Wood Stone does not sell equipment directly to end users. Our products are available through restaurant equipment dealers. If you are not currently working with a dealer, please contact the Wood Stone factory representative closest to you, and they will introduce you to one. Call us at 1.800.988.8103 with questions.
Wood Stone equipment is usually built to order. For a price quote or lead time estimate, please request a quote through a restaurant equipment dealer.
Wood Stone tools and accessories can be purchased from any of our authorized dealers. You can also purchase direct from the factory, via our online shopping cart or by calling us directly at 1.800.988.8103.
Parts can be ordered directly from Wood Stone by calling 1.800.988.8103.
Countless blind taste tests have confirmed for us that there is little appreciable difference in flavor. In our opinion, it is open flame (of any kind) and the stone itself that create the wonderful flavor profiles that have long been associated with wood fire. However, the theater and marketing power of a live wood fire cannot be underestimated.
You can reach our service team 24/7 by calling 800.988.8103. During office hours, you can also reach us at 360.650.1111. During the Warranty period, you must contact Wood Stone directly for service. We will arrange for service with one of our authorized service agents. After the warranty period, you are free to utilize whichever service agency you prefer.
The gas usage will vary greatly depending on your oven model, fuel type, usage, and even what you are cooking. However, as a reference point, a WS-MH-5-RFG-IR using natural gas rated at 188,000 BTU/hr (1.88therms/hr) with a temperature range of 550F-600F (285C-315C), with two hours of heat up time and four hours of cooking, might average around 675,000 BTU daily (6.75 therms/day or 1.125 therms/hr). For more detailed information, follow this link that explains the Average Gas Consumption vs Gas Utility Requirements.
For a detailed explanation of what make Wood Stone special, please view our points of difference.
Wood Stone ovens are typically operated at temperatures which preclude the need for cleaning of the interior walls and ceiling (the dome) of the oven. If, however, you routinely operate the oven at floor temperatures lower than 450 °F, you may notice a buildup on the interior walls and/or ceiling of the oven. If this is the case, use this procedure to periodically clean the oven.
Almost all Wood Stone ovens will develop a crazing crack over time. These are the natural result of expansion and contraction of the deck as it heats and cools, and is completely normal. For more information, click here.
Most Wood Stone ovens can be vented with either a Type 1 hood or by direct connection of a grease duct – the final determination of what is allowed will be made by the local authority having jurisdiction, so please submit venting plans for approval before installation. For more specific info on venting, see the Installation and Operation Manual for your specific model.
Wood Stone uses a combination of rigid ceramic and spun ceramic fiber insulation – these advanced materials allow us to have a much lower clearance to combustibles than competitors' ovens. Most Wood Stone equipment requires only 1” side clearance to combustibles, and 0” to non-combustibles. For more detailed information on a specific piece of equipment, consult that units Installation and Operations Manual.
Wood Stone has come up with many creative solutions for installation over the years. For more info, see our Installations Solutions page.
Initial Start Up procedure can vary for each piece of equipment. For detailed information, please consult your unit's Installation and Operations Manual.
Information about oven weights and load distribution can be found here.
Certainly! Many customers have loved Wood Stone so much, they had to have one for the home. To that end, we have created a line of ovens for residential use – Wood Stone Home.