Fans of the show have been travelling to Albuquerque since to replicate the scene.
The owners state they are building a six-foot high iron fence around the house because they are exhausted of nuisances, like people telling them to close their garage or clear out of the driveway so that they can take a photo of the house.
It's been seven years since the episode has aired and fans still visit the real-life Albuquerque home - owned by the Quintana family - and fling their own pizzas like a frisbee onto the roof.
Quintana says she can't count how many Breaking Bad fans turn up outside the house every week.
She told the station that "Breaking Bad" fans trespass, steal rocks from the landscaping and generally disregard the family's wishes.
Joanne Quintana, whose mother owns the home, told KOB 4 the fence should be completed soon, but it hasn't stopped people from trying to climb around the construction to snap pictures.
Well, turns out Breaking Bad fans are slow to forget.
"We don't want to gate ourselves in", Quintana said.
It has become so common that the show's creator Vince Gilligan had to step in to ask pranksters to stop on a 2015 podcast - and now the owners have decided they aren't cleaning up pizza any more. "They park in front of our driveway and block us in".
"It's been done before, you're not the first".