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Bake, Broil, Simmer, and Sauté: You Can Do it All on a Range

With the convenience of an oven and a cooktop, ranges are a great option for the home cook who appreciates value and versatility. By having all your cooking appliances in one spot, you can enjoy more counter space and floor space in your kitchen. Discovering a range you’ll love cooking on is as easy as understanding which range fuel type, style, and size is best for your home. Before you browse, take a moment to go over range basics!

First, Give Your Kitchen an Inspection

Chances are, your home has previously been measured to ensure there was enough space on the sides, top, and front of your current oven or range. Still, giving the area you'll put your new range a thorough measurement is highly recommended.

Here’s what to measure:

  • Height, depth, and width
  • Overhead clearance (when there is cabinetry or a range hood)
  • When necessary, clearance between the front of the space to an island

Don’t forget about connections:

  • 220-volt electrical outlet
  • Proper gas line

Remember to perform your measurements a total of three times. Stuck or have any questions? Stop by or give us a call—we’re glad to help!

Three Powerful Performance Options

If variety is what you seek, shop for electric ranges. From ceramic coil surfaces, toglass tops, to induction, electric-powered ranges come in a variety of fuel types for you to explore.

Just like at your favorite restaurant, gas ranges harness the firepower of BTUs to deliver firepower that is precise and fast. Keep in mind, professional installation and proper gas connection are required.

If you're a regular home cook, then you understand the luxury of having electric baking and precise, powerful gas burners all in one appliance. For that reason, dual-fuel ranges are becoming increasingly popular with those who enjoy cooking without hang-ups.

Freestanding vs Slide-In

Thanks to their reliability, ease of use, and simple installation, freestanding ranges are the most common range on the market. As a bonus, freestanding ranges come with the benefit of being budget-friendly and fuss-free.

For a more custom look, browse slide-in ranges. Note, while many newer slide-in ranges come fully enclosed, traditional slide-in ranges typically come with unfinished sides and a back panel. Since slide-in ranges are intended for a built-in look, this is not a major concern. However, the added perk of finished sides means more installation options.

With sizes ranging from 24 inches up to 60 inches, pro-style ranges give you a bigger cooking surface to explore all your culinary creations. However, this doesn’t always translate to the oven capacity, as pro-style range ovens tend to run smaller. Additionally, to keep with their professional look, these ranges don’t have bottom drawer storage.

Let’s Get Cookin’!

Discover even more, including the latest range features and a gas vs. electric range buying guide, for insight on what to expect when you shop at Big Sandy Superstore!