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Types of Heat: Dual-Fuel Ranges

Range Ideas For Every Kitchen Types of Heat Dual-Fuel Ranges
Photos Courtesy of GE Appliances

Dual-fuel ranges use gas for the rangetop and electricity for the oven.

 

Why you'd want this: As we previously discussed, the benefits of having a gas rangetop are numerous, but to summarize: gas burners offer a great deal of control over the temperature. But if you frequently bake, you might prefer the radiant heat electric ovens produce. This type of heat can keep a more consistent temperature in the oven, and also provides a dry atmosphere, as opposed to gas ovens, which produces a more humid heat. GE Gas Range

 
 
 

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