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Is Frigidaire's Stove with Air Fry Right for You? - Reviews & Prices

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Mar 16, 2020 10:08 AM 

 

If you've heard about the Frigidaire stove with air fry and want to learn more, you're in the right place! Air frying has become a hot trend over the past few years, and countertop air fryers are popular. But why not save counter space and grab an oven that can do it for you!

Although these products are relatively new, so far the customer reviews have been positive. And outside of air fry mode, the ranges offer solid features and performance.

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Electric Cooktop with Downdraft - Replacing an Old Unit?

Posted by Bob Allaire on Mar 16, 2020 9:15 AM 

 

The downdraft cooktop, originally manufactured and sold exclusively by JennAir, offers a unique combination of cooking and venting in one appliance. If you are replacing an older JennAir electric cooktop with downdraft, you now have options from GE, Frigidaire, and KitchenAid that offer the same combination of cooking and venting as well as new options in styling, features and price points. Although downdraft ranges are getting hard to find, downdraft cooktops are still kicking!

GE Profile and KitchenAid offer electric cooktops (and gas cooktops as well) with downdraft in 30-inch widths. You can also find 36-inch models from Frigidaire Professional and KitchenAid, although Frigidaire has discontinued their lineup and it is uncertain if they will update it with new models. The KitchenAid 36" models come with five burners. More choices are always better, and these companies offer great products in this and every appliance category. Let’s take a look at a couple of the best downdraft electric cooktop models on the market!

 

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Smooth Top Ranges - Pros & Cons vs Coil Top

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Mar 9, 2020 9:00 AM 

 

If you have an old coil top range and are seeking to upgrade it, you should definitely consider one of the many smooth top ranges available. Smooth top ranges have been around for many years now and they offer a great alternative to old coil top models. On the other hand, if you're looking for a cheap electric range that will be easy to repair, a coil top model may still be your best bet.

In this article, we'll go over the pros and cons of a smooth top electric range compared to a coil top range. Check out our range buying guide for more information on buying a new gas or electric kitchen range!

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Samsung Flex Duo - Everything You Need to Know!

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Feb 21, 2020 9:00 AM 

 

A double oven range can be a great way to boost your cooking options: splitting the oven cavity in two means you can cook two dishes at different temperatures simultaneously. A roast for dinner and cookies for dessert? Yes please!

However, there are a few downsides to the double oven range style: the lower oven is usually the larger one, but it's closer to the floor so you have to bend or squat to get to it. Sometimes the oven space is divided about half and half, while in others there is a smaller upper oven and a larger lower oven. The Samsung Flex Duo system aims to give you the best of both worlds by making it easy to convert your range from a double to a single oven whenever you want.

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The Professional Gas Range - Info & 4 High End Range Reviews

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Feb 13, 2020 9:00 AM 

 

If you've been out looking at professional or pro ranges for your kitchen and are astounded by the prices, we have some good news for you. Many consumers want the power and looks of a professional gas range, but when they start looking at the prices of pro ranges from companies like Wolf, Viking, and Thermador, they quickly change their minds. 

If you want one of these true professional ranges from an ultra premium manufacturer, you're going to have to pay the premium price! However, you can find some great models with MSRPs under $6,000. We'll go over some interesting options on the market today - there are a broad spectrum of options available, from true commercial ranges outfitted for residential use to models that have the pro range look but not as many commercial features.

(If you're looking for more information on choosing a new gas or electric range, check out our range buying guide!)

 

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Freestanding Gas Range Reviews - Frigidaire vs GE

Posted by Bob Allaire on Feb 11, 2020 9:00 AM 

 

Frigidaire and GE are two of the best recognized gas range brands in the appliance industry. Both companies offer quality built, dependable products in both gas and electric ranges. Their gas ranges are loaded with new features and technology that will help make cooking easier and more fun. Whether you're looking for a slide-in gas range or a free standing gas range (compare slide in vs freestanding ranges here), Frigidaire and GE offer every size and style in gas ranges with a variety of feature packages for you to choose from. Be sure to look at these two brands when you go shopping for your new appliances.

Let's take a look at two of their top selling freestanding range models for comparison. Both of these two models regularly go on sale for under $800.

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Stove Sizes - Typical Range Dimensions & Other Factors to Consider

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Dec 30, 2020 11:42 AM 

 

If you're researching a kitchen remodel, replacing an old stove with dimensions that aren't common today, or are dealing with various other factors, stove sizes might be on your mind. Today the typical range dimensions are relatively standard and are classified by their widths, but if you're concerned about height and depth as well, you'll find some variation. We'll go over the major stove sizes available and the typical dimensions of each, plus other factors to consider.

For more help in researching a new range, check out our range buying guide!

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What is a Dual Fuel Range? - Plus Reviews of Two Top Models

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Dec 19, 2019 10:00 AM 

 

When you are researching new kitchen ranges, there are many options to consider. If you love to cook, a dual fuel range might be the perfect choice. In this article, we'll go over the details of dual fuel ranges and review three top-selling models starting at $2,299 MSRP. To learn more about gas and electric ranges, check out our range buying guide!

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Convection Oven vs Conventional Oven - Is Convection Worth the Money?

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Dec 18, 2019 9:00 AM 

 

When you are out shopping for a new range for your kitchen, a big question to consider is whether you need convection or not. If you decide you want convection, you'll then need to choose one of the three styles of convection ranges available on the market. In this article, we take a close look at convection and explain the differences between fan convection (regular convection), true European convection, and dual convection. Let's take a closer look at the convection oven vs conventional oven debate!

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The 7 Best Gas Range Models for 2020

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Dec 3, 2019 8:15 AM 

 

A gas range provides you with some of the best options for stovetop cooking. If you’ve been searching for the best gas range for your home, we’re here to help with an overview of our top seven favorite gas ranges for 2020! We cover several different brands priced starting in the $900s up to the $2,000s (although promotions and package deals can easily shave 30% or more off of the retail price). Most of the models on our list have some form of convection, and many have a fifth burner as well to expand your stovetop cooking options.

Let’s dig in and explore some of the amazing options out there! Each product is numbered for your convenience but they are listed in no particular order. For more info on choosing a new range, check out our range buying guide!

 

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