The single oven has one oven and a control panel on the top. Generally, it’s the go-to model that effectively replaces a stove’s oven when you don’t have room for one.
Installation & Integration
Alternatively, there are steam cleaning options for some models that use lower heat and require adding water to the bottom of the oven. This allows it to steam up the oven cavity and loosen any grime or spills.
If the oven doesn’t have one of these options, you’ll have to clean it manually. Always refer to and follow your appliance and product Use and Care Guide instructions, as it should be your primary source of information. You can check our oven cleaning guide to get some useful advice.
Delayed Bake and Wi-Fi Connection
- Some new ovens can be programmed to work on a delay, allowing you to prep a meal and have it ready whenever you want it to. Many modern ovens also have Wi-Fi connectivity options which can send notifications and updates to your mobile device.
Side-Swing or French Doors
- A side-swing door opens from the side rather than the top, whereas French doors are double doors that open out. These door types mean you don’t have to reach over hot oven doors to retrieve a heavy dish.
- Some models can have shut off controls that prevent anyone from accidentally turning the oven on. This setting is especially helpful in families with children.
- Wall ovens come in variable finish types and colors, allowing you to pick and choose the options you want to fit with the existing kitchen aesthetic. Most common colors include black, white, stainless steel, slate, and black stainless steel, but you can find them in other combinations.