A cook enjoys a professional range top.
By Cris Carl, Networx
"Considerations when picking out a new stove often have to do with whether you are buying one for the first time or not," said Josh Gralenski, assistant sales manager for Central Appliance in Greenfield, MA. "If you've purchased a stove before, you often have a better idea of what you might be looking for," he said. Gralenski said that people buying their first stove "especially in this economy," tend to just go for the least expensive model available.
Gralenski said that naturally, you need to know what your apartment or house will support, gas (natural or propane), or electric. Some homes, such as mine, are set up to support either. In fact, Gralenski discussed a newer model stove that has a gas cook top and an electric oven. "People like being able to control the flame on a gas stove and have the typically more even baking results of an electric oven. A dual model stove gives you the best of both worlds," he said.
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