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Traditional wood fired ovens are notoriously challenging and fun to construct, and unique in character to the builder. Below are listed some pizza oven plans however it is generally recommended that individuals create their own plan based upon their desired oven shapesizeavailable materials, skills and budget. Pizza oven materials may be as cheap as mud or expensive as brick, cement and tiles. The dimensions of the plan will need to consider the location space, and time and funds available for construction. 

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Building plans for a 42 inch igloo brick pizza ovenBrick Igloo
Better Homes and Gardens Pizza Oven - BrickBrick Barrel
Better Homes and Gardens Pizza Oven - CobCob Igloo
Forno Bravo - Pompeii Oven™ Plans Version 2.0Brick Igloo
Cement & Concrete InstituteBrick Igloo
Tom Jaine - Building a wood-fired oven for bread and pizzaBrick Barrel
Rockcote - A guide to building your Rockcote pizza ovenCob Igloo
Carolina - How I built my Wood Fired Bread OvenBrick Igloo
A Long-Term Survival Guide - Types Of Primitive OvensCob Igloo
Inside build your own earthen ovenCob Igloo
How to Build a Cob OvenCob Igloo
How to build a Pizza Oven in 4 daysBrick Igloo
Build your own cob ovenCob Igloo
Build Modified Quebec Style Bread OvenCob Igloo
River cottage - Building a clay ovenCob Igloo
A Simple Brick Bake OvenBrick Barrel
Cob Oven Workshop with Tom Trout
Mud Igloo
Stevekirkish · 2 weeks ago

I made a square oven with a flat top out of fire brick. On the top back of the oven I constructed a square chimney. I built four fires, small ones the first two times and everything went well. On the forth time, I wrapped the oven with insulation to get more heat to stay in. This is when my roof collapsed. Would someone give me advice on how to rebuild my top? Should I use metal to support my roof? Where should I place my chimney or do I need one? Thanks

Jerry Nobles · 2 weeks ago

Good planning for building wood fired pizza oven. Thanks

Jerry Nobles