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winnrachel 01-02-2009 06:31 PM

Stand options
 
I am a renter so I do not want to build an oven that I can't take with me. Does anyone have any options for a stand that will support the oven.

Thank you so much ---

michelevit 01-15-2009 08:43 AM

Re: Stand options
 
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I am building my pizza oven on a stand and encourage you to do the same.
It was build out of 3 inch square tuning and welded together. My concern was
that I am probably going to move within the next 5-10 years and want
to take the oven with me. The hearth overhangs the stand by 10 inches,
so I will be able to use a forklift to lift the oven off the stand and place
it on a flatbed truck to its new location.

I wasn't sure if the new home owner would consider the pizza oven an asset
or impede the sale of the home.

Here is a pic of the oven stand I built.

Ken524 01-16-2009 10:52 AM

Re: Stand options
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by winnrachel (Post 48234)
I am a renter so I do not want to build an oven that I can't take with me. Does anyone have any options for a stand that will support the oven.

Winnrachel,

If I were in your shoes, I'd buy one of these:
Primavera Beehive Oven | Wood Fired Beehive Oven

You could even save on shipping and do a road trip to FornoBravo and pick it up!

When you are finished renting, you can take it with you to a new house or sell it and build a bigger one.


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