New World Oven
Ovens are thermally insulated chambers used for baking, drying and cooking food items. They are probably the cornerstone of most modern kitchens. There are many oven manufacturing companies but one company that has managed to standout is New World. New World makes ovens with different specifications to give its customer base a variety of options to choose from. Knowing the options available to you as a buyer can help you make an excellent and informed buying decision.Electric and Gas Ovens
New World knows that fuel preference varies from buyer to buyer this is why it gives its consumers a choice to choose between gas and electric ovens. New World electric ovens are fueled by electricity and provide even heat distribution, especially those equipped with a fan. Temperature in these ovens also tends to be easier to control and maintain, however, it is more costly to run electric ovens. New World gas ovens are fueled by gas which is the cheapest fuel to cook with. Setting the temperature for gas ovens tends to be harder and heat is not as evenly distributed as with electric ovens.Size
There are a variety of oven sizes offered by New World, with the main sizes being 45cm, 60cm, 70cm and 90cm. The design of your kitchen determines the size of oven that would fit you best. It is also important to note that ovens can either be single ovens or double ovens. Single ovens have one oven and in most cases are 60cm in size and are the most common in homes. Double ovens have two separate ovens stacked one on top of the other, each having its own separate controls. These ovens are more versatile as they allow you to prepare two dishes simultaneously which is especially important if you have a large family.Built-In and Built-Under Ovens
Most ovens manufactured by New World are built-in ovens but built-under ovens are also available. Built-in ovens are positioned above ground column cabinets to make it easier to operate and put or remove hot food without the need to bend down. Built-under ovens are placed below counter tops or alongside kitchen cabinets so that they fit well with other home appliances in the kitchen.