FAQs

Q: What are my options for a gas oven/range or an electric oven/range?

A: Many manufacturers make ranges that have a gas top and either a gas oven or electric oven. The electric oven offers precise and even heat throughout the oven. This is great for multi-rack baking or cooking and requires less movement or adjusting of pans during the cooking process. Alternatively, gas ovens are great for […]

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Q: How do I select the correct hood fan?

A: This category is often overlooked but can be a wonderful statement piece to complement a well thought out kitchen plan. Hood fans come in varying sizes and styles including: integrated power packs, chimney style, under cabinet, pro-style and down drafting units. A consultant will help you ensure considerations are made for local codes, manufacturer […]

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Q: Which is better, a built-in refrigerator or a freestanding refrigerator?

A: Freestanding refrigerators are finished on the sides and can be placed anywhere you have the space. These units can be purchased in different finishes and a wide variety of features and space saving interior solutions. Built-in refrigerators are custom-fit to cabinets and are not finished on the sides. They are counter or cabinet depth […]

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Q: What’s the difference between a wall-mounted oven and drop-in cooktop vs. freestanding range?

A: It’s about finding the best solution for your kitchen layout. Freestanding ranges come in sizes 24”-60” wide and give you numerous cooktop configurations and fuel types all in one efficient unit. Wall-mounted ovens and cooktops give you the flexibility to mount your oven at a level or in a place best suited for your […]

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Q: What is induction cooking?

A: Induction cooking uses electromagnetic energy to create heat, instead of thermal heat from an element. The induction element creates a heat that is very efficient, easy to control and is a much safer alternative to gas or traditional electric stoves or cooktops. Induction cooking surfaces require a cooking vessel that contains ferromagnetic metal to […]

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