Cooking can be an interesting and stressful thing to do. There is a lot to know and a lot to learn and a lot to figure out. There are different types of stoves to work with such as gas and electric. For first time users, there are things to know about when it comes to gas stoves. Read below to see the things that are needed to know for first time gas stove users.
Fall is in full swing, so bring on the pumpkin spice and autumnal treats! With the cooler weather quickly approaching, it will soon be the time of year when people get the most use out of their ovens. Cooking hot dinners for the family and baking apple pies (without worrying about the house getting too hot inside) are of course major perks of autumn, but this extra strain on the oven can cause issues for you…Continue reading
Many appliances have a gasket or some kind of seal, to keep them airtight closed firmly. Additionally, after a while these gaskets can get worn out and it’s time to replace them. But, how do we know when do replace a gasket or door seal? Continue reading
After a long dinner, the last thing that you want to do is clean up. When you think you’re almost done, you turn and see the glass stove top covered in food, grease and grime. So now that needs to be cleaned. Below are a few steps on how to make the glass stove top cleaning a little bit easier.
When it comes to your range, there are two options – gas or electric. But how do you know which one is right for you? There are many pros and cons to each, so it’s time to go over the beneficial and worthless factors of each choice.Continue reading
The summer festivities are right around the corner with picnics and cookouts. So why not get those appliances in tip top shape. One of the most important appliances in the kitchen to clean would be the oven. Sounds like fun right?
Going to heat up your oven to start cooking dinner and you realize your oven is not heating up?! Oh no! Don’t fuss too much; there can be many different reasons as to why your oven is not heating up. There could be problems with the bake element, control board and other parts of your range oven. We are here to pinpoint which parts of your oven could be the cause of this problem.
Induction ranges gets cooking done and leaves the cooking surface cool by using an electromagnetic field to heat up pots/pans without heating up your kitchen. This electromagnetic field excites iron molecules into the pan to make it hot enough to cook food in. An induction range cooks food efficiently and rapidly while only heating up the pot and food inside. There are several advantages to induction ranges rather than gas or electric ranges.
Your range is the centerpiece and workhorse of your kitchen so it’s important you choose one you will love. The big selling ranges are electric radiant smooth top ranges, but there are many options! Alternative options include double-oven ranges which are good for multitaskers, wall oven and cooktop combo and more! We’re here to help you choose the perfect range for your kitchen!