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Pizza ovens or wood fired ovens, as they are sometimes known are suitable for cooking pizza, meat, fish, vegetables, bread and virtually any food that you would cook in a traditional oven or grill.
The pizza oven, although mistaken as a continental style of cooking, which it normally is, would have been the way we originally cooked, using basic fuel such as wood and eventually coal to cook our traditional meals.
So an oven IS a traditional method, although 'a pizza' is fairly new term given that 'pizza's' are new on the culinary scene, albeit an extremely easy way to cook and introduce many additional foods and spices along the way.
The alternatives are barbecues, which are normally open flame cooking and is up to the individual as to how well done or rare the food is but nevertheless is a great social connector. A pizza oven however takes it up to the next level.
From our experience of supplying and building traditional pizza ovens, we know that 'the build' is with bricks and mortar or factory manufactured and delivered to site. The drawback with manufactured ovens is that they weigh about 600kgs, which if you want to picture that, is about '24' bags of cement and even if sharing the weight between four, is each person carrying the equivalent of 6 bags each.
Heavy duty trollies are often used or crane lifted over a house to site it in your garden.
The modern style that we're introducing are precast in mild steel with a weight of under a quarter of it's big brother, with a choice of two cooking options, we'll call them method 1 and method 2 which you'll see pictures of below.
As with the early methods of cooking and traditional ovens the 'fire' is generated by wood burning, which, when reaching a cooking temperature is moved to one side (method 1), allowing food to be introduced into the oven.
The alternative is a fire area underneath the cooking section (method 2), giving you the freedom of continuous stoking of the fire and being able to cook 'without' moving embers. The obvious advantage is that there isn't a need to remove the old burned wood and restock, then light again, interrupting the flow.
Our smallest 'maintenance free' oven delivered in 10-14 days which we're calling 'method 1'. (£995)
Our most popular 'maintenance free' oven delivered in 10-14 days which we're calling 'method 2'. (£1200)
Europeans and other sunny climates are a step ahead and know that a 'pizza oven' is cleaner, better to cook in and can be used at any time of the year to cook anything from pizza to fish, steak, chicken, casseroles, bread....oh and yes, burgers and sausages.
Where can we get an outdoor oven and how do we go about installation in our garden?
As we're well established here in the heart of Wales and familiar with the many types, we would give preference to cast ovens. We've been able to evaluate what really works and are offering our own experience so that you can see what actually works in the UK climate.
These are readily available for you to buy and place in your own garden, or we will cost to build into a garden setting of your choice, completing log storage, additional barbecue and seating areas incorporated within your design and have the whole project designed especially for your garden.
Once completed you're 'ready to go' and can fire up straight away.
Fire pits are not just a heating source to gather around on cool evenings, they are also a nice focal point if you're relaxing with friends or enjoying a get together with many. the barbecue style fire pit shown here is more than capable of cooking for families or large parties.
The all in one heater and bbq that can be kept alight all day or night.
The other great thing is that there are no coals to throw away, no grill to clean and the heat that is retained for an exceptionally long time can be utilised to cook multiple meals and dishes without the need to buy more gas or fuel, just a small amount of suitable wood which is readily available.
Bases for wood fired ovens come in all shapes and sizes and can be as simple as a wooden frame, steel frame or of course bricks and mortar. Sometimes preference is given to cost and other times for simplicity of construction and we're able to show you all the options available and with you every step of the way should you need help.
Just call or email for a prompt response.
The setting above can be reproduced with any of our newer style ovens
For those starting out on the journey of wanting your own oven please call us to go through the many options available and we'll work out a cost to arrange the whole thing.
Whichever route you take to establishing yourself as the proud owner of your very own 'oven' we'll help you by showing you what's possible and how much it will cost.
There's no charge to survey and cost it all, just email us or give us a call today for more info....we're there to help.
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28, Harlech Drive, Newport NP10 8QS, Gwent, Wales
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Cardiff - Newport - Chepstow
NP postcode areas covered for supply and fit
Abercarn, Abergavenny, Abertillery, Beachley, Blackwood, Blaenavon, Blaenau Gwent, Brynmawr, Caerleon, Caerphilly, Caldicot, Chepstow, Crickhowell, Crumlin, Cwmbran, Cwmfelinfach, Ebbw Vale, Forest of Dean, Griffithstown, Hereford, Little Mill, Llandegveth, Magor, Monmouth, Newport, Pontllanfraith, Pontypool, Powys, Raglan, Redbrook, Rhymney, Risca, Sedbury, Torfaen, Tredegar, Underwood, Usk, Welsh Newton, Ynysddu.
CF postcode areas covered for supply and fit
Aberdare, Bargoed, Barry, Bridgend, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Cowbridge, Dinas Powys, Ferndale, Hengoed, Llantwit Major, Maesteg, Merthyr Tydfil, Mountain Ash, Penarth, Pentre, Pontyclun, Pontypridd, Porth, Porthcawl, Rhoose, Sully, Tonypandy, Treharris, Treorchy.