Before selecting a cooking appliance, consider the needs of your household. For big families, double wall ovens and a microwave might be the best solution. Those living in smaller homes where space is at a premium might benefit from simply having a powerful convection microwave that offers the benefits of a regular microwave plus the ability to grill, bake, roast, and crisp food.
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If you’re in the market for microwaves that can reheat, defrost and cook your food, there are a range of options to choose from. The ultimate convenience appliance, microwaves come in various styles, including countertop, above-the-range or a built-in.
Stand-alone vs. Built-in microwaves
Stand-alone microwave ovens sit on your countertop and do the trick for most homes. For smaller kitchens and those looking to free-up space, above-the-range microwaves, which sit above your cooktop, are a great solution. If you’re upgrading your kitchen, consider a built-in microwave that will fit in seamlessly with your new cabinetry.
If it’s ranges you’re after, there’s a wide selection on the market. Choose from gas, electric, or induction stoves, dual fuel ranges or off-grid propane stoves. From basic models to top-of-the-line ranges, there are options to suit every taste and budget.
Cooktops & Ovens
If you’re looking for a gas stove, ensure your kitchen has a gas line installed before buying a gas oven. If you’re looking for the best of both worlds, consider a dual fuel range that offers a gas cooktop and an electric oven.
For those wanting a sleeker, more contemporary cooking option, wall ovens are a great solution. These versatile ovens can fit flawlessly into your kitchen design and often come with built-in microwaves as well. Wall ovens may also be more ergonomic as they generally sit at eye and arm level, making it easier on your back to take dishes in and out of the oven. A double wall oven has the added benefit of enabling you to cook multiple dishes at the same time at different temperatures.