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maheel 08-25-2007 01:14 AM

Hi from Perth Australia
 
Hi all

found the web site and thought i would join up so i could see your pics and get more info on building an oven


top site

and look forward to asking a few questions

Maheel

nissanneill 08-25-2007 04:45 AM

Re: Hi from Perth Australia
 
Welcome Maheel,
good to find another Ausie on board. Our numbers are on the increase.
You have come to the right forum for the best advice.
Are you planning to build an oven or merely brousing?
You have a few nights to view a multitude of ovens and ideas as well as how and what to cook in them.


Neill

maheel 08-25-2007 07:41 PM

Re: Hi from Perth Australia
 
Hi Neill

i have wanted to build for a while, and was thinking of getting started before summer comes along :).

i was going to go with a brick arch (square end?) design but looking at some of the ideas on this sight may change that.

once i sort out the size i can get the foundations in to build on

cheers

Bacterium 08-26-2007 03:08 AM

Re: Hi from Perth Australia
 
Welcome Maheel

...careful you could become addicted.....however your friends will enjoy the results of it :rolleyes:

fell free to discuss your thoughts on the direction you have in mind....

asudavew 08-26-2007 06:55 PM

Re: Hi from Perth Australia
 
Welcome!

I'm new myself, but the site is great!

And it does seem to become an addiction....

As I was filling concrete blocks today I kept thinking...... "Am I crazy!"

Still not sure yet...... I'll let you know when I'm done.

jab49 04-24-2008 09:24 PM

Re: Hi from Perth Australia
 
Hi Maheel et al

I'm also from Perth (Willetton) and I plan to build an oven into an existing limestone wall (the oven door will be in the wall, and the oven behind, out of sight. I'm wondering if that's the right thing to do, to save space, or should I make the dome a feature in itself, and build it where you can see the whole thing? Also, do you get any warmth from the oven (are they any good for heating a patio area?)

Anyway, this looks like a great site, so I look forward to the addiction.

Regards to all who read this, whereever you are.

John



Quote:

Originally Posted by maheel (Post 14307)
Hi all

found the web site and thought i would join up so i could see your pics and get more info on building an oven


top site

and look forward to asking a few questions

Maheel


talisker63 04-24-2008 11:42 PM

Re: Hi from Perth Australia
 
Hey Maheel,

i'm in Melbourne welcome!

I built a tunnel (arched with squared ends). Much more simple to build but I think the dome design looks much better and apparently makes better pizza...
There is a mob in Perth that will sell you the entire kit for an oven full assembly is by you!

Enjoy the site - lot's of knowledge here.


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