Built-in bak­ery

Built into your cab­i­nets, wall ovens of­fer the same sizes and cook­ing op­tions as their range-based coun­ter­parts. They can also be com­bined with other ovens and other re­lated ap­pli­ances to max­i­mize cook­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties. Higher-priced mod­els fea­ture el­e­men

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Sin­gle Oven

Gas: Less common than elec­tric, built-in gas ovens err on the smaller side at about 24 inches. Although con­vec­tion cook­ing is not an op­tion, th­ese ovens still pro­vide fea­tures that help en­sure even cook­ing.

Elec­tric: Elec­tric ovens of­fer a greater va­ri­ety of mod­els and sizes. In ad­di­tion to con­vec­tion fea­tures, look for touch- or mo­tion-ac­ti­vated elec­tronic dis­plays for more pre­cise cook­ing in­struc­tions.

Dou­ble Oven

Dou­ble your ef­fi­ciency by in­cor­po­rat­ing stacked ovens. Avail­able for elec­tric power sources, dual units also may in­cor­po­rate con­vec­tion cook­ing el­e­ments into one or both ovens.

Com­bi­na­tion

Of­fer­ing dual cook­ing styles, mi­crowave-and-oven com­bi­na­tions are a great choice to max­i­mize cab­i­net and counter space. Some mod­els com­bine the two ap­pli­ances in one unit, of­fer­ing use as a mi­crowave or oven, de­pend­ing on your cook­ing needs.

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