All Wood Stone equipment must have a minimum clearance to combustibles when installed.Clearances
Learn more about electrical requirements for our stone hearth oven lines.Electrical Information
Unloading & Moving
Moving a Wood Stone oven can present interesting challenges to even the most experienced riggers.Unloading & Moving
Rollover Cage (MS Ovens)
Mountain Series Ovens can be shipped with an optional Rollover Cage to facilitate removal from the stand to fit it through a smaller doorway.Rollover Cage
Some general guidelines for venting a Wood Stone stone hearth oven.Venting Overview
MS Venting Do's & Don'ts
Specific guidelines you should follow to ensure your oven works properly.Mountain Series Venting Do’s and Don’ts
Oven Installation FAQs
Answers To Your Questions
“This is my first time to the website, where do I start learning about installing a Wood Stone?”
The most comprehensive information regarding installation can be found in the Installation and Operation Manuals for each piece of equipment.
“How do these ovens ship?”
Contact us to get the important details a freight company will need for shipping a Wood Stone oven by land, air, or sea. Then read Unloading & Moving to learn how to handle the ovens once they arrive.
“That’s a big oven. How do I fit it in the door?”
Have concerns about fitting your oven in the door? We have solutions! Contact us for recommendations.
“My HVAC guy is on the phone,” or “my inspector has never worked with a restaurant with one of these ovens before.”
It is easier than it looks. You will want to start by getting everyone working on this project on the same page, literally and figuratively. Share the Venting Guidelines page with contractors and inspectors and make sure your installers read the Dos and Don’ts of Oven Venting.
“What are the clearances on your oven, and what’s the footprint?”
Please see the Clearances and our Facade Tutorials for clearance details. For sizing information, refer to the individual oven specs in our Product Catalog, and for other details, please download and review the appropriate Installation and Operation Manual.
“The oven’s in place, vented, and plumbed. How do I build a decorative facade?”
Our Facade Tutorials are the place to start. These tutorials will walk you through “typical” installations. After you’ve got a feel for the basics check out our installation photo galleries on Flickr to see variations on the theme.
“It’s early in the game, I haven’t ordered my oven yet. What pieces can I include with my oven to make this installation easier?”
So here’s the sales pitch . . . after selling and supporting over 17,000 ovens around the world, we’ve come up with some great accessories that aid the installation process and can save you time and money. We call them Facade Extensions and they can be used with flat walls, corner placements, or stand alone cylinder or “silo” installations.
Please keep in mind we are always at the other end of the phone. Give us a call at 360.650.1111 and a Wood Stone customer service team member will listen to your questions and help you find the answers.