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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6 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.

  2. Daniel L. Davis at - Reply

    From what I see in your photos the usage of fire bricks were for deck where the fire is built. To make it a longer lasting oven would you recommend fire bricks to be used to line the entire firebox including sides, top and bottom.

    • Julian at -

      Thanks for the tip, Daniel!

  3. Scott Tomasello at - Reply

    Daniel if you are looking at my pizza oven the entire Dome is made of fire block and the chimney as well the only non fire bricks are the slumpstone underneath the fire deck in the skin of common splits. SCOTT

  4. Scott at - Reply

    Hey Scott can you tell me how hot you’ve managed to get you’re oven thanks mate

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