Jenn-Air Combo or Separate Wall Ovens?
Brand is decided: Jenn-Air. Trying to make a decision between buying a combination single wall oven and speed oven/microwave, or the two ovens, separately.
The major advantage (that I can see) with buying the combination unit is that the control panel for both ovens is integrated. This is both practical from an operations perspective, and reduces height required for two control panels on each appliance thereby giving a bit more cabinetry space.
The major disadvantage (that I can see) is that the combination is then one appliance. Once one oven goes, then the whole thing is shot. This feels like a bad move, but we've had a Kenmore Elite combination microwave and wall oven for the last 11 years without one service call.
I THINK there may be one other major disadvantage, which is that the combination appliance has the speed cook capabilities in the big oven, and not the small one. This doesn't make any sense to me, but I could be wrong.
Thoughts? Opinions? Suggestions?
This post was edited by acgummad on Mon, Jul 22, 13 at 9:46