A Chef’s Only As Good As His Home Kitchen Range and Oven

Your home is your castle, and if you like to cook, your Gilbert kitchen is your sanctuary. At Capital Mark, we strive to give you that sanctuary in every minute detail, from the hardware and cabinet moldings to the edging on your countertop and the tile, or hardwood, beneath your feet. But, even as much as we can do to give you that perfect kitchen where your desire for cooking is ignited every time you step into it, it’s your job to choose the range and oven that will compliment your amazing cooking talents.


Good Housekeeping Reviews

Good Housekeeping recently ran some ranges through the gauntlet to determine which ones were the best for the at home chef. Here’s what they found:blog_kitchen gilbert ranges


GE JGB800SEPSS: Priced at just over $1,000, this gas range was one of the fastest to bring water to a boil. It has great temperature control and a griddle burner for additional flare. Don’t forget about the warming drawer below the oven.


Kenmore Elite 78923: The Kenmore Elite will run you over $2,500, but if you’re a DIY chef and the kind, or queen, or your Gilbert castle, you might want to keep an eye on this option. This gas range has two ovens, the larger on the bottom for Thanksgiving turkey or birthday cake, and the smaller on top for pizzas or quick garlic fries.


Samsung FE-R300SX: As an electric range, this Samsung is apparently a ‘baking champ,’ according to Good Housekeeping. At just $700, the electronic controls have presettings for pizza and chicken nuggets.


LG LDE3017ST: For over $1,700, this electric range will boil, simmer, bake and broil at the top of it’s game. It’s pricey, but it’s among the best of the best for electric ranges. Sure, most at home chefs prefer gas ranges, but if you cannot install a gas line, this is the electric range you want to install in your Gilbert kitchen.


Bosch HDI7282U: For nearly $3,000, this dual-fuel range offers gas burners on top and an electric and convection oven below and a warming drawer beneath.


Viking VDSC530-4B-AR: The biggest draw with this $5,500 duel-fuel range is the color options. If you’re looking for complete customization along with all the bells and whistles of one of the best duel-fuel ranges on the market, this is the one for you. With 24 color options, your Gilbert kitchen will be the talk of the neighborhood with a custom designed kitchen by Capital Mark and a $5,500 dual-fuel range by Viking.


With the perfect range and oven, whether you go gas or electric, your meals will also be the talk of the neighborhood. Give us call for more information about customize your kitchen with Capital Mark!