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Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)


Q.  How do I assemble my new Oven Brothers pizza oven?
A.  It's super easy. You will find a written step-by-step manual in the delivered flat-packed wooden crate that will assist you in assembling your new wood fired pizza oven. 
Q. Can my new oven be painted once it's all assembled?
A. Yes of course it can.  We recommend using high heat paint from your local hardware store.  It's best if you do all your prep and paint work prior to placing the fire bricks in the oven.
Q.  How long does it take before I can cook a pizza?
A.  Under normal circumstances The Original Bro ™ takes 30-35 minutes to heat up, while The Big Bro ™ takes 45-60 minutes to heat up.
Q.  Can I purchase an oven kit without the fire bricks?
A.  No.  Oven Brothers offers a complete ready to fire oven package.
Q.  Do you offer after sales support?
Yes!  You can contact us with any of your questions.
Q.  Do you offer oven assembly / installation services?
A.  If you are in the Ottawa, Ontario area and would like your oven assembled on-site please contact us to make arrangements.
Q. Do your ovens need to be seasoned before the first use?
A.  Yes, seasoning the oven is required prior to first use.  For full instructions please refer to your owners manual.
Q.  Is it possible to cook more than pizza in my new oven?
A.  Absolutely!  You can cook almost anything in your new oven ranging from homemade pasta dishes, chicken, steak, fresh baked pies, and even bread.
Q.  How is the oven affected by the high heat temperatures?
A.  Due to high temperatures, it is normal that the carbon steel panels might deform a little. This does not have any impact on the cooking quality or the overall performance of your new outdoor oven.
Q. Why buy Canadian?

A.  We are securing jobs, helping to create new ones and let’s not forget, when Canadian businesses are successful, they are in a position to give back to the communities they serve by supporting local charities, cultural associations, etc. Successfully employed Canadians and successful businesses also mean larger tax revenues towards government programs. Buying products made in Canada makes sense!