Hotpoint Class 2 SA2844HIX Built In Electric Single Oven - Stainless Steel - A+ Rated
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Bosch Series 4 HBS534BS0B Built In Electric Single Oven - Stainless Steel - A Rated
Bosch Series 2 HHF113BA0B Built In Electric Single Oven - Black - A Rated
AEG BES355010M Built In Electric Single Oven with added Steam Function - Stainless Steel - A Rated
NEFF N30 B1GCC0AN0B Built In Electric Single Oven - Stainless Steel - A Rated
Smeg Cucina SF64M3TVX Built In Electric Single Oven - Stainless Steel - A Rated
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If you need a lot of oven space, you might be considering a double model. But did you know single ovens come with more features? If you've got enough space, you could go for a combination of two single models, or a single unit paired with a compact or combi oven.
While some models might vary ever so slightly, ovens often come in standard sizes – most single ovens will fit in a 60cm tall oven housing unit, for example.
If you’re looking at an extractor hob, it’s worth noting that this takes up a bit of extra space under your counter. Some models don’t come with a ducting kit to install them, so you may need to pick one up separately.
Most hobs need hardwiring in, but some models do come with plugs. Check your connection before you choose, as a lot of homes don’t have a socket beneath the cabinet, so they’ll need to be installed by an electrician anyway.
Most standard induction models are super thin, so they don’t take up cupboard space underneath. That means if you fancy getting a wider hob, you’ll only need to alter your worktop to fit it in.
They usually fit in the same 45cm tall cabinet space, but always measure up just in case. That'll make planning your dream kitchen easier.
When you buy built-in cooking appliances, you might find you need a stainless strip to fill a gap if it’s not a perfect fit. So, keep in mind that we don’t sell filler panels – they’ve got to come from specialist kitchen fitters.
Whether you’re stacking appliances or slotting them next to each other, remember that if you buy models from multiple brands or ranges, the doors and top panels might not line up properly. Make sure to check the dimensions before you buy.
When planning your dream kitchen, it’s worth remembering that warming drawers usually measure in at 14 or 30cm. On the other hand, Sous Vide drawers measure in at about 14cm.
If you're thinking of fitting a hob on your island, remember you'll need a power supply. You might find it easier to have an induction hob – that way, you won’t need to install a gas supply too.
If you've got a hob on your kitchen island, you'll want a cooker hood to sit above it. Luckily there are plenty of island cooker hoods to complete your dream setup. Alternatively, if you don't want something overhead, a downdraft hood or extractor hob sits within your worktop. Just bear in mind they will take up cupboard space underneath.
The ‘Hot Zone’ is the gap between the hob and cooker hood. We recommend the distance between the two to be at least 75cm, and above 65cm if it's an electric hob. It’s also a good idea to have at least a 9cm gap on either side of the hot zone for ventilation.
Whether washing machines have your head in a spin or hobs are frying your brains, our buying guides are here to help.
Head over to our measurement guides for help checking which cooking appliances will be a perfect fit.
Treating yourself to a new appliance? Take a look at our installation guide. It’ll tell you what we’ll do when we get there, as well as some bits you’ll need to do.
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Cookers are always freestanding because they combine an oven and hob surface in one. And while they all tend to be a standard size of H90 x W60 x D60, widths can vary to suit different spaces. If you are looking for a built-in cooking appliance you will need an oven, there’s come in either single or double sizes. So, it's always worth checking measurements. You'll find dimensions for all our cookers in the key features section on the product page.
The most important difference is that you can easily install a hob above a built-under oven as it’s designed to fit under your kitchen counter. A built-in oven, on the other hand, slides into any kitchen cabinet, and can be placed wherever’s most convenient – perfect if you want to fit the oven at eye-level. That means you can put your hob in another part of the kitchen like above pan drawers or in an island.
There’re lots of things to consider when it comes to choosing a good built-in oven. They’ll typically come in two sizes – single and double. Whatever your needs, make sure to grab a measuring tape and see what best fits your kitchen. Then there’s the capacity to consider. If you’ve only got 2 or 3 mouths to feed, ovens ranging from 60 to 75-litres in capacity will do you just fine. For busy batch bakers however, you’re going to want something upwards of 80-litres. Many models feature clever automatic programmes to make cooking easier too, as well as handy functions like pyrolytic self-cleaning and grease-proof enamel coating. Take a look at our handy buying guide for more help choosing.
An integrated kitchen hood or cooker hood is a fan that’s designed to blend in seamlessly with your cabinets. There are many different types to choose from, including canopy, integrated, and visor cooker hoods. Whatever style you settle on, they'll all look discreet in your kitchen while keeping odours and steam out of the way. If you need more help choosing, take a look at our cooker hoods buying guide.