Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 18:51:01 PM. Kitchen. By Evelyne Eric.
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If you’re replacing your current oven, you’ll need to find an option that fits with your current space. Decide if you want to have your oven separate from your stovetop, as many models include both. If you’re looking at more compact options, an oven with a range is the way to go. If you’re upgrading to a newer model, look into options that have smart technology integrated. GE makes newer models of wall ovens that can set and control cooking time. Even though bold colors are hot this year, consider a stainless steel model as that is a finish that will never go out of style. As an oven is a large investment, you’ll want to make sure you’re making the best choice to see the largest return when it is time to sell.
Some homeowners choose to keep their stovetop separate from their oven. Like anything else, one of the first choices you’ll have to make is between gas vs. electric. Gas stoves tend to give home chefs more control over the temperature, so food can cook more precisely. While electric stoves can be cheaper to install and easy to maintain. Be aware that if you’re setting up your stovetop separate from your oven, you’ll need to have the proper gas or electric supply.
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