick, but I can only find Tan fire bricks in my area. Can I still build an oven with just Tan fire brick.. or just Red firebrick? (1)
Where do I find fire brick? (1)
How much does a fire brick cost? What's a good price range? (1)
Are there any other colors of fire brick besides red and tan? (1)
Can I stain the Tan fire brick? (1)
Sakrete High Heat Mortar for the Mattone Barile (5)
Moving Materials Around (1)
5000psi High-Strengh Concrete vs. 4000psi High-Strength Concrete (7)
Building concrete forms with screws (1)
Nominal Dimensions vs. Actual Dimensions - Lumber and Cinder Block Dimensions (1)
Where do I find / locate Vermiculite or Perlite? (1)
I can't find Type S or Hydrated Lime? Will another type of lime work? (1)
How is the High-Temp mortar (Factory Blend) different from the 4 Ingredient High-Temp mortar I can make myself? (1)
The sales rep at my local masonry supply said "Brand X" is okay to use as a high-temp mortar (1)
Which do you recommend? The High-Temp Mix (Silica, Fireclay, Lime, Portland) or the High-Temp Factory Blend? (1)
Is High Temperature mortar (like HeatStop 50) okay as a high-temp mortar for my pizza oven? (1)