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Tuesday, 13 April 2021

Stove Sizes :- Typical Range Dimensions & Other Factors to Consider

   
                           
   

Stove Sizes :- Typical Range Dimensions & Other Factors to Consider




 
Stove Sizes :- Typical Range Dimensions & Other Factors to Consider


If you are looking for a kitchen remodel, replacing an old stove with dimensions that are not common today, or dealing with several other factors, you may have the size of the stove in mind. Today the typical sizes of the ranges are relatively standard and categorized based on their width, but if you are also concerned about height and depth, you will find some variations. We will discuss the main sizes available and typical dimensions of each stove, along with other factors to consider.


Stove Sizes :- Typical Range Dimensions & Other Factors to Consider



Apartment-sized stoves/ovens


Designed with small spaces in mind, apartment ranges can be as narrow as 50cm wide or up to 60cm wide. There are more expensive models, such as the 24-inch flat roof electric series, but many are offered at an affordable price for low-cost installations with basic features. The depth is typically around 24 to 26 ", not including the handle. The height varies depending on whether there is a backrest or not. The height from the floor to the top of the series is usually about 34 to 36", but the total height can be approximately 44 "including a rear guard.

 

Standard size stove/oven


The most common stove size is 30 inches wide. The overall height will vary with the height of the rear guard, but the height from the floor to the burners is generally about 36 inches. Depth can vary between 25 inches and 28 inches, not including the oven handle. Check the dimensions of the measurements if you are. online browsing, as manufacturers can sometimes specify the total depth including the handle, such as the depth or the depth that includes only the oven door.

 


 

Countertops today are usually 25-26 inches deep and kitchens are designed with that in mind. If you want a truly built-in installation you may need to consider a wall oven and hob combination, as most ranges are designed with the oven door and the “be proud” handle of the cabinet, that is, they are designed to stand out Some wall ovens are designed to be built into wardrobes, while others can be built in.

The series of slides with controls on the front and no rear screens are generally about 91cm high and 76cm wide. While older sliding units typically had a rim around the hob that overlaps the countertop on both sides to give a built-in appearance, this feature is less common today with major appliance brands. The old sliders were also shallower than the typical countertop and required a chunk of padding behind the stove. Today many sliders are full depth (about 25-28 inches) and this piece of padding is not necessary.

 


 

If you need a reach closer to 25 inches deep or you want to tackle another design quirk in your kitchen, talking to an experienced salesperson is a good first step. When it comes to timing, for example. Ranges are usually at the shallow end.

 



 



 


 

Professional ranges


A professional reach can be 36 "or even 48" wide. In the past 40 inch wide models were available on both gas and electric, but today you probably won't find these models from top brands. These wide models typically have premium, trade-inspired styling and plenty of cooking power. Most models available today are gas or dual fuel instead of electric. At the time of writing, Fisher & Paykel is a manufacturer offering a wide variety of 36 ”electrical induction models.

If you are trying to replace a 40 "wide range, you may need to consider adding new cabinets or installing" shims "to accommodate a 30" or 36 "wide replacement model. Of course you can also find a restoration specialist to see if the life of your current model can be extended, or look for older models that are sold locally. Depending on your situation, some options can be more cost effective than others.

 


 

Retailers who focus on high-end appliances are more likely to have these great heaters in-store for you to see in person. We have many 36 "and 48" series available on special order. Premier is one of our leading brands that still offers inexpensive 36-inch gas stoves starting at around $ 729 MSRP for open burner models (closed burner models are more expensive).



Other factors to consider


The manufacturers have recommended clearances with the installation instructions which are of course important for safety reasons and to ensure optimal performance of your stove. The free space required at the back and on each side of the stove can be about 0.5-1 ", but many options nowadays do not require space at the side. An example of a free space diagram is shown below.


 

Also, pay attention to those height and cabinet depth requirements when you switch up your kitchen cabinets. We thought this article was a great primer on kitchen design best practices and safety requirements to consider!

If you are building a new kitchen or doing a major renovation, there are certain requirements for the location of the stove for safety reasons, such as the distance between the stove and a window. Also think of ventilation - do you want a special extractor hood or a combi-microwave extractor hood? Check out our ventilation buying guide for more information!

 

 

 Size's of Ovens (Stoves/Ranges)


 Overall height * Width **

Depth ***

Apartment Size 34-44 "20-24" 24-26 "Standard - Free Standing 46-49" 30 "24-28" Standard - Retractable 36-38 "30" 24-28 "Professional 35-40" 36-48 "26 -31 "

 

* The height from the floor to the hob is typically approximately 36 inches for most models. The total height includes fenders in freestanding models, and in guides including the edges of the hob or shelves. Oven ventilation zones at the back of the hob. The dimensions of the apartments can be found in slide-in styles with controls without front and back or with a very small tab on the back, as well as in the style of more common rear protection controls.

** Width may vary slightly from "standards" of 20/24/30/36/48 inches by +/- 0.5 "or more.

*** Depth without the oven handle.

 



We hope that you have found this overview of dimensions and dimensions of stoves useful! If you have any questions or even little-known tips for dealing with funky counters and other issues, leave a comment below. We would love to hear from you!