Mountain Series Facade Tutorials

Use the links below to view instructions on how to facade a Wood Stone Mountain Series Stone Hearth Oven. A .pdf covering all of these methods can be downloaded here.

In addition, you may view our Mountain Series Facade Extensions here.

 

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1. Flat Wall Installation

2. Corner with Facade-Ready Oven Front

3. Flat Wall with Extensions & Hood

This tutorial covers flat wall facade installations with an optional Mantle and an on-site fabricated doorway extension. The oven is vented via the direct connect venting method. (Tutorial #3 covers flat wall facade installations, utilizing the optional Wood Stone Doorway Facade Extension Flat.)

This tutorial covers corner facade installations where the facade walls are built to the sides of the oven and the oven front is facade-ready. The oven includes an optional Mantle, standard Service Panel and is vented via the direct connect venting method.

This tutorial covers flat wall facade installations, utilizing the optional Wood Stone Doorway Facade Extension Flat, Storage Box Extension Flat and Flat Face Listed Type 1 Exhaust Hood. Hood details can be found here.


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4. Flat Wall, Extensions & Hood Soffit

5. Cylinder Wall (Silo)

6. Large Radius Wall with Extensions & Hood

This tutorial covers flat wall facade installations with a hood soffit, utilizing the optional Wood Stone Doorway Facade Extension Flat, Storage Box Extension Flat and Flat Face Listed Type 1 Exhaust Hood. Hood details can be found here.

This tutorial covers cylindrical (silo) facade installations, utilizing the optional Wood Stone Doorway Facade Extension Curved – Small Radius and Service Panel Extension Curved – Small Radius. The oven is vented via the direct connect venting method.

This tutorial covers large radius corner wall facade installations, utilizing the optional Wood Stone Doorway Facade Extension Curved – Large Radius, Storage Box Extension Curved – Large Radius and a Curved Face Listed Type 1 Exhaust Hood. Hood details can be found here.


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7. Flat Wall, Arched Doorway & Service Panel Extension

8. Cylinder Wall (Silo) with Viewing Window

9. On-Site Underlayment

This tutorial covers flat wall facade installations, utilizing the optional Wood Stone Doorway Facade Extension Arched and Service Panel Extension Flat. The oven is vented via the direct connect venting method.

This tutorial covers cylindrical (silo) facade installations, utilizing the optional Wood Stone Doorway Facade Extension Curved – Small Radius, Service Panel Extension Curved – Small Radius and Air-Cooled Viewing Window Curved. The oven is vented via the direct connect venting method.

This tutorial covers oven installations with an optional Mantle, standard Service Panel, with installation of on-site facade underlayment and fabrication of a doorway facade lip to allow for field application of tile, stone or brick, directly onto the oven exterior.