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Old 03-15-2013, 04:10 AM
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Next step was to build a timber frame around two walls of the gazebo to protect the kitchen area from the weather and it keep it cleaner. Again, on ebay I found another bargain, this time, a 3m long (yes, perfect for my space again) louvered timber window. It will let in plenty of light, and it also comes with flyscreens which will help keep the leaf litter from next doors trees out of the area.
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Old 03-15-2013, 04:27 AM
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So, this brings me up to my current stage.

The timber frame has been lined on the outside with cement fibre board. Ive installed the window and the benchtop. Undersink plumbing has been connected to sewer and new flick mixer pullout tap installed (btw, having a sink so close to the oven is fantastic. Saves many trips back inside the house).

Cabinet doors have been put on and outdoor fridge set in place.

Now just waiting for the electrician to return to connect wiring for power points and lights before lining the inside of the frame.

I also still plan to make two glass block windows in the walls above the oven just for some extra light and as a feature.

Hope you like my job so far. Like I said, slow progress but I'm pleased with the results so far and the DYI aspect is great fun for me too.
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Old 03-15-2013, 04:38 AM
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Just thought i'd post some rare photos of some things ive cooked in the oven. I always seem to remember to take photos when its too late and its been eaten.

This is my first pizza (well, half pizza) which was excellent.

Some roast chicken & potatoes, bread and a large batch of roast potatoes for a new years eve party.
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Old 05-19-2013, 07:46 AM
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I've just completed lining the inside walls of The kitchen area with 6mm fibre cement board. In the process now of filling and sanding the joints prior to painting.
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Old 05-23-2013, 06:52 AM
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It is looking great, Bruno!

can't wait to see the finished look!

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Old 05-23-2013, 11:43 PM
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Thanks Neil. Slow progress, but I can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
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This looks awesome, I have a few questions.

1. What was the name of the importer of oven, you seem to like the quality.
2. Where did you pick up the bench from so cheap?
3. What height do you have the bench at? It looks as if u have it higher then usual, does this get annoying or do u barely notice.

I'm from Wollongong currently building a house and the outdoor living and kitchen is what in most excited about.

Thanks chris
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Old 11-12-2013, 02:42 PM
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Sorry for the late reply but I've been away the past few weeks.

Regarding your questions, I bought the oven from a company called "Vesuvio Wood Fired Ovens" located in Revesby in Sydney. Mine is the 1000mm FVR model.

I was lucky enough to get the bench for a bargain from gumtree. It is 3 metres long and included the undermount sink and i think i paid $200 at the time.

It is set at a standard kitchen benchtop height and the pizza oven bench is about an inch higher.
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Thanks for the reply

I ran into them at a home show recently and they do look good build, will probably head that way myself.

Thanks for the other information.
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Old 02-28-2014, 05:18 AM
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More photo updates.
- Downlights and ceiling fan installed.
- I've applies undercoat and 1 topcoat to all walls & ceilings (still to do 1 more coat).
- Splashback has been tiled using large 600mm x 600mm porcelain tiles (extended to around the back of the oven.
- Top of the oven stand has been tiled using same porcelain tiles but in 300x300 size.
- New BBQ and range hood installed.
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