A double oven typically offers more cooking capacity and flexibility than a single oven, making it convenient for preparing multiple dishes simultaneously or for cooking large meals. It can be either built-in or freestanding and is available in various configurations, such as conventional, convection, or combination ovens. The two oven compartments may have independent temperature controls, cooking modes, and timers, providing versatility for different cooking needs.
A licensed electrician or appliance installer can typically install a double oven safely and correctly. In addition to a licensed electrician or appliance installer, some homeowners with experience in electrical work may also be able to install a double oven if they follow manufacturer instructions carefully and adhere to local building codes. However, for safety and warranty purposes, it's often recommended to hire a professional installer, especially if the installation involves complex electrical work or modifications to cabinetry. Additionally, certain jurisdictions may require permits or inspections for oven installations, which a licensed professional can handle efficiently.