Gas Ranges

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Verona
36" Dual Fuel Double Oven Range
$3,399.00
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Verona
36" Gas Range
$2,799.00
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Verona
Classic Series 36" Gas Double Oven Range
$4,299.00
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Verona
Classic Series 36" Gas Range
$3,299.00
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Bosch
800 Series 30 Inch 4.8 Cu. Ft. Gas Slide-In Range with Convection - Stainless Steel
$1,868.32
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Smeg
36" Freestanding Dual Fuel Opera Range
$3,499.00
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Smeg
36" Victoria Gas Range
$4,499.00
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Verona
24" All Gas Range
$1,799.00
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Verona
24" All Gas Range Island Trim
$199.00
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Summit
20" Gas Range - Stainless Steel
$949.05
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Smeg
24 Inch Gas Range
$2,299.00
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Smeg
30 Inch Gas Range
$2,949.00
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Smeg
36 Inch Gas Range
$3,199.00
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Summit
24" Gas Range
$882.55
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Summit
Professional 20" Gas Range
$1,091.55
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Summit
30" Gas Range with window -Stainless Steel & Black
$1,101.05
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Summit
30" Gas Range with Deluxe Backguard -Stainless Steel & Black
$1,072.55
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Summit
24" Gas Range with window- Black Porcelain
$1,063.05
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Summit
20" Gas Range with window-White
$977.55
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Summit
20" Gas Range with Deluxe Backguard-White
$759.05
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Upgrade Your Kitchen With An Gas Range

When it comes to cooking with the best equipment, many home and professional chefs prefer using appliances fueled by natural gas. Professionals and foodies around the world typically prefer a gas range. If a home has no access to natural gas, a kitchen may be equipped with a different type of range. A gas-powered range features powerful gas burners and an oven that is also fueled by gas.

The gas stove has been a standard in kitchens around the nation since the early 1900s. Homeowners were elated to have gas ranges in their kitchens instead of the less modern coal or wood stove. Since then, cooking technology has evolved, transforming from bulky stoves into stylish appliances. From the beginnings of the gas stove, when it was crafted in cast iron, to mid-century designs in enamel, to today’s ranges constructed in elegant stainless steel, this culinary appliance has modernized and simplified the cooking experience.

The Benefits of Cooking on a Gas Stove

The biggest reason why gas stoves are chosen by kitchen professionals is due to their ability to maintain an accurate temperature. Some electric cooktops and ovens never truly reach the proper temperature, and that can affect a recipe or cooking process. If you want to cook with the most accuracy, a gas stove may be the right choice. When it’s time to lower the heat on your gas stove or oven, you can simply adjust the flame level, changing the temperature immediately. The other reason why cooks and chefs prefer preparing food with gas is due to the ability of the flame to heat up evenly. With other types of ranges, the heating is not as uniform, which may result in more uneven cooking.

Gas ranges also give off less heat than their electrical counterparts. In the cooking area, the gas flame simply focuses its heat on the pan, without warming up the vicinity. After you are finished cooking, and you’ve turned off your range, it quickly begins to cool off, making the area safe again and reduces the risk of accidental burns. During the hottest times of the year, you can enjoy using your gas stove and oven without overheating the kitchen from the intense heat that may come with other types of ranges powered by electricity. Finally, if you’re running short on time, you don’t have to wait too long for your gas stove and oven to heat up. Most models are up to temperature quickly, allowing you to begin preparing your culinary masterpiece right away.

How to Find the Best Gas Range For You

When it’s time to update appliances or choose new products for new construction, it’s important to ensure that your kitchen is equipped with a natural gas source before you purchase a range powered by gas. In some cases, it may not be possible to receive delivery of natural gas, especially if you live in a remote area that is far from an established city or town.

If you’re looking for a professional grade range that can handle all of your elaborate recipes, a gas range may be the right choice. You can customize the size of your range to have more than the standard four burners if you have a large family or plan to do a lot of cooking on your stove. It’s also important to select a range that can fit in your kitchen space, so be sure to measure properly for a perfect fit.

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