Increase the oven temperature to make the pizza crispier. The hotter the oven is, the faster the pizza will bake and the crispier the pizza will be. I recommend raising the temperature to the highest temperature. The second thing you should do is use a surface to bake the pizza to make the bottom crisp faster.
The most important step in making pizza at home is to preheat the oven to 450°F. If you want the pizza dough to be crispy, like in restaurants, you should put the pizza in the oven when the stove is very hot. Restaurants use an incredible amount of oil in the bottom of the pan. That's one of the reasons why their pizza is so good and filling: all that oil adds FLAVOR and CRUNCHY TEXTURE.
Using a pizza stone will give you a dry and crispy dough. This method will also give you a crispy dough but with a lot of flavor. When I can hold a portion by grabbing only the outer edge, the pizza doesn't fold down at the tip of the wedge. Ingredients, such as pineapple and fresh mushrooms, can leave behind small pools of water that take a long time to dry before the pizza is browned.
You can find fully cooked ground beef, sausage, and grilled chicken in my freezer at all times to quickly prepare a pizza. When you see the pizza dough swell up, baking the base of the pizza will turn all the excess water into vapors. While baking the pizza, when you see that the pizza turns brown, take it out for a while to see if the pizza is well cooked or not. When the oven is at its hottest, you can add your pizza and soon you'll have the ideal crispy pizza dough.
When you put all the ingredients in the pizza base, it will increase the load on the pizza dough and add more moisture, of course. Or, at the very least, the dough may be golden and crispy on the surface only, with a very thin, crunchy layer on the dough that is lost shortly after the pizza is allowed to rest for a period of time after baking. Remember that it's better to have a slow-baked crispy dough that everyone likes than a quick pizza that lacks the desired crunchy texture and that nobody really likes.