Buying Guide


A wood-fired pizza oven is the best option if you want that particular flavor, whether you're a skilled professional chef or an eager novice. On the other hand, great flame control is necessary if you want to make the perfect pizza in a wood-fired oven.

A wood-fired pizza oven requires extra work to clean. If these limitations deter you, go with a gas-fired pizza oven. The cooking performance of gas-fired versions can virtually match that of their wood-fired counterparts, and they are also simpler to light and manage.

Additionally, there are electric pizza ovens, which are usually made for indoor use.

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If you don't have a lot of room, you can also choose a multi-purpose oven that performs multiple tasks (for instance, a pizza oven and a smoker or a barbeque).

The heating capability of the pizza oven should also be taken into account. In a 350-400°C oven, a pizza should cook in about 2 to 5 minutes, which is impossible in the majority of conventional ovens.The insulation of the pizza oven's baking chamber is also vital to take into account because it affects how uniformly the heat is spread throughout the chamber and, consequently, how the pizza cooks. The insulation also lowers the temperature of the exterior walls, which minimizes heat output from the oven. If you plan to use your pizza oven inside, this is an extremely crucial factor to take into account.

Wood-fired or gas-fired?

Traditional wood-fired and gas-fired pizza ovens each have benefits and drawbacks.

Wood-fired pizza ovens

Wood-fired pizza ovens caramelize the sugars in the dough, producing an unmistakable flavor and cutting down on cooking time. This is accomplished by the strong, incredibly dry heat of the flames. Even multiple pizzas can be cooked at once on some models.

However, you must pay extremely close attention to the temperature and draw, which are changed by opening and shutting the door, in order to achieve perfectly baked pizzas. The flames are weaker and the pizza cooks by conduction and convection when the door is closed. The flames are more intense when the door is open, giving the pizza its golden-brown, crispy texture.You should start the fire around 30 minutes before you want to begin cooking for the best results. You will need to frequently clean the pizza oven and remove the ashes as maintenance.

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Gas-fired pizza oven

The fuel for gas-fired pizza ovens might come from the mains or a gas bottle (butane or propane). Gas-fired pizza ovens may be lighted instantly by pressing a button, unlike wood-fired pizza ovens which require preheating. The increase in temperature is rapid.Additionally, it can be changed exactly to a degree.

However, with less expensive devices, you could detect a faint gas smell.

Cleaning a gas-fired pizza oven is simple; all that is needed is a quick brushing of the baking chamber.

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OR if you want something that works with both, you can see our hybrid pizza ovens collection by clicking this.

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