About Electric Stoves – the trusted standard
Electric stoves have come a long way. Modern designs have a sleek, glass cooktop, which is easy to wipe clean. This makes a big difference compared to old-fashioned models with burner rings that would get crusty. Electric stoves are probably the least expensive option of the three. They are also the most commonly used. They are very simple to operate, and cheaper to install. Most models also offer additional storage space beneath the oven, which is great for storing pots, cookie sheets and pans.
The downside of electric stoves is that they take longer to warm up to the temperature you need and, because they also take longer to cool down, electric ovens will emit residual heat. Even after you have finished cooking, unless you want the food to continue cooking, you must remove it completely from the cooktop or oven. This can be difficult in a small kitchen or if you are cooking multiple dishes, and space is an issue.
Blomberg’s 30-inch Slide-In Electric Range is a standout model, particularly because of its special features. It is a self-cleaning oven that offers extra internal capacity for roasts or commercial-sized baking sheets, and has a larger cooking zone than standard ovens. It also includes special pre-set options to help you achieve cooking perfection with baking break, pizza and roasts.