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Tips for Buying an Stove
When buying a stove, remember this: your stove is one of the most used appliances in your home. Because of this you will want to ensure that you are purchasing the best stove that you can, and one that has a low level of energy consumption.
Doing this will keep your energy bill down and help make your home a “greener” one. You can always find out what the energy cost of your potential stove by looking at the government required EnerGuide label on the appliance.
Some of the other ways that you can save energy when purchasing a stove is looking for a stove with a good seal and that the door closes tightly. A self-cleaning range tends to be better insulated and hold and distribute heat better inside the range than the non-self-cleaning type. Another thing you may want to consider is buying a range with a window on the oven door. This is because it will allow you to see what is going on inside the oven without opening the door and losing heat and thus saving energy.