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Gas Cookers For Sale
Our gas cookers for sale represent some of the finest quality units on the market, by some of the industry’s most renowned brands. People opt for gas cookers for a number of reasons. Gas is less costly than electricity, so homeowners tend to spend less on energy bills with a gas system. Moreover, a gas cooker delivers an even distribution of heat that can be more easily controlled than an electric unit. It is these subtle differences that make homeowners opt for gas appliances time and time further than the range available from Modern Living.
Gas Cooker FAQs
See down below for our most frequently asked questions about gas cookers.
Are gas cookers being phased out?
Gas cookers are being phased out, in an effort to help preserve our earth’s natural resources. So, now is optimal time to invest in a new gas cooker. They provide effective cooking, at a cheap cost.
Browse our range of gas cookers today, to unlock your next great deal on a great appliance.
Are gas cookers cheaper to run than electric?
Which brand is good for gas cooker?
Can i fit a gas cooker myself can i fit a gas cooker myself?
Whilst it is possible, We strongly recommend that you do not fit your new gas cooker yourself. Working with gas can be very dangerous, not to mention illegal if done incorrectly. To save yourself from potential disaster, acquire the assistance of a GAS safe engineer to install your gas cooker.
How long should a gas cooker last UK?
Gas cookers are solid, well built appliances and therefore should last an average of 15 years. This is more than the electric alternative of 13 years. However, the life span of your gas cooker does heavily depend on the care that you take of your oven as well as the type and model.
How does gas cooker ignition work?
When you use the dial and switch on the cooker, electricity flows to the igniter and creates and small spark. A small flow of gas goes to to the burner whilst the igniter is sparking. Then, the two mix, creating the fire that you use to cook your meals.
How do gas cookers work?
A gas cooker works by using natural gas from the gas mains. This is piped to a connection on the back of the cooker. Then, when you turn the cooker control dial, and switch your hob on, it opens a valve regulator, allowing the gas to flow through the burners.