A question about cabinetry, aka "More wall oven hell."
Hope I've chosen the right forum here. I'm trying to pick my brands and options for my first-ever wall ovens and it is so confusing. (Loved the old thread "Wall ovens -- is this what hell is like?")
So my concern is the holes in the cabinetry. I'm going 27" due to space constraints. Most double wall ovens I like seem to have the same cut-out except for the 27" GE Profile. That pair needs about half an inch bigger hole all the way around if the #s on AJ are right. I really liked that set but then I got paranoid. What if it died? What happens in 10 years if they no longer make that set? Or I just hate it? Can the hole in my cabinets be made smaller?
AND THEN I saw the GE Advantium. Pricey, but it looks so intuitive and functional to me. But that means an even stranger hole in the cabinet. Nothing but that particular paring -- one 27" Advantium and one 27" GE Profile convection oven would ever fit it. Right? No?
It can't be right. This must be a common issue with a common fix. Is there a trim kit? Or do people just get a new oven cabinet? In which case, I will stick with a very standard set of very standard ovens, and forget I ever read about the Advantium. Probably Elux, which are nice, paired with a ratty little MW hidden away in a cabinet.