Our pizza ovens come in varying designs for different areas and shapes in mind. Catering for people who want a traditional looking outdoor wood burning oven.
Firstly look at the space you have and decide what design will fit your area best.
Then look at how much input you would like to put in to your oven build and choose which kit most suits your needs.
Choose from this section if you simply want just the oven cast. This is for those who may have some components already, like their own chimney, insulation or refractory bricks etc. If you do need to add any single items, please call Sam. Alternatively, choose a Pizza Oven Kit which contains all those hard to find things.
The Naples 600 pizza oven is an ideal starter oven but can still be used to cook pizza after pizza. This 2 section pizza oven has a 600mm wide cooking area, big enough for the largest pizza. Reaching well over 500 degrees C it will cook your pizza in minutes. This is our smallest oven available and has a built in refractory brick floor that is ready to cook. No need to lay refractory bricks.
The Milan 750 pizza oven is an ideal domestic oven but can still be used in commercial projects, easily cooking 2 x 10 inch pizzas. (professionals have cooked 4 at a time)
Build your own design around a tried and tested oven, then let your imagination run wild designing your outdoor wood burning
oven to your own specific needs.
Here is an great example of self designed oven built around the Milan 750mm kit.
£600.00 including VAT
Delivery £70.00 including VAT
The Milan 750 dome as it comes. Of course it will be shrink wrapped for delivery. This will be a tail lift of and can be lifted by a few able bodied people into a safe place. No need for a cranes or forklifts. We manufacture our ovens from the recycled materials from the pottery industry which are crushed to make firebrick grog.
£720.00 including VAT Delivery £70.00 including VAT
This option is for people who have built or about to build their own base. It contains all the necessary parts to complete your pizza oven quickly, saving time shopping around for all those hard to get parts. This is becoming more popular with landscape gardeners and builders who have been asked by customers if they can build an outdoor wood burning oven into their project.
£720.00 including VAT
Delivery £70.00 including VAT
Additional cut bricks (280) for a brick finish £140.00 including VAT Door £85.00 including VAT Brick arch £18.00 including VAT
Everything is supplied (apart from sand and cement and 16 concrete blocks) so you can build a pizza oven that you can be proud of. It’s probably the easiest to build due to its rustic look and round design. This oven can be added to at a later time, building serving and seating areas as you go. I have built this oven in 2 days, but you should have it done in 3 to 4 days or 2 weekends.
£1260.00 including VAT
Delivery £70.00 including VAT
You will need, sand, ballast, cement, hand tools and PPE (gloves, goggles, steel toe cap boots, dust mask should be your minimum). You can mix by hand or use a cement mixer. A small angle grinder may be preferable to a hammer and bolster chisel
As with the Milan, the kit is based around the 900mm refractory dome and round floor, in fact it is the same oven as above only with preparation and serving areas. These can be straight or at 45 degrees to suit a corner area. The length of your serving areas can be as long as you want and incorporate a barbeque, sink or anything else for your outdoor kitchen.
The sides can be angled at 45 degrees for use in a corner
£1380.00 including VAT
Additional serving sides £120.00 including VAT
Delivery £140.00 including VAT (2 pallets)
Additional instructions for construction via dropbox link
You will need, sand, ballast, cement,blocks, hand tools and PPE (gloves, goggles, steel toe cap boots, dust mask should be your minimum). You can mix by hand or use a cement mixer. A small angle grinder may be preferable to a hammer and bolster chisel
This oven is a beauty! This is a standalone pizza oven that is an ideal focal point. A classic design that will surely impress. If this design fits your space, this is the one. Ideal for those who plan to have their preparation/serving area is in front or at the side of the oven.
Here Gary from Manchester has built a pizza oven that really stands out. The use of reclaimed quarry tiles adds that personal touch. His reply "Finish today works brilliant" GARY from Woodford near Manchester airport.(this is the larger based version, half a brick and deeper, but giving a larger prep area) add £120.00 inc VAT (not available in brick slips)
£1350.00 plus VAT and delivery
£1250.00 including VAT plus delivery using best brick slips, (bricks cut in half and laid with normal mortar, not just the faces which seem too thin and need special adhesive)
You will need, sand, ballast, cement, hand tools and PPE (gloves, goggles, steel toe cap boots, dust mask should be your minimum). You can mix by hand or use a cement mixer. A small angle grinder may be preferable to a hammer and bolster chisel. You will also need 30 off 18 inch building blocks and 2 off 900mmx 100mm x 65mm lintels.
This oven was built at Slaters bar and restaurant in Staffordshire. The large capacity of the oven is ideal for commercial projects or for those with a larger space in their garden. It sits on a 1700mm x 1700mm footprint.
At 3ft wide, the cooking area is immense. It can fit various other dishes in at the same time, like large roasts and vegetables. The perfect Xmas lunch.
£1800.00 plus VAT and delivery
Now £1600.00 including VAT plus delivery
You will need, sand, ballast, cement, hand tools and PPE (gloves, goggles, steel toe cap boots, dust mask should be your minimum). You can mix by hand or use a cement mixer. A small angle grinder may be preferable to a hammer and bolster chisel. You will also need 30 off 18 inch building blocks and 2 off 1200mmx 100mm x 65mm lintels.