DIY Brick Pizza Oven

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DIY Brick Pizza Oven

Building-the-base

 

Pouring-the-concrete-slab

 

Forming up and pouring the base slab.

 

Building-the-base-of-the-brick-oven

 

Pouring-the-concrete-countertop

 

Putting up the slump stone walls and then pouring the fire deck slab.

 

Building-the-base-of-the-brick-oven-dome

 

Building-the-wooden-jig-for-the-dome

 

Put up the walls and then roll the dome.

 

Building-the-brick-pizza-oven-dome

 

Building-the-entrance-of-the-brick-oven

 

Once the large dome is complete build the smaller jig for the second smaller arch.

 

How-to-build-a-brick-oven

 

How-to-build-an-outdoor-pizza-oven

 

Fill in the front and back arches and lay in the fire deck block.

 

DIY-Brick-Pizza-Oven

 

Adding-the-insulation-layer

 

Final step we put a skin of common splits which are thin red clay bricks which we then waterproofed.

 

Baking-a-pizza-oven

 

The pizza came out fantastic with no sticking. I brought it up to temp, then cooled it down a bit. About an 8 minutes cook time. My wife and daughter were amazed and that makes it all worth it!

 

DIY-brick-pizza-oven

 

From Scott Tomasello,

A friend of mine sent me this website’s plans. Another friend and I completed the pizza oven in a little over three weeks. We modified the plans, made the oven larger and put a lot of rebar mesh and angle iron into the slabs and walls. The cost of my project was around $750 she is a beautiful piece of work money well spent.

 

 

From Plans: http://myoutdoorplans.com/pizza-oven/outdoor-pizza-oven-plans-2/

Difficulty Level: medium

Time Required: 3 weeks

Total Cost: 750 $

 












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2 Comments »

  1. Justin Hipps at - Reply

    Please if you’re willing provide me with the modified/larger version plans. Is there a step by step version for newbies?

    Thank you so much!

    • Julian at -

      The larger version has been built by Scott, a reader, using his own modifications. I have no step by step plans for a larger version, other than the ones that are already on the site.

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