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Saving money, Saving time, in building brick ovens.

For people without or with business or accounting degrees and such skills, here is my formula for how to save money on buying building material. Saving either time or money might be quite important also while building wood fired brick pizza ovens. It is a worthy project for the future therefore also an investment. Both in practical sense and in so many pleasing aspects. Thank you for subscribing to traditional oven com newsletter for updates and news. No need to be frugal. To be smart and weary of these ideas will do.

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Old red clay solids as firebrick alternative

Red clay solid bricks. Substitute for firebricks can be the old red clay brick solids, or else called as the reds. In ovens these alternative red clay bricks will heat up, retain heat, conduct heat, cool down, cook, re-fire like real fire bricks. But they have to be that right type.

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How Eating Pizza With Your Friends Can…

I enjoy entertaining and having my friends and family over. I love to cook. I am very particular about the home development. How to sell your house faster and for more money? Can a house properties or a commercial property sell faster for a higher price with a wood fired oven installed? Here is one Real Estate value theory walk-through.

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Traditional Vs. Commercial for home and restaurants

Mick Bondoc from Philippines writes from his experience on the topic which oven, either commercial or traditional pizza ovens designs, must be as the best working and suitable for his restaurant in Philippines. Mick has been dreaming about soon being able to build himself the best and properly built or installed brick pizza ovens and then cook in them.

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