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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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Slide-In Electric Range Reviews - The Top 5 Best Models of 2020

Posted by Todd Buehler on Nov 26, 2019 10:00 AM 


When designing or updating your kitchen, picking the right slide-in electric range may be one of the most important choices you'll make. The perfect slide in range will help give your kitchen the clean, modern, professional look that you are seeking, and at the same time make it easy to produce good cooking and baking results.   

Beyond that, you want to pick a range that is both convenient to use and convenient to clean and care for that will be dependable and serve you for many years until your next kitchen overhaul. To help you make this big decision, we've narrowed the field to the Top 5 Models of 2020 and will help you pick the one that suits you best. They are numbered for your convenience but are listed in no particular order. Let's dive into our slide in electric range reviews!

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The 7 Best Electric Range Models for 2020

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Nov 21, 2019 10:15 AM 

 

 

Electric ranges offer a sleek look and great baking performance, and can be commonly found in apartments and homes where installing a gas line is not possible. With many of them now available with smooth ceramic glass cooktops, they’re easy to clean and look great, too!

To help you find a new electric range, we’ve put together reviews of some of the best electric range models of 2020, all from different brands and at a variety of price points, starting at $959 up to a premium $1,799 double oven model (although promotional periods and rebates can shave 20% or more off the list price). All models have five elements, flexible dual or triple expandable elements, and some form of convection for better cooking and baking results. If you need more info on choosing a new range, check out our range buying guide!

These seven models are numbered for your convenience but listed in no particular order. Let’s dig in!

 

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Coil Top Electric Range Reviews - Frigidaire vs GE

Posted by Todd Buehler on Nov 8, 2019 10:30 AM 

 

Many of us grew up in a household with a coil top electric range or remember our grandparents having one. With the advent of smooth top ranges, these have become less and less popular (check out our article comparing smoothtop vs coil top ranges to learn more). However, these ranges are still the perfect fit for many buyers!

Coil top electric ranges are extremely durable and easier to maintain due to the “Plug and Play” design of the elements. Coil elements simply plug into a receptacle under the main top and rest in the drip bowl, making replacement a breeze if the element is damaged or worn out.  

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Frigidaire vs Whirlpool Electric Range - Reviews, Features, Prices

Posted by Bob Allaire on Nov 6, 2019 11:30 AM 

 

Two well-known appliance brands available to consumers today are Whirlpool and Frigidaire - but which one is best for you? If you’re shopping for a new freestanding smoothtop electric range, you may want to know more about your options from each of these brands. Whirlpool now owns several other brands, including KitchenAid, Maytag, and Amana. Frigidaire is owned by Electrolux.

So what you can you expect from these two brands? In our Whirlpool vs Frigidaire review, we compare two standard 30" freestanding electric ranges from the Whirlpool and Frigidaire Gallery lines in the $800-$900 price range to help you choose the best electric range for your kitchen.

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Topics: Ranges, Frigidaire Gallery, Whirlpool

The Downdraft Range - Options & Alternatives

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Oct 28, 2019 3:00 PM 

 

Downdraft ranges used to be a popular option for kitchen islands and peninsulas, but they have become less popular over the years so there are few options today. Downdraft ranges are different from traditional ranges in that they don't need separate ventilation above the stovetop. Instead, they have the ventilation mechanism built right into the range itself. This eliminates the need for an over the range microwave or vent hood to provide separate ventilation. Overall, downdraft vents are not as effective as overhead ventilation, so if you do a lot of cooking, especially with high heat, we don't recommend them. 

If you are replacing a downdraft range, you might not be sure what your options are. We'll go over the downdraft ranges on the market today and offer some alternatives as well!

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The LG Electric Range Lineup - Discover Your Options!

Posted by Todd Buehler on Aug 19, 2019 11:00 AM 

 

LG is relatively new to the appliances industry, but the brand has definitely made a name for itself! If you're shopping for a new electric range, you might be wondering what LG electric ranges have to offer. We'll go over the full LG electric range lineup to help you decide if this brand has what you're looking for!

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