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Slide-In & Free Standing Ranges
A freestanding range has controls at the back of the unit and can stand on its own without cabinets surrounding it. They’re available in gas, induction top, or electric.
A slide-in range is just like it sounds. It slides in between your cabinets. The controls are on the front of the unit. It also comes in gas, induction, or electric.
Professional Ranges & Range Tops
Professional ranges bring the power of a restaurant into your home with their robust burners. They start at 30″ and go all the way up to 60″. A professional range often has a gas cooktop but a few brands offer induction. Many come in a dual fuel option where the top is gas and the oven is electric.
48″ Wolf Range
Range tops are basically the cooking top of a range installed onto a cabinet.
Cooktops fit into a hole in your counter and sit on top. They again can come in gas, induction, or electric and multiple sizes. They’re a great option for preparing food and having separate wall ovens.
Ventilation comes in all shapes and sizes. It can be under a microwave, an insert into a custom hood, a ceiling-mounted vent, a chimney hood, or a canopy hood vent. They come in different sizes and cfm fans (cubic feet per minute).
Microwaves have come a long way. They’re available in an over range, countertop, countertop with trim kit, dropdown door, and drawer.
Freestanding fridges are often what we picture as the standard fridge. They come in counter and standard depth. You also can get a French door fridge or a bottom freezer fridge.
Built-In, Panel Ready, & Column Fridges
Built-in, panel-ready, and column fridges are often available in luxury brands. Built-in fridges are taller and look built-in to the cabinets. They are available in stainless steel or panel ready which means they blend seamlessly into your cabinetry. Column fridges keep refrigeration and freezers completely separate and allow you to create the size combination that works best for you. Column fridges can also be panel-ready.
Drawer fridges are a great way to add additional cooling space and free up traffic in front of your fridge. Drawers are often used for beverages but also can be used for custom needs such as our client with a juicing station.
Under Counter Beverage Cooler
Another great offering is an under-counter cooler for your beverages. They’re available in a variety of options from only wine to space for wine and other beverages.
Thanks, Ron for going over so much great information! Also, a special thanks to Jeannie Reynolds with Ferguson for sharing her in-depth knowledge of appliances!