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From types to sizes, there’s a lot to consider when buying a new cooker. Not to worry - our handy buying guide has got you covered.
Our measurement guide has all the tips and tricks you need to pick the perfect-sized cooker for your kitchen.
Our team of experts can install your new cooker for you. Find out more about the service in our special guide.
We’ve got models to suit every cooking style, kitchen, and budget. Head over to our deals page to browse.
While some ovens have a slow cooking setting, you can also cook meat the same way by lowering the temperature. If you have a baking dish with a lid, you just follow the casserole recipe normally and preheat the oven to 160°C. It should usually be done in a fraction of the time, so 8 hours in a slow cooker on low becomes 2 in an oven.
Most oven temperatures aren’t as low as a slow cooker, so the results probably won’t be exactly the same. If you’d rather add a slow cooker to your kitchen, we have plenty of deals to suit any budget.
To disconnect a gas cooker, you’re going to need a certified gas engineer. This is because it requires the cooker to be disconnected from the gas. If this is done incorrectly it can lead to safety hazards in your home such as leaks. A qualified engineer will be able to remove everything, and most importantly, make sure everything is safe and secure.
There’s no need to scour the phonebook though, our clever clogs can disconnect your gas cooker upon delivery. It’s all part of our installation service.
If you’ve just upgraded to a shiny new electric cooker, you’ll need a qualified electrician to install it. Luckily our qualified electrical engineers can take care of this for you as part of our installation service.
But, before we can get to work, there’re some things you’ll need to check. First, does the cooker hood sit 65cm above the work surface? And if so, are there any flammable items sitting in the hot zone? These can include wood, wallpaper, sockets, and overhanging boilers.
Induction refers to the type of hob a cooker might have. This clever bit of tech only heats the parts of your pans that touch the hob instead of the whole zone, helping things heat up quicker and saving you a couple of pennies on your electricity bill. Sounds like a win-win to us.
A dual-fuel cooker combines all the benefits of an electric oven and a gas hob. In the main cavity, fan assistance helps circulate hot air to cook food from all angles. Meanwhile, the hob uses gas to heat up quickly and give you more concise temperature control.