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Gas Ranges: Flame-Cooked Meals Made Real

Sizzling veggies sauté over flame-powered burners while an extra-large roast sizzles within; it’s all fueled by efficient natural gas. Upgrade your kitchen with the newest gas ranges available at Abt. Many prefer open flame to electric, and gas models have been loved by chefs and home cooks alike for decades. These high-heat appliances are designed to make mealtime a breeze by nature: an all-in-one cornerstone that’s the staple of home and professional kitchens alike. Whether you’re looking for a pro-level device or something that is a little more budget-friendly, our showroom is well-stocked with models to fit your lifestyle.

Fuel-Efficient Stoves

When considering their next range, buyers often compare the coil-topped electric burners with gas-fueled ones. In this realm, natural gas models nearly always win. These models light immediately, heat food quickly and can be cheaper to run (sometimes by up to 30%). However, they’re not all the same. When choosing yours, keep in mind the number of burners you’d want in your kitchen. Four, six, and eight are popular, while a long middle one can sometimes be covered by a griddle. That spot is the perfect area to make paninis, pancakes, scrambled eggs and even seared steaks.

It’s not just the number of burners you’ll want to consider, either, but the heat output. Each burner might have a different power level (measured in BTUs, or British Thermal Units). The highest BTU cooker on your stovetop will be the best at boiling water for pasta, while smaller simmer burners in the rear are designed to gently heat sauces, not overcook them. Whether you’re a meal prepper or a seasoned gourmet chef, you’ll want a gas range that can cover a wide scope of heat levels.

What’s A Convection Oven?

However many burners you prefer on your stovetop, that’s only half the story. Your dream model will have (at least) one oven below, too. And if you haven’t replaced yours in a while, you might find yourself catching up on some of the terminology and technology, like ”convection”. Convection cooking is a process by which heat is blown at your foods via a fan, surrounding your meal in higher temps for a more even (and faster) cook. These convection cookers are oftentimes the standards in gas ranges these days, too. Some models even include air frying options for even higher intensity convection that crisps healthier than a deep fat fryer would. Other next-gen features include double oven compartments, storage drawers and more.

If you’re struggling to choose which gas range is right for you, you’re in the right place. Our team of experts is well versed in the latest cooking technology, and we’re ready to find the right model for your dream kitchen. Give us a call at 800-860-3577 or head into the store to see our experts and appliances in person. But when comparing online, keep in mind that every model on this page requires a gas hookup already installed in your home. To learn more about the details, check out our Kitchen Range Buying Guide.

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