Looking for a new oven? With so many options on the market, choosing the right one can be tricky. Whether you’re looking for a traditional gas fuelled range cooker for your country cottage, or a sleek electric built-in oven for your city apartment, let us help you pick out that perfect oven.
Single and compact ovens give you one cavity to create those divine dishes. They're usually around 60cm tall and can be either built under the counter or at eye level. Find out more about single ovens in our short video.
Need more space to cater for your ever-growing family? Look no further than a double oven with two generous cavities. Like single ovens, they can be built-in under the counter or at eye level. Check out our short video for the low down on double ovens.
Big, hearty and traditional, range cookers and normal cookers are the freestanding juggernauts of cooking appliances. They usually come in a few standard sizes that all manufacturers stick to, but make sure to measure for that perfect fit. Watch our short video for more info.
Whether you want the precise power of gas cooking or the reliable results of an electric oven, picking the right fuel type depends on what kind of cook you are.
Cook the traditional way with a gas fuelled cooker. The precise power of a gas hob lets you get the perfect temperature to nail that stir-fry, and the gas-powered oven creates moist cooking conditions for succulent roasts and perfectly raised bakes.
Electric ovens and cookers are the popular choice for the everyday cook, as they’re easy to use and give you tasty dishes every time. Most electric ovens will be fan assisted, meaning they create an even temperature throughout the cavity for perfectly balanced results.
Dual fuel cookers give you the flexibility of both gas and electricity. Typically, they’ll come with a gas hob on top for instant heat and precise control over those mouth-watering dishes. And you’ll have the convenience and ease of an electric oven underneath for when you just want a quick meal to see you through the night.
LPG gas cookers are ideal for homes without a mains gas supply, as they are powered by bottled liquified petroleum gas. This means you can enjoy the power and control of gas cooking, even if you don’t have access to gas.
Standard grills will give your dishes that lovely crisp finish, while a double grill Is ideal for making that extra-large lasagne golden brown. And, a variable grill will let you set the precise temperature for complete control.
From pyrolytic cleaning that burns away food stains, to catalytic liners that absorb grease, modern ovens come with lots of handy cleaning options, so you can put those marigolds away.
Smart ovens let you cook with a tap of your finger. You can select and adjust settings and keep an eye on your food’s progress, all from the convenience of an app on your phone.
Enjoy precise cooking with a built-in temperature probe. This clever tech lets you cook meats at the perfect temperature for delicious results.
Steam cooking delivers excellent results because it retains the moisture. This means roast meats are perfectly succulent and cakes are beautifully baked.
Fan-assisted ovens use a fan at the back to spread heat evenly throughout every corner. This means those salmon fillets, roasties or cupcakes will be beautifully cooked wherever you place them.
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This depends on what you’re after. Freestanding ovens are a great overall package with oven space and a hob on top. They also fit into an existing gap in your kitchen and are more flexible if you plan on moving house in the future. Built-in appliances seamlessly integrate into your kitchen counters for a sleek modern finish.
Energy ratings are a simple way of understanding how energy efficient an appliance is. The scale ranges from D being the least energy efficient, to A+++ being the eco don.
There’s no right answer. If you’re happy with an oven or cooker being powered by just electric or gas, then single will work perfectly. But if you want the flexibility of both, then go for dual fuel.
You can easily find a product’s amp rating in the specifications section on the product page.
A built-in oven is placed in a kitchen cabinet at eye level, while a built-under oven is placed under your kitchen counter.
You can choose our installation service when making your purchase and our qualified engineers will take care of the rest.
The hot zone is the area directly above your cooker or hob.
We do sell a range of ovens and cookers that can be converted to LPG.