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Gas: Features coil, radiant, or induction elements. Usually needs a 240-volt power supply.
Electric: Uses natural gas or LP source (liquid propane). These models provide fast heat and precise control. Some homeowners may need to have a gas line installed if one was not present previously.
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Gas: Features coil, radiant, or induction elements. Usually needs a 240-volt power supply.
Electric: Uses natural gas or LP source (liquid propane). These models provide fast heat and precise control. Some homeowners may need to have a gas line installed if one was not present previously.
Freestanding: Most common design that features finished sides and a flat back that can sit flush against the back wall. It is the most affordable style as well as the easiest to install.
Slide-In: With unfinished sides and back, these models are designed to be built-in between two cabinets with a cooktop that overlaps the counter for a built-in look. There is a gap between the back of the cooktop and the wall, where usually a strip of countertop will be installed. The controls are always located on the front and the width is usually 30,” created to fit the popular island kitchen designs.
Drop-In: Similar to slide-in ranges, these models have unfinished sides and back as well as an overlay the counter and a gap between the wall. However, these models sit on top of a cabinet baseboard while a Slide-In touches the floor, giving it more pronounced built-in look.
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Freestanding: Most common design that features finished sides and a flat back that can sit flush against the back wall. It is the most affordable style as well as the easiest to install.
Slide-In: With unfinished sides and back, these models are designed to be built-in between two cabinets with a cooktop that overlaps the counter for a built-in look. There is a gap between the back of the cooktop and the wall, where usually a strip of countertop will be installed. The controls are always located on the front and the width is usually 30,” created to fit the popular island kitchen designs.
Drop-In: Similar to slide-in ranges, these models have unfinished sides and back as well as an overlay the counter and a gap between the wall. However, these models sit on top of a cabinet baseboard while a Slide-In touches the floor, giving it more pronounced built-in look.
Sealed Burners: Gas burners that are easier to clean and are most common for home owners.
Coil Elements: The coil sits above the cooktop surface or into a recessed cavity. The coils are more vulnerable to spills, but drip pans capture spills and are generally easy to access, remove and clean.
Smooth Top/Radiant: The radiant elements are installed beneath a glass surface presenting a sleek, integrated appearance. These cooktops are easy to clean. The radiant elements heat quickly and evenly. Ceramic glass cooktops are flat and require that you use flat-bottomed cookware.
Induction: These models work by using electromagnetic field to heat the magnetic cookware with more responsive cooking, temperature control, and more energy efficiency.
Open Burners: Gas burners that have an open space around the flame output area, providing more power. Most models feature removable drip plates that make cleaning easier.
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Sealed Burners: Gas burners that are easier to clean and are most common for home owners.
Coil Elements: The coil sits above the cooktop surface or into a recessed cavity. The coils are more vulnerable to spills, but drip pans capture spills and are generally easy to access, remove and clean.
Smooth Top/Radiant: The radiant elements are installed beneath a glass surface presenting a sleek, integrated appearance. These cooktops are easy to clean. The radiant elements heat quickly and evenly. Ceramic glass cooktops are flat and require that you use flat-bottomed cookware.
Induction: These models work by using electromagnetic field to heat the magnetic cookware with more responsive cooking, temperature control, and more energy efficiency.
Open Burners: Gas burners that have an open space around the flame output area, providing more power. Most models feature removable drip plates that make cleaning easier.
Convection: This design creates even baking and cooking with a fan located in the back of the appliance that circulates the warm air evenly throughout the oven. Food is prepared faster at lower temperatures.
Conventional: These models have a heating element in the bottom of the appliance, which gets hot and transmits heat throughout the oven.
Speed Cook: A breakthrough technology that cooks food with light. Foods cook in a fraction of the time needed in conventional ovens with oven-quality results.
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Convection: This design creates even baking and cooking with a fan located in the back of the appliance that circulates the warm air evenly throughout the oven. Food is prepared faster at lower temperatures.
Conventional: These models have a heating element in the bottom of the appliance, which gets hot and transmits heat throughout the oven.
Speed Cook: A breakthrough technology that cooks food with light. Foods cook in a fraction of the time needed in conventional ovens with oven-quality results.
Baking: An extra baking drawer is like adding an extra oven to your range. They can be placed at the top or bottom of the main oven.
Broiler: This drawer will quickly heat or broil your meals with an infrared element. However, because most ovens have broilers in them these are not as popular.
Storage: Extra storage space for your kitchen.
Warming: Keep your meals warm with while waiting on other foods.
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Baking: An extra baking drawer is like adding an extra oven to your range. They can be placed at the top or bottom of the main oven.
Broiler: This drawer will quickly heat or broil your meals with an infrared element. However, because most ovens have broilers in them these are not as popular.
Storage: Extra storage space for your kitchen.
Warming: Keep your meals warm with while waiting on other foods.
Self Clean: Uses a high heat cycle to burn off spills and crumbs without any chemicals. Newer models also have Steam Clean which is more efficient with time and energy.
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Self Clean: Uses a high heat cycle to burn off spills and crumbs without any chemicals. Newer models also have Steam Clean which is more efficient with time and energy.
Sabbath Mode: The oven may be set either to go on immediately and stay on for a set amount of time, or turn off automatically after a set amount of time. The oven will stay at the temperature the user selects when entering the Sabbath mode. The digital control display will not show time, temperature, or selected oven function until the Sabbath mode feature is manually de-activated at the conclusion of the Sabbath or holiday.
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Sabbath Mode: The oven may be set either to go on immediately and stay on for a set amount of time, or turn off automatically after a set amount of time. The oven will stay at the temperature the user selects when entering the Sabbath mode. The digital control display will not show time, temperature, or selected oven function until the Sabbath mode feature is manually de-activated at the conclusion of the Sabbath or holiday.
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Colder's Furniture and Appliance has a great selection of ranges and stoves. With a wide variety of styles including electric ranges, gas ranges, dual fuel ranges, gas stoves, electric stoves, dual fuel stoves and more. At Colder's Furniture and Appliance you will find only quality top brand ranges and stoves.

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