Sales Tax applies in CA & NJ
Heat Up Time
To reach 750°F using around 90lb of wood
Cool Down Time
From 750°F down to 160°F with door fitted and fire out
Fits eight 10″ pizzas or five large roasting trays
58.5″ x 63″
Minimum stand size required to fit this oven
2560lb in crate
The D105 PreCut Brick Oven is our best selling Brick Oven Kit. With an internal diameter of 41.3″, the D105 PreCut Kit is big enough to satisfy even the largest family. It easily cooks five pizzas at once, eight if you’re highly skilled using a pizza peel. Of course, it’s not just about pizza – fresh sourdough bread, succulent slow roasts, grilled steaks, all taste better cooked with wood.
If you’re looking for the real thing – a true, Italian style Wood Fired Brick Oven, then this is the perfect choice.
All of the bricks come cut and ground to size, we provide you with templates, CNC machined formwork, a trammel, fibreglass dome form and much more. Your job is to assemble the kit like a big Lego set (see the Brick Oven Kits page for more details).
A key strength of the D105 Brick Oven is the sheer amount of thermal mass in its walls and floor; when you fire it up you’re heating almost 2200lb of dense refractory fire brick, which is cocooned in highly efficient refractory insulation. The result is a brick oven that takes approximately 2.5 hours to reach 750°F, and takes a staggering 72 hours to cool back down to 160°F.
Our Wood Fired Oven kits are packed into heavy duty plywood crates, perfect for the rigours of a trip across the USA.
The best way of getting your D105 kit to you is to ship it to a nearby Estes Express freight terminal where you could collect it with pickup or trailer. The Estes Express team at the Terminal will load your kit onto your vehicle with a forklift.
When you get home just pop the crate open while it’s still in the trailer and unload each component by hand.
If you know a local business with a forklift that can take delivery of the crate for you we will be more than happy to quote delivery to that location.
Click the map to get a price for shipping to your closest depot!
We have been manufacturing our Wood Fired Oven Kits in Australia since 2011 and over time we have built up a list of professional tradesmen that we trust enough to recommend to our customers around Australia.
At this point in time we have not yet begun the process of finding and evaluating professionals that we can recommend to you.
That being said, any good tradesman will be able to assemble our Brick Oven Kits to the same level of quality that we do. After all, the kits are designed to be built by DIYers with no prior experience in bricklaying!
If you would love one of our Ovens, but really don’t want to build it yourself, then we recommend you speak to family and friends to find a local landscaper/bricklayer/stonemason that they trust to take their time and do a good quality job. The key is that they must read all of the instructions, and watch all of the videos.
If you’ve had your oven built for you by a local professional and think they would be a good fit for our list of Professional Installers then we would love to hear from you. We’re sorry that we don’t have a list of recommended Oven Builders in America just yet, but please know that we’re working on it!
We’ve created a set of detailed instructions to guide you through the process of building your D105 PreCut Brick Oven Kit. We want you to have a great time building it, so we’ve put a lot of effort into them to make the project as enjoyable as possible.
There are two sets of instructions; a detailed written guide and a video series to accompany it. You will need both – the written instructions give you details that can’t be covered in the videos, and the videos teach you things that can’t be covered in writing.
If you want to draw up your alfresco in CAD, we have created 3D models of our D105 Brick Oven Kit and some suggested stand designs to accompany them. We have exported a version of each model in Rhino, Sketchup and STEP. The 3D models bundled into ZIP files; each ZIP file contains three versions of the drawing in the file types listed above.
There are also some very handy PDF files linked below that we hope you will find useful.