Wolf Ranges, Wall Ovens, or Rangetops Flush Installation
- Dual Fuel Ranges, IR Induction Ranges, R Series Gas Ranges, GR Series Gas Ranges, Rangetops, or Sealed Burner Rangetops should be installed so the front of the bullnose is flush with the front of the cabinets
- Install a DF, IR, R, GR, RT, or SRT into a cabinet deeper than installation specifications state
- Install Wolf Wall Ovens in flush inset applications or deeper than 24" cabinets
Installation of Wolf Ranges, Wall Ovens, and Rangetops in cabinetry deeper than Wolf specifications is possible with the following considerations:
- Consider the side panel material against ranges, as heat may dissipate from the unit and cause discoloration or damage to the unit or cabinetry.
- Do not enclose the kickplate area of the range. The leveling legs and electrical and gas shut-off valve (depending on location) must be accessible under the unit.
- Municipality requirements may be more restrictive than Wolf's recommendations. Refer to local code for specific information.
- Wolf always suggests following Wolf Design Guide specifications.
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