Microwaves

January 30, 2014
Microwaves

Last night’s leftovers are a popular lunchtime food and without the convenience of microwaves, we would only have cold pizza!

Microwaves are not necessarily boring kitchen utensils with only one purpose, they often include many great features such as convection, grilling and a combination of cooking modes.

Microwaves allow for quick preparation of a wide variety of delicious dishes.

If you lead a busy life and don’t have loads of time to spend in the kitchen cooking, then a quality microwave could be the perfect cooking companion for you.

Microwaves can make big family dinners easy, you can prepare and cook delicious meals earlier in the day and then reheat them when your guests arrive in order to avoid stressful cooking.

So, for such an important kitchen appliance with so many uses a careful choosing process must be undertaken.

  • Budget – there is a range of different products available each differing in the features and quality and this is expressed in the varying prices.

  • Design – look for a microwave that can add some style to your kitchen. There are plenty of different colours and materials of microwaves on the market so you can choose something that discretely blends into your colour scheme and style or; stands out and makes a statement.

  • Features – ask yourself, are there all the necessary features I need? What do i really want this microwave to assist me with. This will help guide you to the most suitable selection for you.

There are two common types of microwaves on the market.

Built In Microwaves

Built in microwaves are an excellent option for those customers who are conscious of their available space because they can be tucked nicely into a wall or cabinet. They are a modern concept and considered to be a great way to make the most of your kitchen space. Furthermore, than can blend in with your cabinetry so as not to make them a feature.

Freestanding Microwaves

Freestanding, or countertop, microwaves provide excellent installation flexibility, all you need to do is find the perfect space in your kitchen for it and then simply plug it in. It’s as easy as that!