Who doesn’t like pizza? No matter where you are from, you must love sizzling hot pizza right from the pizza oven. Pizza has slowly become an important component of our social lives, and we enjoy it while watching a film, having a social gathering, office meetings, and while enjoying Netflix in the middle of the night. Pizza is just one call or click away from our taste buds.
However, have you ever thought of building your own wood-fired pizza oven at home? You will not be the first. A lot of people love to create their food, and pizza is one of them. While a lot of people use their electric or gas oven to do it, some people want to do everything on their own and opt for a brick pizza oven in their own garden. It may sound highly challenging and tedious, but it is quite an easy task with the help of clear and easy to follow DIY steps.Read more...
Fire pits at the garden are wildly popular among homeowners, and there is an amazing reason behind this popularity. No other feeling compares to the one you feel while sitting next to a snapping fire bringing together everyone.
Sure, you can just dig a hole in your garden, place some bricks and stones, and light a fire. However, if you double the investment, you and your family can construct and enjoy yourself a beautiful brick DIY fire pit. To build a fire pit you should also consider using eco-friendly and recycled fire bricks to limit the use of your financial resources and reduce the overall expenses.Read more...
Every place on this planet is trying to come up with better ways to protect themselves in times of natural disasters, calamities, and fires.Read more...
Everyone likes the power to create something with their own hands. It makes you feel like you are in charge of your actions, creations, and life. Instead of getting amazed by complex machinery parts and metal objects, you can very easily create your own bespoke metal objects at home with your own home foundry.Read more...
When it comes to fixing leaks, cracks, and other issues around the house, fire cement takes the lead in being reliable, durable, and long-lasting. Fire Cement is a ready-for-use putty that is resistant to heat up to 1250oC. There is a range of distributors and retailers who offer a wide variety of ready-to-use products. It is supplied in various dimensions and colours, such as grey/buff and black fire cement, depending upon your preference and requirements.
Any variation of high temperature cement may be used to seal unpleasant joints in wood stoves. This material is especially useful and powerful around the region whereby the flue rises from the top of the furnace. It can be used for restoring firebricks too.
Fire cement is heat resistant, but it has its own limitations and drawbacks. It is not a superhero among sealants, but it gets the job done quickly and correctly. If you are using this material around your metal stoves or flue pipes, the metal stove’s expansion and contraction, resulting in the heating and cooling down, will inevitably cause cracks in any cement in the joints of the stove and flue pipes.
Let's take a look at how fire cement may be used to your advantage, its drawbacks, and how to use it for long-lasting relief from any cracks.Read more...