The house has been visited by so many fans - some of whom are apparently eager to hurl a pizza onto the roof, like Bryan Cranston's meth-cooking alter-ego did on the show - that the homeowners are building a six-foot-tall fence around the entire property.
The owners of the home have also put up cameras, signs and cones to keep away zealous fans. But with "hundreds" of visitors passing by over some weekends, they've decided it's time to make a change.
Quintana told KOB 4 the situation has been ridiculous, with them feeling they can't even leave the home unattended because if they do, something happens. But even four years on from the show's finale, clearly some fans still can't get enough.
Quintana added that it is not just the pizzas, as some fans steal rocks from the home's landscaping to take home as souvenirs.
Neighbours have been bothered by it, too: "All day, non-stop, there's people up and down this road".
"There is nothing amusing or original or cool about throwing pizza on this lady's roof", he said.
"They feel the need to tell us to close our garage, get out of the picture, you know - tell us what to do on our own property", she said. A bit odd, and very wasteful (save the pizza!), but maybe it would be a passable practical joke if the house was merely a prop, or abandoned after filming ended.