Ranges, Cooktops and Ovens

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Versatile freestanding ranges can be placed anywhere with an electric or gas hookup. Slide-in ranges can be paired with existing cabinetry, while drop-in ranges require custom designed cabinets.

Gas Ranges and Cooktops

A gas range cooks food over an open flame to ensure precise heating. In order to install this type of range or cooktop, you must have a gas connection.

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Electric Ranges and Cooktops

An electric range tends to be less expensive, and some newer models come with a variety of features, such as smooth tops and coil elements.

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Dual Ranges

Dual-fuel ranges are popular with serious cooks as they combine the best of both worlds-a gas cooktop with an electric oven, providing control and flexibility as well as more even heating. However, they require both gas and electric connections.

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Range and Oven Features

Digital Display Ranges

Keep your meal on schedule and check important information such as time and temperature at a glance with a digital display.

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Self-Cleaning Ovens

Hate the idea of scrubbing your oven? A self-cleaning oven is just what you need. Self-cleaning ovens use high temperatures to burn off leftovers from baking, without the use of any harmful chemicals.

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Range Hoods

Range hoods ventilate your kitchen by removing smoke, grease, odors, and moisture from the air. They come in a variety of finishes and styles, including wall-mounted range hoods, island range hoods, under-cabinet range hoods and even down-draft range hoods.

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Cooktop Features

There are many different cooktop surface types to choose from, each with their own set of unique benefits.

Smooth Surface Cooktops

Have a solid glass cooking surface with the heating elements underneath. These cooktops are easy to clean and allow for quick heating and cooling.

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Coil Cooktops

Have coil-shaped heating elements with drip pans underneath to catch spills. These cooktops are inexpensive and provide even cooking heat.

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Recessed Cooktops

Are lowered into your counters so that the tops are flush with the countertops.

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Induction Cooktops

Are energy-efficient because they don't use radiant heat. They also heat food and liquids quicker than other traditonal cooktops.

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