Cook like the professionals with a reliable wall oven
Wall ovens are built directly into your kitchen wall. Instead of a bulky kitchen range, these ovens add an aesthetic appeal as well as functional benefits. They're perfect for smaller kitchens that don't have a lot of space, but they can also add a contemporary look to any size kitchen. If you want a gas cooktop, but an electric oven, or vice-versa, a wall oven and separate cooktop can also be an easier alternative than a dual fuel range.
When it comes to choosing an oven, you have two primary options: a full kitchen range or a wall oven. If you're just replacing your current appliance, you may want to choose the kind that fits the existing setup and wiring in your kitchen. If you're doing a full remodel, on the other hand, you'll have more versatility in your decision. You can find gas and electric models for both wall ovens and ranges. You can also find dual fuel ranges if your biggest concern is having both a gas cooktop and an electric oven.Read More
Convection cooking is an oven feature that uses radiant heat with a fan to circulate hot air throughout the oven. Ovens with the convection feature bake food more evenly and more quickly than conventional ovens do. Some ovens are solely convection, while others offer both conventional cooking and an additional convection cooking setting.Read More
Automatic convection conversion translates conventional oven baking time and temperature to the recommended convection baking settings with the press of a button. Baking temperature is lower and cooking time is shorter in a convection oven. Regardless of the type of cooking you're doing in your convection oven, convection temperature conversion is essential. The automatic convection conversion feature eliminates the guesswork of reducing time or temperature when using a convection oven.Read More
The cook and hold feature allows you to set a timer on your oven to cook your food and then lower the temperature to a warming setting. Some models even offer a delayed start feature, in which your food will begin cooking at a pre-determined time, which is perfect for making sure dinner is ready when you get home from work or running errands.Read More
A hidden bake element is an oven feature that removes the heat element from plain sight. Instead of a visible heat supply, the baking element is hidden inside the oven floor. An oven with a hidden bake element may provide additional space inside the oven for cooking. The hidden element can also make cleaning easier.Read More
A warming drawer is an appliance that can keep food properly heated without needing to use oven space. Warming drawers are sometimes found at the bottom of a freestanding or slide-in range, but they can also be independent kitchen appliances that are built into your cabinets. Many warming drawers offer a few heat settings with different temperatures so that you can accommodate different types of food.Read More