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Thursday, January 9, 2020

Customer Installations!

Customers have been submitting some wonderful installation images of and comments about their Woodstock Soapstone stoves recently, and we wanted to share a few of them here on our blog. 

This group is a nice representation showing one of our newer wood stoves, the Progress Hybrid, our largest gas stove, the Fireside Franklin, as well as one of our original models, the Fireview/Model 201 (built before 1996). Enjoy!


PROGRESS HYBRID WOOD STOVE
"I know you guys like seeing pics, and so do I, so I wanted to share this with y’all. We live in the Texas panhandle and this keeps our 2 story 2,600 sq ft house toasty even on 0 degree days. We love our stove...and so does the dog😄"
-R. Hodges

FIRESIDE FRANKLIN GAS STOVE
"This is our 7th winter that we have had our amazing gas Woodstock stove! We love it, and it is a favorite resting spot for Frankie, too!"


FIREVIEW MODEL 201 (BUILD PRIOR TO 1996)
"The hearth is Bouquet Cny Stone. The stone is a little over 1,000 lbs. This is a local stone. To the best of my knowledge it is no longer mined. The mantel is from AZ. I had it cut and shipped to Acton, CA
Some of the items that surround the stove are:
Two cast iron owls. Found between the fence in the San Fernando Valley. They burned citronella.
A dated Hatchel, 1791 for flax or hemp
Various Wagner Ware cast iron
Krusty Korn Kob pans various sizes and makes
A Griswold, Heart/Star waffle maker
A KEEN KUTTER waffle maker
1800's Grizzly bear trap w/ tool to compress
A fire pot
Keen Kutter apple peeler
Large 35 gal. kettle for fire wood
Various beam scales from mid 1800's
Cast iron Aebleskiver, yes that is the correct spelling.
1859 M. W. Waterman, egg pan or Gem pan
A candle mold"
Thanks, -D. Bybee