Tag: Jenn-Air

Placement of Wall Ovens

Placement of Wall Ovens

[ 0 ] October 20, 2014 |

Finding the Ideal Location for Your Wall Oven Many customers spend hours on the internet, and in showrooms researching wall ovens for their new kitchen. Should it be a single oven, double oven, or combination oven/microwave? Is convection important? What about steam? HOLD ON!! First things first! You need to have a kitchen layout, before […]

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Calabasas Pumpkin Festival

Calabasas Pumpkin Festival

[ 0 ] October 7, 2014 |

Mark Your Calendar – Pumpkin Festival Oct. 18 and 19 UAKC Appliance Extravaganza Have you ever wondered what the name Calabasas stands for? PUMPKIN…of course! But if you're in the market for major appliances and plumbing fixtures, Calabasas means Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center (UAKC). Join us for the Calabasas Pumpkin Festival, and stop by […]

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Rangetop vs Cooktop

Rangetop vs Cooktop

[ 0 ] October 3, 2014 |

Choosing the right cooking surface unit Buying a New Rangetop vs a New Cooktop What?? Aren’t rangetops and cooktops really the same thing? No, they’re definitely not! For sure, if you ever try to replace a rangetop with a cooktop or vice versa you’re going to find out very quickly that they are substantially different. […]

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Freestanding Range vs Slide-In Range

Freestanding Range vs Slide-In Range

[ 0 ] September 29, 2014 |

What’s the Difference Should you buy a slide-in or a freestanding range? Find out at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center Freestanding A freestanding range will have its control panel and knobs rising from the back of the range. It is finished on both sides and in a typical installation, a freestanding range is pushed back […]

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Jenn-Air Gas Cooktop and Vent Hood

Jenn-Air Gas Cooktop and Vent Hood

[ 0 ] September 27, 2014 |

Jenn-Air’s Dynamic Cooking Duo Get them from Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center Cooktop JGC1536BS This new gas cooktop is so great that it deserves a new vent hood to go with it (see below). It’s an awesome pairing. The JGC1536BS 36″ gas cooktop from Jenn-Air is both powerful and beautiful. It’s not very often that […]

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GE Advantium

GE Advantium

[ 0 ] September 26, 2014 |

Speed Cooking at Work See it at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center Many of us probably think of microwave cooking when we hear the term Speed Cooking, and microwave assist is certainly a part of today’s speed cooking systems. However, it is a mistake to think of these products as merely microwave ovens. What is […]

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Replacing Your Old Appliances

Replacing Your Old Appliances

[ 0 ] September 21, 2014 |

Buying Appliances in a Hurry What to do when your old appliance breaks down When the old fridge quits cooling, the clunky washing machine stops clunking, or the 50′s cooker quits cooking, you need a new appliance NOW!! Here are a few tips on getting the appliance you need in a hurry without breaking the […]

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New Range Hoods

New Range Hoods

[ 0 ] September 19, 2014 |

Perimetric Hoods from Jenn-Air Available Now at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center When Jenn-Air launched its Super Premium appliances in 2009, one of the eye-catching products was a dramatic new vent hood. Not only did it have a striking appearance, but it incorporated a new venting methodology – Perimetric Venting. Jenn-Air and other high end […]

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Compare Appliances Before Buying

Compare Appliances Before Buying

[ 0 ] September 5, 2014 |

All appliances are not the same …even when they appear to be Get the facts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center One of the enduring myths about appliances is that if appliance brand A and B are manufactured by the same company or in the same factory, then those appliances are the same. Electrolux owns […]

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Convection Cooking? Is it just hot air?

Convection Cooking? Is it just hot air?

[ 0 ] September 2, 2014 |

Cooking with Convection How do convection ovens and ranges work? Wikipedia A convection oven (also known as a fan-assisted oven or simply a fan oven) is an oven that has fans to circulate air around food. Conventional ovens, which do not have fans, rely primarily on radiation from the oven walls, and to a lesser […]

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