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Regency fire Bricks-where to purchase

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by cighon, Mar 12, 2009.

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  1. cighon

    cighon Member

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    i am looking to find a place to purchase the Regency fire bricks listed below, as from the owners manual:

    902-111 Brick Regular Full Size: 1-1/4" x 4-1/2" x 9"

    does anyone have a good source? noticed earlyer this second season one back brick is cracked (no big deal move to the floor) and then last night 2 bricks on the floor have deterioriated somewhat.

    thanks, c

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  2. burntime

    burntime New Member

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    I have run my hampton 3 years and not noticed anything other then they seem to be a little more rough then when I put them in there. How long has yours been running? Is it 24/7?
  3. cighon

    cighon Member

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    Running mine 2 seasons only at night and on weekends. i cracked the back brick by throwing in a log too strongly (was going to move it to the floor in the spring after i clean it out good).
  4. STOVEGUY11

    STOVEGUY11 Feeling the Heat

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    Contact your Regency dealer that you got the stove from. Regency uses their own bricks that they want you to use.
  5. DAKSY

    DAKSY Patriot Guard Rider Staff Member

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    Contact a local masonry supply store.
    Ask them if they carry "Split Fire Bricks"
    Most places like that carry em for less than $2 apiece
    If ya gotta cut em, a wet saw helps to keep the dust down...
  6. mrmann11

    mrmann11 New Member

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    I have a Regency I1200 insert that is about 5 years old and all the bricks have crumbled. We use it as our primary heat source and have started burning already for the season. I have called ever local woodstove shop in close to me and those that carry Regency don't stock the replacement brick kit (model number 170-960 Complete Brick Set). I did place an order with one of the vendors and they still have not come in and that was a month and a half ago...any leads to get these online?

    Thanks!
  7. woodjack

    woodjack Minister of Fire

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    I use regular fire bricks in my Regency, not Regency's special fire bricks. A Regency dealer told me it's okay and sold them to me. I've read that you can cut the special sizes with a wet saw or grinder, otherwise have someone local cut the custom sized bricks for you.
  8. bjkjoseph

    bjkjoseph Member

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    i just replaced that back brick in the hampton, its easy to find that size.rutland sells them in ace hardware or amazon or northern tool. i had gone to the mason supply in the past,and they have them and they where so cheap the guy just gave me one. rutland was the better fit though.
  9. MeLikeUmFire

    MeLikeUmFire Member

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    Just replaced all of my fire bricks on my Regency R-14 with split fire bricks from a local masonary/concrete company. 15 bricks, four cuts and only $19. Fireplace store wanted $3.00/brick
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