Installation Tips

Ezboilers, the best outdoor wood stove

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Supporting concrete blocks for outdoor wood burning boiler placement.
Choose a location with firm, level ground, and set four solid concrete blocks on which the stove will sit. A poured concrete slab is also an option.
Flatbed delivery of ezboilers outdoor wood furnaces.
We use a flatbed trailer to deliver our stoves, simplifying the loading and unloading process.
Custom built outdoor furnace moving machine.
Our custom built moving machine is designed to maneuver over uneven surfaces and in tight spaces.


Final installation placement of ezboilers outdoor wood furnace.
Final placement of the stove.
Outdoor wood stove moving machine.
If the owner ever needs to relocate the stove, a forklift can be used in the same way as our machine.




Stove Footprint
When you’re beginning to install your boiler, the footprint comes in handy to position the solid concrete blocks under the legs or pouring a concrete pad.

L = 60 inches
W = 44 inches

L = 48 inches
W = 44 inches

Those measurements are from the outsides of the stove’s legs. Each leg is approximately 3″ square. Therefore, the centered measurements for the EZ-Pro are 57″ x 41″, and for the EZ-Classic are 45″ x 41″. If you use these measurements when placing the solid concrete blocks and measure from the CENTER of each block, your stove should sit on them perfectly.

A few tips to extend the life of your stove


Grounding Rod
A properly installed grounding rod system will protect people from electricl shock, help safeguard expensive electronic equipment, prevent electrolysis, limit neutral-to-ground voltage, and satisfy the NEC along the way.

Electrolysis of water is the decomposition of water (H2O) into oxygen (O2) and hydrogen (H2) gasses when an electric current passes through the water.

Use only a 4GA or larger wire with proper grounding clips. Grind paint away where the wire is attached to the stove to get a solid electrical connection.

GFI Outlet or GFI Breaker
Always use a GFI outlet or GFI breaker on the stove. This will protect the electronics, prolong the life of the stove, and protect the user from shock hazard as well.

Grease the Solenoid
The solenoid controls the air flow to the firebox. If it fails, there will be no control over the burn rate, and the stove won’t work. At least once a week, grease the solenoid shaft. As with any maintenance around the electrical, disconnect the power first. Clean off the old, dirty grease first, then apply a fresh coating on the solenoid shaft only. Use a Di-Electric grease on the solenoid shaft to prevent rusting and to allow free movement of the solenoid. A regular grease will also work if needed. This will extend the life of the solenoid, and keep the fire burning at the right rate.    

Greasing the solenoid


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