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post #16 of 18

Maybe you could have a carpenter remover the exterior door and frame so the oven would fit.

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MimiFix:  There is only one entrance.  It is very small (625 sqf) and has no back door, etc.  Previously there were two pizza shops in and has passed building/fire inspection.  We are not required to file a change of use permit for the city . .  as this was already a food establishment.  

 

I know many places that do not have a second exit.

 

kpry:  As a last resort we were going to start calling professional glass companies to get estimates on coming out to remove all the glass front windows and the farming so that we can move our equipment in.  I feared that this would be a very costly event   Simply taking the door off the hinge only gave us 1 more inch.  Still, ovens would not fit.

 

 

Update:  For anyone facing this issue down the road . .     I contacted our sales rep at Central Restaurant and he has informed me that most "double stack ovens" ship in 3 parts.   One Oven, Second Oven, and stacking unit.  This was GREAT news.  The individual ovens are about 32" tall, can be turned on their side and enter through the door. . . assembled once inside the store. 

 

PERFECT ending.

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post #18 of 18

Wonderful news!! Good luck to you and your new bakery!!

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