Looking for a new oven or cooker? With so many options on the market, choosing the right one can be tricky. Do you want a traditional gas fuelled range cooker for your country cottage, or maybe you’re looking for a sleek electric built-in oven for your city apartment? Whatever you’re looking for, we’ll help you find the perfect one for you.
Single ovens have one large cooking capacity with 64 litres as standard, although they can run as large as 115L. Standard ovens come with a grill, conventional oven and fan functions while premium models can include special cook modes and self-cleaning options.
Compact ovens are smaller and are around the same size as a built in microwave oven at around 45cm high. They're always electric and are a good option for smaller kitchens.
Need more space for your ever-growing family? Look no further than a double oven with two generous cavities. Main oven capacities range from around 50-75L while the smaller top ovens have 35-60L capacities. Like single ovens, they can be built under the counter or built-in at eye level.
Big, hearty and traditional, range cookers and normal cookers are the freestanding juggernauts of cooking appliances. They usually come in a few standard widths that all manufacturers stick to: cookers 50, 55, 60cm and ranges 90,100,110cm; but make sure to measure for that perfect fit.
Electric, gas or dual fuel, ranges can have as many as four oven cavities and seven burners on its stove or hob. Due to their size, you may need to check that you have an adequate power source - most will require at least a 32 amp outlet.
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.
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 use a fan to help spread heat evenly around the cavity for perfectly even results. Shop now.
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. Shop now.
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 power and consistency of an electric oven underneath to cook that Sunday roast to perfection. Shop now.
LPG gas cookers 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 in your home. Shop now.
There are a few different heating types to choose from. Conventional uses top and bottom heating elements that create hot spots. This is great for baking, slow roasting and cooking food at varying temperatures. Convection works the same way; however, it uses a fan to spread the heat around evenly. This is ideal if want to cook lots of things at the same temperature. You then have the popular multifunctional oven which will let you choose between both of the above methods, as well as fan cooking for fast and even results, a grill setting for that crisp finish and fan grilling for the best of both. Plus depending on the model, multifunctional ovens come with plenty more options.
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Electric ovens and cookers use fewer units of energy than gas, however, gas models will still be cheaper to run, as they cost less per unit of energy than electric models. You should also factor in the size of the appliance when considering cost effectiveness, with a larger cavity naturally costing more to use than a smaller one. Electric ovens are still more popular because they come with loads of cooking features.
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. Shop now.
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. Shop now.
Enjoy precise cooking with a built-in temperature probe. This clever tech lets you cook meats at the perfect temperature for delicious results. Shop now.
Steam cooking delivers excellent results because it retains the moisture. This means roast meats are perfectly succulent and cakes are beautifully baked. Shop now.
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. Shop now.
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This depends on what you’re after. Freestanding cookers 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 ovens seamlessly integrate into your kitchen units for a sleek modern finish.
Energy ratings for cookers and ovens 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 a 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.
If you’ve chosen our installation service, then we’ll do it for you.
The hot zone is the area directly above your cooker or hob. This is the space that gets hot when you cook on your hob. We recommend leaving at least 75cm of space between your hob and the cooker hood to protect your appliances, fixtures and fittings. Also, this area needs to be free from any flammable items such as wood, wallpaper, plug sockets, wiring or an overhanding boiler.
We do sell a range of ovens and cookers that can be converted to LPG.
A conventional oven uses a heating element at the top and bottom to cook your food. This method can result in hot spots, meaning you can cook foods at different temperatures at the same time. A convection oven uses the same top and bottom elements; however, it also uses a fan to spread the heat evenly and quickly for fast, balanced cooking.
A multifunctional oven comes with multiple different cooking methods, including classic conventional cooking, fan cooking, grill and fan grilling. The amount of functions will vary between manufacturers, but most ovens will have the above functions as standard.
Steam ovens use steam to cook your food, giving you beautiful results. They usually have some type of water tank or reservoir that you fill up, which turns the water into steam. Steam cooking retains the moisture in your food, meaning it keeps all of its mouth-watering flavour and healthy goodness.
Combination microwaves offer more cooking flexibility than a basic microwave. They combine microwave energy, a grill and convection heating functions so they can heat, roast, crisp and brown in the same way as a conventional oven.