Looking At Wall Ovens

Wall ovens come in standard widths of 24, 27 and 30 inches, but models can vary by as much as an inch or two, making it wise to stick with the same brand. Measure the distance across the top and bottom of the oven from the left and right edge of the cabinet cutout. Note the measurements on the reference sheet. Measure the distance along each side of the oven Рfrom the top to bottom edge of the cabinet cutout. Note the measurements on the reference sheet. Note that you will also have to look for a good appliance repair service when getting a wall oven for installation & repair.

Having¬†so¬†much space dedicated to cooking appliances can be limiting, and¬†costly. Having a¬†wall oven¬†can become more¬†expensive¬†because it requires two appliance purchases‚ÄĒa¬†wall oven¬†or double¬†oven¬†plus a cooktop. The combination of¬†wall oven¬†and separate cooktop can often cost thousands of dollars. Wall ovens¬†do not¬†vent¬†to the outside. There is an internal¬†vent¬†on¬†wall ovens. Prior to 2007:¬†Oven¬†is¬†vented¬†through a¬†vent¬†tube under the control panel. After 2007: For single and double¬†wall ovens, the¬†vent¬†is below the door to keep electronics cooler, improve appearance, and provide a better door seal at the top.

A¬†wall oven¬†allows an easier transition from the¬†oven¬†to the countertop. If you prefer to dine out or you just don’t cook for large gatherings often, a free-standing¬†range¬†may be a¬†better¬†choice for you. It is certainly beneficial to have more¬†than¬†two feet of counter space that you would lose to a¬†wall oven¬†cabinet.

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