by Alana Day
When choosing a range cooker there are many different brands, colours and sizes available to suit your needs and requirements. Choosing a design you like can take time and it’s important that you make the right decision as a high quality cooker will give you many years of cooking and enjoyment.
You could select one of the most popular cookers on the market but if it doesn’t cater for your requirements, then it is a waste of money.
Here’s some information for you to consider when buying a range cooker for 2012:
Dual Fuel and all electric
Choosing the fuel type for your cooker is the first decision that you need to make and it is wide to consider the pros and cons for both dual fuel and all-electric. Although dual fuel seems to be the most popular choice, all electric cookers have also grown in popularity since as induction hobs were introduced not so long ago.
Range cooker size
There are various sizes available including 90cm, 100cm, 110cm, 120cm, and 150cm but the two most popular sizes are 90cm and 100cm range cookers.
Eco-friendly and sustainability
Over of the years, the most popular cookers have become those that are eco-friendly and sustainable over time. Many homeowners are considering the environment when choosing a range cooker and as a result, there has been a rise in the number of A-rated ovens. An induction hob is the most energy efficient in terms of hob cooking and this also suggests why all electric ovens are increasing in popularity in 2012.
Types of Range Cookers
There are many different brands of range cookers to choose from including; Britannia, Bertazzoni, Aga, Rangemaster, Lacanche and Smeg. However, these brands offer many different styles that are sure to be suitable for all kinds of homes and kitchens.
Britannia’s Sigma was crowned as one of the top 10 range cookers by The Independent for its excellent cast iron supports, multiple burners, and Chef Top features.
When choosing a cooker it is essential that you make an informed decision as it is likely to be an appliance you use within your home almost every day.
Buying the right kind of cooker will help you feel as though you are making the right investment and will ensure you get maximum use out of your design. If you are struggling to find a cooker to suit your needs, speak to a kitchen professional for help.
This article was written by Britannia Living, the UK specialists in premium range cookers. Visit the site today to check out the vast collection ofhigh quality, popular 100cm cookers.