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Show Off Your Range of Cooking Skills with A Gas Stove

Go from cooking on a frying pan to baking in the oven with a single appliance—a range! If you’re considering whether a gas or electric range is best for you, the benefits of gas make it a real contender. Gas ranges not only cost less to use, but they provide precise flame control for evenly distributed heat—does that sound like the perfect range to you?

To get started, you need these three basics: a gas hookup (natural gas or liquid propane), a 120-volt connection, and enough room in your kitchen.

Standard range sizes are 30 inches wide, 26-28 inches deep, and 47-48 inches high, and compact ranges are about 20 inches wide, while larger, commercial-style ranges can get up to 60 inches wide—so get out the tape measure!

Which Range Style Should I Get?

Excellent question; there are many benefits to each type of gas range, so it really comes down to your own personal preferences.

Freestanding ranges are more versatile to place because of their finished side and front panels. The knob controls are located on the front, just above the oven door, while the backsplash features touch controls and/or a clock. Check out models with broiler drawers for more versatile cooking!

Slide-in gas ranges ease in flush with your countertops, with the knobs and controls located on the top of the range close to the oven door (some models also have a bottom warming drawer). If you’re looking for a seamless, built-in look then this is the style for you!

Pro-style, or professional-style ranges let you show off your home chef skills; most models feature up to 6six burners, a grill, griddle, or even a second oven too—the cooking possibilities are truly endless with a professional model.

Double your baking options and cure your family’s hangry with a double oven, whether in a freestanding, slide-in or pro-style range.

What Type of Burners Do I Need?

That depends on what and how much you plan to cook. Burners are measured in BTU (British thermal unites per hour) and from high- heat power to low.

  • High- heat burners output 20,000 BTU’s or higher
  • Large burners output 12,500 BTU’s or higher
  • Medium burners output 9,000 BTU’s
  • Small burners output around 5,000 BTU’s

Every range has its own combination of burners, so keep that in mind while you shop.

What Features Should I Consider?

Look for range features that’ll upgrade your life, like Air Fry, continuous grates, convection cooking, and others!

  • Power and simmer burners add more versatility to your cooking while sealed burners, automatic reignition, and automatic shutoff keep everyone safe.
  • Infrared grill systems, steam cooking, broiling, and proof mode let you expand your cooking prowess.
  • Adjustable rack systems like roll out, slide out, or removable half racks help you fit dishes of any size.
  • Temperature probes, delayed or timed start, electronic temperature controls, and WiFi connectivity grant you the ease of convenience.
  • Self-clean mode and downdraft vents keep your appliance clean and odor-free!

What Features Should I Consider?

Need more information on appliance features or have more questions we didn’t cover? Give us a ring—we’re happy to help you get what you can’t find anywhere else for all your appliance needs!