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Electric Ranges

Pro: More afforable than gas ranges and easier to install.
Con: Elements take longer to heat up.

Gas Ranges

Pro: Can still be used when power goes out.
Con: Not as easy to clean.

Dual Fuel Ranges

Pro: Gas stove and electric oven give you the best of both worlds.
Con: A bigger investment up front, and requires access to both a gas line and electrical outlet with suitable voltage.

Induction Ranges

Pro: Cooking surface doesn't heat up, so ideal for households with small children.
Con: Can only use vessels made from magnetic materials like stainless steel and cast iron.

30-inch 5.4 cu. ft. Front Control, Slide-In Electric Range with Air Fry in Stainless Steel

The first range on the market to include Air Fry right in the oven. Air Fry allows you to make healthy and delicious meals with the touch of a button. Plus, get faster, more even baking with True Convection. The Frigidaire Gallery range also provides a built-in look without the remodel, and can replace your existing 30-inch freestanding range backed by the Frigidaire Fit Promise.

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Prepare for Cooktop Installation

1 Measure Cooktop

Understand and properly measure the cutout size specific to your new cooktop. Note: You will need to call your local store to schedule a pre-measure before installation can begin. We recommend scheduling the pre-measure before purchasing. After the pre-measure and purchase, contact your local store to schedule your installation.

2 Determine Fuel Type

Understand the fuel type your cooktop will use. Make sure it is close to the unit and ready for connectivity. Note: You may need to contact a licensed contractor to make any conversions.

3 Choose Trim Kit

Does your cooktop require a trim kit or any other accessories? Determine your trim kit size and style, as well as if you need any additional accessories to complete your installation.

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Cooktops & Ventilation

How you cook comes down to personal preference. Whether you’re looking for an induction cooktop, electric stove or gas range, research which features are most important to you and decide which type meets your needs.

Electric stoves are generally more affordable and easier to wipe down, but take longer to warm up a cold pan. Gas ranges cost more upfront, but actually cost less day-to-day if your home already uses natural gas. Gas heats a pan faster and cooks more evenly than an electric burner.

Most cooktops require separate ventilation, whether in the form of a hood fan, ductless range hood, over-the-range microwave with a fan, or a built-in fan that pops up from behind the cooktop.

Innovative Ovens

The Home Depot Canada carries top brands of ovens with the latest technologies. Convection ovens, self-cleaning ovens, double wall ovens and gas wall ovens are all gaining popularity with homeowners. Some even come with smart technology that allows you to use your smartphone to adjust controls.

Updating your cooking appliances will make you want to spend more time in the kitchen. And the newest technologies and smart features will save you time and energy – freeing you up to sit down and enjoy the meals you’ve prepared.