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Cookers for Sale
Our cookers for sale are a hugely important appliance. Without modern cookers, homes are left without the means to prepare basic meals. In this day and age, modern cookers are not simply practical items. Cookers are now available in a variety of options with fantastic styling and finishing. At Modern Living, we have a broad range of modern cookers available. Whether you require an electric system, a gas system or a dual-fuel model, we can help. Not only are we able to accommodate different homes, but we have options that can cater to different budgets. Additionally, we also have a great range of cooker hoods available to accommodate your new cooker! Whether you are searching for cookers for sale at the lower end of the budget scale or, conversely, a top-of-the-range model, we have a solution for you.
See down below for our most frequently asked questions about cookers.
What are the four main types of cookers?
Which is better gas or electric cooker?
Whilst a gas cooker may be cheaper to run, an electric cooker will usually heat up more efficiently, This means that by going for an electric cooker, you will lose less residual heat, meaning that less energy is wasted. These factors make electric the smart choice for a modern cooker. Most electric ovens use a fan to help circulate the air within the cooker enable more even cooking.
You can browse an extensive range of electric cookers at Modern Living, to get the best price on the best appliances.
What cooker is the cheapest to run?
The gas cooker is typically the cheapest to run, coming in at an average of just £17 a year, if you ran it for only 5 hours a week. Electric cookers do have more modern features , but will certainly increase your energy bills, costing £40 per year for 5 hours of usage a week.
How to choose a cooker?
Choosing the right cooker for you is important in creating your dream kitchen, but it largely depends on the fuel supply of your kitchen. Some kitchens will have a gas fuel supply whilst others have electric, and some have both (dual fuel).
Typically, people will use the fuel type of their old appliance to help narrow down their options for the next one. Once you know if you’re having a gas, electric or dual fuel cooker, you can filter your options down by more personal preferences.