With so many different types and styles available, it can be difficult to know where to begin when buying an oven. Choosing the right oven can make a huge difference to your family – enabling you to cook a wider range of meals and free up more time to spend outside of the kitchen. Consider which type of oven best suits your needs: Single ovens are designed to accommodate a full range of cooking methods such as baking, grilling, and roasting. Coming in a standard size, you can position them under the counter if your kitchen is modest in size. If you foresee needing to bake and grill at the same time, it is advisable to look at a double oven instead. Double ovens, as the name indicates, have two separate cooking cavities so you can cook multiple things at once- perfect for when you need to rustle up more than one dish at the same time. Double ovens allow you to grill and roast at the same time, providing you with a flexible cooking experience. Multifunction ovens act as a baking, roasting, grilling, and defrosting device in one stylish and convenient appliance. Opt for the grill to make a healthy, grilled fish dinner, utilise the oven to bake a Victoria sponge, or cook a roast for all the family….all in one place! Consider your budget. Depending on your cooking requirements, your budget will vary from low to high end on the price range. Knowing what you want to use an oven for, how long you will use it, and how much you want to spend will enable you to choose the oven best suited to you without going over budget. What features do you want in an oven? Ovens come equipped with a range of features which can include programme cleaning, touch control, multi-functionality, 3D cooking, and fan grilling and cooking. Knowing which features you are specifically looking for will enable you to locate the right oven for you. How much space do you have? Your choice of oven has a large impact on your kitchen space and how you can optimise it. Choosing the right size oven for your specific needs starts with measuring the space where you’d like to position your new in-built appliance to ensure it fits in with your cabinets to have a seamless appearance. Check out our appliance guide to help you find the right oven to match your requirements.
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