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Speaking of Fire Bricks...

EggsellentEggsellent Posts: 160
edited 11:35AM in EggHead Forum
Where can I purchase some? Can they be found somewhere like Home Depot, a grill store, or where? We need some for the small and having never purchased such an item - I have no idea where to look.

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  • Eggsellent,[p]You will have to find them at a fireplace store or brickyard. I think this is the place in Duluth, Ga that I called that said they had them:[p]Franklin Brick Company
    (770) 476-8106
    3185 Pleasant Hill Rd
    Duluth, GA 30044[p]

  • Eggsellent, H Depot didn't have em here in Dalton, but Ace Hardware had em for a couple bucks a piece...two of em is just right for the small and 3 for the large...don't think one will go in the mini unless you cut it down.

  • Smokeydrew's idea sounds good for where you live. I stopped by a job sight where they were building a total masonary fireplace to ask where they got their firebrick and the builder gave me a 1/2 dozen. Tractor Supply has some thin type for wood stoves so you might also check stores that carry wood burning stoves.
    Good Luck & Good Eggin,
    Poppasam

  • badbrucebadbruce Posts: 353
    Eggsellent,
    In addition to those stores mentioned above add masonry supply stores. They should have a selection of fire brick sizes.
    I use 2 - 2X4 bricks for an elevated grill & 4 - 1X8 cut in half for indirect grilling.
    bruce

  • RRPRRP Posts: 22,058
    Eggsellent,
    you have a Menard's in your neck of the woods? They sell them by the box of 6 for $10. What is nice is they are 9 x 4.5 x 1.25 and very versitale. I have given sets of them to new eggers several times.

    L, M, S, &  Mini
    And oh yes...also a 17" BlackStone gas fired griddle! 
    Ron
    Dunlap, IL
    Re- gasketing AMERICA one yard at a time!
  • RRP,
    NO - we don't have Menard's - darn it. But thanks to everyone I think I found a couple places around here where I can look.

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