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Nothing beats the authenticity that comes from baking pizzas in a wood fired pizza oven. Whether you're looking for a freestanding outdoor oven or a wood fired oven that can be built in to integrate with your kitchen, we've got you covered.
Built-in pizza ovens are designed to be permanently installed into a counter or other structure. These ovens are perfect if you want to fully integrate your pizza cooker into your outdoor space and finish the exterior with matching material to the rest of your patio.
Freestanding pizza ovens can be set either on a countertop, or on a portable cart. While still heavy-duty, these ovens are a little more portable and don't require custom work.
Hybrid pizza ovens refer to the fuel types available - these ovens are designed to be used with either wood as fuel or gas. That way, you can have the authentic flavor that comes with wood fire cooking or the convenience of cooking with gas.
Portable pizza ovens are able to be taken on-the-go. Portable wood fired pizza ovens can be as small as 20 lbs or much larger on a cart with caster wheels.
Most pizza ovens work by funneling heat from the source, up and around the sides of the oven to cook your pizza evenly from all sides. With a wood oven, you'll typically build and manage your fire near the back or to one of the sides of the hearth.
It depends on make and model, but most refractory concrete wood fired pizza ovens can reach a temperature of 900-1,000ºF. Portable pizza ovens can typically get up to about 800ºF.
One of the best things about a pizza oven is that you can cook much more than just pizzas! You can bake pies, breads, and even sear steaks on the cooking stone of most wood pizza ovens.
Cleaning your fuel out can be easy as long as you have the proper tools on hand. It's a good idea to have a shovel and a poker - these tools will make the process of removing ash and used logs/coals as pain free as possible.
Price can vary quite a bit depending on the pizza oven's size and construction material. Generally speaking, a small portable wood fire oven will start at $400 in price and move up from there. Larger bespoke ovens for permanent applications begin around $2,500.
A wood pizza oven typically takes about 45 minutes to preheat. Some smaller units may take less time to get up to temperature.