Gas Ranges Worth Buying

Where do I even begin to look when it comes to buying a new gas range?

This may be a question you’re saying to yourself right now, but Good Housekeeping has done the work for you! They have taken the time to test out numerous gas ranges and determine four that are worth buying.

How did they test? Well, they broiled steaks, broiled and simmered 3,360 oz. of water, baked 1,335 cookies, made 62 cakes and ran a self-clean cycle in each range, then checked ease of use. I’d say they have a pretty good idea of what to look for in a gas range!

The first one we’ll look at is the Kenmore Pro 5.1 cu. ft. Self-Clean Gas True Convection Range:



Why it was chosen:

  • It offers a built-in look at a mid-level price
  • Includes dishwasher-safe grates, dual timers, and a self-clean cycle that leaves the oven pristine
  • There’s an Accela-Heat option available when you’re short on time
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The next one we’ll look at is the GE Profile Series Free-Standing Gas Convection Range:



Why it was chosen:

  • Reasonably priced
  • Includes a center burner and reversible griddle/grill pan to make those perfect pancakes and bacon!
  • Excellent self-cleaning feature
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Another great gas range that’s worth the splurge is the Jenn-Air Pro-Style Gas Range with MultiMode Convection:



Why it was chosen:

  • It’s equipped with a touch screen, hefty stainless steel knobs, sturdy cast-iron grates, and an industrial bar handle
  • It keeps your food at a perfectly steady simmer, so no need to adjust the heat or keep stirring!
  • This range could potentially increase the value of your home
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And last, but not least, we have the LG Slide-In With ProBake Convection:



Why it was chosen:

  • It includes special settings for pizza and bread
  • The temperature can be adjusted remotely using a smartphone app
  • It has Smart Diagnosis Technology that tells you when there’s a problem and what part is needed to fix it!
  • It brings a pot of water to a boil in less that 19 minutes
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