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.
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!
Very exciting news! AGA has come out with two new lines, AGA Professional Line and AGA Legacy ranges which offer trendy, modern styles with unique designs. Overall, AGA is a luxury brand that offers premium quality appliances and multiple range configurations. AGA Professional Line is reflected by European cooking and an elegant, smart design that captures top chef performance in this new beautiful model. AGA Legacy ranges are classic with a modern twist, including unique range handles, flexible electric ovens, and an adaptable cooktop. These new multi-oven range designs are flexible and offer multiple models for electric, gas, and dual-free options which we will mention below!
The holidays involve a lot of gatherings which involves a lot of cooking and baking. This can take a toll on our appliances. If you’re in the market for new appliances take a look at some of the different styles to choose from, the pros and cons of each style and how they range in prices.
The biggest question that we never ask ourselves is, “Am I getting the most use out of my appliance?” We never question the basic functions of our appliances because, well, they are basic and why would we want to change that? However, you would be surprised how many more ways you can use your appliances outside of your daily cooking and cleaning routines.
A case in point of the unknown functions of our appliances are the many uses your gas or electric range has to offer. Below we have provided you with three different methods on how to toast your bread using an electric or gas range/oven.
So, the time has come to replace your range. Finding that perfect range that has all of the features and functions you want is difficult enough with all of the choices on the market, but the first major decision you should be making is gas or electric? Many people have only ever owned one or the other so they don’t consider the other one when buying. However, both gas and electric ranges have different pros and cons and without knowing them you may be buying the wrong one or your particular needs. Here are some pros and cons to both gas and electric ranges.
This week’s Product Pick of the Week is the safety valve in your oven. The reason this product has been picked is because it is very important to understand how your range works to avoid hazardous situations such as open gas valves but no flame to burn said gas. This situation is the biggest concern with ovens, so it is crucial that you know how to test the safety valve so that you can continue using your range!
Is your Gas Stove or Range making a clicking noise even after the burner lights, or worse is the burner not lighting at all? If you’ve already gone through the troubleshooting tips we shared the other day (if you missed that post, you can find it here) and are still faced with this issue it might be time to replace your Spark Ignition Switch.
The Spark Ignition Switch is controlled by the Surface Burner Control Knob on your stove or range, this part causes a spark to emit to light the burner (this spark is what makes the clicking sound). Today we are going to share with you the step-by-step instructions on how to replace your Spark Ignition Switch.