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Gas and Electric Built-In Ovens; Single and Double

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Discover Why Wall Ovens are No Wallflowers

If you’re looking to switch up your kitchen’s look, wall ovens are a great place to start. While they’re sought after for their high-end look, wall ovens also reduce the need to bend, making retrieving hot food items safer, and allow you to customize your kitchen’s layout, whether you want everything in one place or desire more open space.

Before you begin browsing, give our kitchen shopping appliance guide a look to find tips on how to measure, features to look for, and more. For other questions—like whether you need a gas or electric setup—give us a call or visit!

Explore Oven Fuel Types

Since their debut, electric wall ovens have dominated the market, and for good reason. Boasting a more even cooking setting with drier air and overall lower maintenance, electric-fuel wall ovens feature the flexibility to easily handle roasting and baking.

Gas wall ovens offer what is often referred to as moist-air baking. This humidity is especially good for veggies, casseroles, and large cuts of meat that require long cooking times, but may not be the best selection if you’re more of an avid baker. Additionally, the rise of electric ovens have limited the availability of gas wall ovens.

Get Creative with Your Wall Oven Setup

Alone, a single wall oven provides you with the luxury to create a custom kitchen layout. Together with a double wall oven or with a specialty oven, you can truly expand your cooking possibilities. Enjoy the luxury of cooking the main course and dessert together at the same time!

Do you enjoy working on all the counterspace you can? Ditch the microwave! With an oven-microwave combo, you can have a look that’s as sleek as it is practical.

How about something different, like an electric speed oven with the power to microwave and bake all from one appliance? These newer appliances save you time with faster cooking results and free up space on your countertops.

For something below your wall oven, consider a warming drawer. They’re ideal for keeping sides and desserts deliciously warm, but we won’t judge if it just means extra storage for your pots and pans.

What About Conventional & Convection?

Understanding an oven’s heating element is the difference between burnt-to-a-crisp cookies and golden-brown ones. That’s not to say one is superior than the other. Instead, conventional and convection baking use a different method of cooking, and that means different cooking techniques for you.

Consider the following:

  • Conventional ovens use a single heat source at the bottom of the unit; the air rises and falls on its own, so it’s suggested to rotate foods as they cook.
  • Convection ovens employ a fan (two fans in double convection ovens!) to evenly distribute heat throughout the oven cavity. This is especially convenient since you can cook multiple dishes at once without the need to rotate. Keep an eye on cook times, however–these tend to perform faster!

Delicious Masterpieces Begin at Big Sandy Superstore!

Shop reliable wall ovens at online or in-store at your local Big Sandy Superstore! We’re stocked with trusted brands in the styles you love!