NORDICA Wood-burning Range Cooker
The main types of range cookers are electric, gas, dual-fuel and wood-burning. The choice may depend on your preference and the gas installations and ventilation outlets available in your kitchen.
Electric ranges have the advantage of being easy to use, install and clean. With a variety of cooking and cleaning technologies available, there are a large number of models to choose from to suit your cooking needs.
Gas ranges are less common than electric ones. Still, you might prefer a gas oven instead of an electric one because certain foods retain moisture better when using a gas oven. Gas stovetops allow the user to control the flame intensity with precision. It is important to have a secure gas connection and the appropriate ventilation in your kitchen.
Wood-burning ranges are a great choice for rustic or country-style homes looking for a traditional cooking appliance with authentic charm. However, this type of range needs to have the right flue pipe evacuations and ventilation and comply with local regulations. Some wood-burning ranges can double up as central heating systems or might even have a glass viewing window allowing you to enjoy the view of the fire.
In general, dual-fuel modules combine gas and electric options for the hobs and ovens, but some may have a wood-burning stove. One of the most common configurations for a dual-fuel range is an electric oven with a gas hob.