Range Cookers

With 100 years cooking knowledge and expertise, Stoves Range Cookers are engineered for food. Our collection is available in three styles, three fuels, multiple widths and a selection of Deluxe models. All boasting quality craftsmanship and features with true cooking benefits.

Available across all three styles our Deluxe Range Cookers offer four oven cavities on all widths and boast a variety of innovative and unique features, including Bluetooth® technology, powerful 5kW PowerWok Plus™ burners, Pro-Trac™ Telescopic Sliders and a Steam & Infuse™ accessory kit to enhance your cooking experience.

Built In Hobs

What Fuel Type?
The first thing to consider when choosing a fuel type is what can be installed in your kitchen. We offer hobs that connect to mains electric and gas, as well as LPG-convertible and plug-and-play models.

Electric models are split into ceramic and induction, with ceramic being a great lower-budget option. Both make a stylish alternative to a traditional electric hob, as they have a sleek surface as opposed to solid plates.

Freestanding Cookers

Which Fuel Type Is Right For Me?
When choosing your perfect cooker, one of the first things to consider is the fuel type. As well as your kitchen set-up, you'll need to think about your cooking preferences. We offer all-electric and all-gas cookers, as well as dual-fuel cookers that combine a gas hob with an electric oven. Several gas models can be converted to run on LPG with the appropriate kit.

Our electric cooks come with a ceramic or induction hob, both of which have a sleek easy-to-clean surface. Induction hobs are 30% faster and 25% more efficient than ceramic. They're also twice as fast and 30% more efficient than gas. Appliances using induction technology are also smarter and safer, thanks to innovative features like pan detection and child lock. However, many chefs prefer working with flame and will always choose a gas hob.

Gas ovens produce a humid heat that's great for maintaining moisture in food. On the other hand, electric ovens are generally better at distributing heat throughout the oven cavity and browning dishes evenly.

Cooker Hoods

What Size?
To ensure efficient ventilation, you should choose a cooker hood that matches or exceeds the dimensions of your hob. We have cooker hoods in widths of 60cm, 90cm, 100cm and 110cm, to complement our range of built-in hobs, cookers, and range cookers.

What About Extraction Rate?
The extraction rate of a cooker hood is measured in cubic metres per hour (m3/h) and refers to the amount of air that can be circulated. For the best results, your hood should replenish the air in your kitchen ten times per hour. You can therefore calculate the minimum extraction rate required by multiplying the height, width and length of your kitchen in metres by ten. This means that a kitchen measuring 2.4m x 4m x 4m would need a minimum extraction rate of 2.4 x 4 x 4 x 10 = 384m3/h.

Built In Ovens

What Fuel Type?
If your kitchen set-up allows you to connect a gas or electric oven, your decision might come down to your cooking preferences. Gas ovens create a humid heat that helps prevent food from drying out, but fanned electric ovens provide more even heat distribution, which is good for browning.

Gas ovens are generally cheaper to run over the long-term, but installation is more expensive as you'll need to enlist a Gas Safe Registered engineer. All our gas ovens come with a flame safety device for your peace of mind.

Single Or Double Cavity?
Single ovens have an oven and grill in the same cavity, whereas double ovens have a main oven and a separate oven/grill. This gives you more flexibility because you can grill and oven-cook, or oven-cook at two different temperatures, simultaneously.

What Size?
While our most spacious 90cm ovens are designed for installation within a kitchen column, our 60cm and 70cm models can be fitted either within a column or underneath your worktop. Having your oven installed at eye level makes it easy to watch your food, and eliminates the need to stoop down when transferring things in and out.

How To Clean
Oven cleaning is one of the most dreaded chores, but it needn't be with one of our easy-clean ovens! Look out for catalytic liners, which have a special coating that absorbs and burns off grease, as well as non-porous ceramic interiors that are quick and easy to wipe clean. Our pyrolytic ovens have a high-temperature self-cleaning cycle that turns baked-on deposits into easily removable ash, leaving your oven sparkling.