Wall Ovens

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Wall Oven Fuel Types Shop All Wall Ovens
One of the first things to consider when buying a new wall oven is fuel type. Whether you choose a gas stove or an electric stove, just make sure it's compatible with your kitchen's current setup. If you're making the switch from electric to gas or vice versa, consult the help of a professional.
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Broiler in Oven Broiler in Oven

Convenient broiler is in the oven, rather than in a separate compartment underneath it.

Self Cleaning Wall Ovens Self Cleaning

Self-cleaning feature uses high temperature to burn off grease and spills. Simply wipe down after the cycle.

Convection Wall Ovens Convection

A convection fan circulates the air, allowing food to cook faster and more evenly.

Prepare for Installation Learn More
MEASURE Understand and properly measure the cutout size specific to your new wall oven(s). Note: You will need to call your local store to schedule a pre-measure before installation can begin. We recommend scheduling the pre-measure before purchasing. After the pre-measure and purchase, contact your local store to schedule your installation.  Step 2: Fuel Type Step 2: Fuel Type KNOW YOUR FUEL TYPE Understand the fuel type your wall oven(s) will use. Make sure it is close to the unit and ready for connectivity. Note: You may need to contact a licensed contractor to make any conversions.  Step 3: Choose a Trim Kit Step 3: Choose a Trim Kit CHOOSE A TRIM KIT Does your wall oven installation require a trim kit? Determine your trim kit size and style, as well as if you need any additional accessories to complete your installation.
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Wall Ovens Make Cooking Convenient

Expand your cooking capabilities and free up space in your kitchen, with a new wall oven from The Home Depot. Wall ovens fit seamlessly into the wall, freeing up valuable kitchen space. When installed at a convenient height, wall ovens prevent you from doing a lot of bending and stooping and make it easier to take heavy pans out of the oven. Whether you're looking for a single wall oven, a double wall oven or a wall oven and microwave combo, we have what you need to get cooking.

Finding the Right Wall Oven

The first question an associate might ask you when you walk into The Home Depot store looking for a wall oven is, "Are you looking for electric or gas?" Certainly, the type of fuel matters. If you're replacing your existing gas wall oven with a new one, that's easiest. If you previously had an electric wall oven but want to convert to gas, or vice versa, enlist the help of a professional.

What size oven do you need? That's another very important consideration. You need to know the exact measurements of your current wall cutout. We recommend you call the store and schedule a professional pre-measure before your purchase. Then, go ahead and set things up to have your new oven installed by one of our licensed, insured and professional installers. Consider installing your wall oven at counter height, so that you don't have to bend down to put food in the oven or to monitor what's cooking.

Single vs Double Wall Ovens

If you enjoy cooking for a crowd or want that truly gourmet kitchen, a double wall oven is the way to go. Double ovens give you more capacity, so you can essentially cook twice the food in less time. You also get the flexibility to cook different foods at different temperatures. Roast your Thanksgiving turkey in one oven while you bake pies in the other.

Like your standard range, a single wall oven has one cooking area for which to bake, roast or broil your favorite dishes. Even though it's called a wall oven, it is not limited to just in-wall installation. Single wall ovens can be installed below a cooktop, under the counter, or built into a set of cabinets. For added convenience, consider a microwave and wall oven combo.

Top Wall Oven Features

Today's wall ovens offer a variety of features to help you get a tasty meal on the table in no time. Most will come with some type of self-cleaning feature, digital timer and digital temperature controls. The control lock function is popular for homes with children and helps prevent mishaps, like mistakenly turning on the oven. Newer models also may also feature WiFi capability, to control your oven's temperature and cooking times remotely on your smartphone or smart home device.

While shopping for a wall oven, you may see the terms convectional and conventional. Both will get the job done. Convection ovens use an internal fan to circulate the air. That means your food cooks quickly and more evenly with a convection oven. Keep those freshly baked goods warm in an optional warming drawer.

Let's Do This

Now that we've given you some food for thought, it's time to purchase your new wall oven. We have a wide selection of wall ovens available in the style and color you're looking for, including stainless steel wall ovens. Shop all the top brands and features. The Home Depot offers professional installation and haul away for most appliance purchases. Shop online or stop by your local store for a look at some of the products up close. Protect your purchase and get 24/7 support with The Home Depot 3-year and 5-year protection plans, starting at just $40.