Kitchen ranges are high-functioning, powerful units that ensure your foods are cooked to perfection. In Appliances Connection’s Kitchen Ranges Buyer’s Guide, you will learn all about the varied layouts and features that compose these units, including but not limited to:
- Installation Types
- Fuel Types
- Cooktop Grates
- Convection Types
- Range Finishes
Loaded with detailed imagery to help you visualize all these amazing features and more, our guide will save you plenty of time in your search for the kitchen range you’ve been dreaming of. The vast amount of options at your disposal can make buying a new appliance stressful, but with Appliances Connection’s help, you’ll be shopping for kitchen ranges like an expert!
A kitchen range is the key tool of a home cook. Appliances Connection has compiled this guide to choose the right one for you.
Always Measure Before Purchasing
Before purchasing any appliance, including kitchen ranges, measure the space where you intend to install the unit. Even if retailers offer a return option because of improper fit, they may impose a restocking fee.
Kitchen Range Installation Types
Kitchen ranges have 2 installation types:
Freestanding Kitchen Range Installation
Freestanding kitchen ranges are most common. Their sides are finished so they can be placed almost anywhere in a kitchen. They can be set in a corner or be framed by kitchen cabinetry.