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  • Gas Pizza Ovens

    If you want precise temperature control, easy cleanup, and heat up times in 30 minutes or less, then you can't beat the speed and ease of use of a gas pizza oven.

    Unlike wood-burning pizza ovens, you don't have to deal with building a fire, maintaining it for hours, and buying cords of wood to keep it fed.

    All you have to do is hook up a propane tank or connect a natural gas line, and fire up the gas burner. And with Neapolitan pizza cooking times of 90 seconds or less, you'll be chewing crispy crust before your pizza party even kicks off.

    Whether you're an outdoor cooking pro and thrive on terms like radiant heat, conductive heat retention, and heat distribution, or brand new and only qualified to knead pizza dough and use a pizza cutter, then you're in the right place.

    We've helped thousands of people find the perfect pizza cooker for their indoor or outdoor kitchen, and we'd be fired up to help you too.

    Whether it's a portable oven, countertop oven, or diy pizza oven kit we'll get you the best authentic pizza oven for your indoor or outdoor space. Cooking up restaurant-quality pizza in no-time.

    So throw away your pizza stone and grab a pizza peel. It's time to light the gas burner and cook homemade pizza in minutes!

    Find your new gas pizza oven today!

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    Gas Pizza Oven FAQ

    Yes, you can taste the difference between a wood and gas pizza oven.

    With a wood-fired pizza oven, you can enhance the taste of your meals with wood-fired flavor based on the type of wood you burn.

    With gas-fired ovens you lose that smoky flavor enhancement unless you upgrade to a dual fuel hybrid (wood and gas) oven.

    However, you can still make delicious pizza that tastes much better than cooking on a stone baking board in a regular oven.

    It takes between 10 to 30 minutes to heat a gas pizza oven.

    The heating time varies based on the size of the oven and the quality of the materials and insulation used to build the oven.

    A small, portable pizza oven can heat up in 10 minutes or less because the cooking surface is smaller and typically made of lower quality floor materials like clay or cordierite stone baking board to make it lighter.

    A larger, outdoor pizza oven heats up in about 30 minutes or less because the bigger pizza oven body and cooking chamber require more heat circulation to get the floor up to the appropriate cooking temperature.

    Propane pizza ovens are best if you want an oven that's easy to use, fast to heat up, and quick to clean up.

    Wood-fired ovens are great if you prefer traditional style, smoky flavor infused in your meals, and enjoy the process of building and working the fire.

    Both will cook awesome pizza with extreme heat.

    Gas pizza ovens are better than electric if you want authentic, professional quality pizzas with leopard-spotted crust.

    Electric ovens primarily use both convection and conductive heat in their baking process to cook pizzas. This leaves your pizza tasting like you cooked it in your home oven. The only real advantages of electric ovens are you don't need a gas tank or line, and more consistent cooking through better temperature control for longer cooks.

    Conversely, outdoor gas pizza ovens use 4 forms of heat distribution in the cooking chamber: convection, conduction, direct, and radiant heat. So the result is a more thorough cook for crispy crust and amazing pizza.

    However, the downside is a steeper learning curve.

    Yes, a gas pizza oven needs to be vented.

    Like any indoor or outdoor oven, ventilation is important to ensure the fire is burning efficiently, and smoke from the burned off gas and your food are pulled away safely rather than out to your face.

    A properly vented oven is very important to keep you safe and healthy while using your oven.

    Yes, it is safe to use a gas pizza oven indoors as long as the oven is properly vented.

    Properly vented means the pizza oven chimney is piped to the exterior of your home where dangerous levels of smoke and fuel residue such as carbon monoxide gas can be vented outside.

    Proper ventilation installed by a professional is very important to protecting you and your family from smoke inhalation and carbon monoxide poisoning.

    Yes, you can cook all types of meat in a gas pizza oven!

    The high heat makes it an excellent option for searing steaks, ribs, pork chops, ham, chicken, and anything else your meaty heart desires.

    If it can be cooked on a grill, it can be cooked in a gas oven. It'll just taste way better!

    Yes, a gas oven needs a chimney.

    Without a chimney the oven won't have effective ventilation to ensure the fire is burning efficiently, and smoke from the burned off gas and your food are pulled away safely rather than out the mouth of the oven into your face.

    Like a wood oven, a properly vented gas oven is very important to keep you safe and healthy while cooking.

    No, you can't use wood in a gas pizza oven.

    The ash from the burned wood will clog the gas burners.

    However, dual fuel hybrid (gas and wood) ovens are available. These ovens come either pre-built to work with both wood and gas (Chicago Brick Oven models) or have a separate accessory for purchase called a Hybrid Kit (Alfa models only) that allows your gas oven to use wood as well.

    Gas fired pizza ovens use propane or natural gas to heat up the interior walls and floor of the oven to get it up to the ideal temperature range.

    The better the build quality of the oven, the more efficient it will be with gas consumption and holding the heat.

    Propane and natural gas are the best for pizza ovens due to their heating efficiency, reliability, cost, and availability.

    Gas pizza ovens are great if you want an oven that's simple to use, heats up fast, and easy to clean after each cook.

    Both gas and wood ovens can reach similar temperature ranges and cook fantastic pizzas.

    But you can't get wood-fired flavor infused in your meals without burning wood. If you want the best of both worlds, look into the dual fuel hybrid options on our website.

    Gas ovens can cook incredible pizza because they're easy to use, provide consistent heat, and can get up to temperatures in excess of 800°F to cook Neapolitan-style pizzas.

    However, the downfall of gas ovens is you can't get the same smoky flavor in your foods that you can with a wood oven.

    Gas pizza ovens don't smoke.

    However, they will "smoke" if the food you're cooking contains oils or the food starts to burn.

    It's important to note that gas ovens still need to be properly vented due to hazardous chemicals from food born smoke and carbon monoxide gas emitted from the burners.