Gas Ovens

Buy the best gas ovens in Australia online or in store from The Good Guys. Get a good deal on the perfect gas oven for your kitchen from leading brands including Westinghouse, ILVE, Emilia and more. Gas ovens use half the energy of electric ovens and are faster to heat with quick, easy adjustments, so you will cook moist, delicious food every day. Perfect whether you are upgrading an older model or buying for the first time, our range of ovens come in a variety of styles with a range of modern features to suit any kitchen. Whatever your preferred brand, feature set or price range you will get the right Gas Oven for you at The Good Guys.

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Not sure about gas ovens? Here’s what you need to know.

Ovens are a versatile and foundational kitchen appliance for both professional chefs and family cooks. If you're considering a gas oven, here are our handy tips.

Is a gas oven better than an electric oven?

When it comes to comparing gas ovens to electric ovens there is no clear ‘best’ option as each has their own advantages. Often people will stick with what they already know. But for those of you who aren’t firmly decided either way, here are some of the advantages of a gas oven.

 

Gas ovens provide an instant heat that will shorten oven pre-heating times and generally allows for more precise heat adjustment (although a thermostat on an electric model will help with this as well). With fewer gas models than electric on the market today, as well as fewer gas oven brands, you may find it easier to make a final purchasing decision once you have decided to go with gas.

 

Gas ovens retain more moisture when cooking. When gas is burned it releases water in addition to heat, which leads to a more humid baking environment. Electric ovens, on the other hand, create a much dryer heat. A gas oven is great for cooking succulent roasts and moist cakes, while electric is great for when you need a stable heat when baking pizzas and breads. Electric ovens also tend to have many more cooking functions over gas models. Check out our oven buying guide for more on gas vs electric.

How is a gas oven installed?

Gas oven installations need to be carried out by a licensed professional. When you buy from The Good Guys you can take advantage of our Oven Installation Services, which are offered as a part of our Home Services and depending on the service selected, this can include installation, demonstration and clean up - and we’ll even take your old oven away with us. 

 

That said, there are some things you can do to make sure your installation process goes smoothly. Before making your final purchasing decision you can make your new oven installation much easier by ensuring you have accurately measured the dimensions of the space in your kitchen where your new oven will go. Doing so will ensure you buy an appropriately sized oven for the space. You'll need to make sure your home has a natural gas line connection for natural gas models, otherwise there are ovens with built-in LP Gas like some of the gas ovens from Westinghouse.

 

You should also make sure the work area for the installation is completely cleared. Obstacles make it difficult for professionals to safely bring the new oven into your home and take your old oven away (if that's the service you choose).
 

Is a gas oven safe?

Modern gas ovens come with a variety of safety features such as an automatic safety shutdown function if a flame isn't detected within a certain period. In Australia it is a legal requirement that gas-powered appliances are professionally installed by a licensed gas fitter. To maintain safety, many brands recommend your gas oven be inspected by an authorised service person every few years.

 

It's important to be mindful to not leave gas cooking unattended for long periods and follow safety procedures if you can smell gas in your home. Thoroughly reading up on the model's user manual prior to purchase will help ensure you're aware of what's required for a safe operation.

 

In addition to heat and water, burning gas releases some chemicals and particles like carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide that may exacerbate respiratory conditions such as asthma. Use a rangehood in the kitchen if you have a gas stove or cooktop and ensure all rooms in your home with gas appliances are well ventilated.

 

 

How energy efficient is a gas oven?

Gas ovens tend to be more expensive to purchase and install than electric ovens but will make up for it in the long term with cheaper running costs. You can improve the energy efficiency of your gas oven even further by choosing a fan-forced model.

 

Fan-assisted ovens (also known as convection ovens) include an additional fan and exhaust system inside the oven compartment. As the gas burners inside the oven produce heat, the fan circulates the heat around the oven. This ensures an even spread of heat throughout the entire oven, reducing cooking and pre-heating times.

 

Fan-forced settings tend to be more energy efficient overall because you are cooking the same meals while running your oven for a shorter amount of time at a reduced cooking temperature. While fan settings are not recommended in all cases (for instance they may prevent breads and cakes from rising properly), using them for the majority of your cooking will save you time in the kitchen and money on your future energy bills.