Ranges & Stand alone cookers!!!!!

Discussion in 'Kitchen Fitters' Talk' started by socketman, May 28, 2005.

  1. socketman

    socketman New Member

    Hi all,
    When fitting stand alone cookers or ranges in kitchens, what is the best way to intergrate it with the worktop. Previous experience has proved that crumbs and waste fall down the gap between both worktop and cooker which can get frustrating...although the mice love it.
  2. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

    Leave enough space each side to get a hoover pipe down there!!!!!!!

    Mr. Handyandy - really
  3. Lucky

    Lucky New Member

    Hey Socketman

    It`s best to make a feature of the Range , ie leave a noticeable gap between it and the adjacent Cabinets , a lot of these Range Cookers emit quite a lot of heat from the side Panels , They can then disclour Cabinet edges and fascias`s so best kept away ...maybe about 18mm in my opinion.

    Some Cabinets have good quality insulation within which help stop this Problem , Worth checking with the Manufacturer


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