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36 inch 6 burner or move to a 48 inch

Posted by Mcotton (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 22, 13 at 6:44

I am a highly cook who is buying a house with the intention of gutting the kitchen. We currently have a 30" 4 burner GE I make it work but this new is going to be our splurge item in the kitchen. I am currently in an obsessive turmoil about what stove to get. Area stores sell Bertazzoni, Viking,and Blue Star. My wife wonders whether we should move to a 48" range to get another oven and lessen the potential for crowding. Any advice would be helpful.

Thank you,

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RE: 36 inch 6 burner or move to a 48 inch

Can your layout afford the loss of space? Can you afford the whole package that is required of a pro style range? That includes ventilation and makeup air. It usually totals around the cost of the range or higher for that component if you are to pass the current code inspections.

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