One question that homeowners often ask is whether they should invest in a built-in microwave or just purchase a countertop appliance.
Built-in microwaves are simply microwaves that are built-in to a cabinet or fixed to the wall to keep out of the way and to free up more cooking space.
Free Up Kitchen Counterspace with a Built-In Microwave
The biggest advantage of a built-in microwave is the counter space that it’s able to free up. For most homeowners, there never seems to be enough counter space, particularly if you are working with a smaller kitchen.
Microwave ovens and built in microwave ovens is growing its popularity day by day, today it has become the most important kitchen appliance used across the world.
Apart from the feature of reheating and normal cooking Microwave ovens is such an electrical kitchen appliances that have functions to cook, grill and bake. Built in microwave oven works on high frequency radio waves. These waves vibrates the water and other liquid molecules of food at a very high speed generating large amount of heat and then this generated heat is used to cooks/grills/bakes and reheats food.
-) The first thing to keep in mind is to know the use you want to give it, if you want an oven only to reheat food, the lower power microwave will be perfect for the kitchen, but if you need to grill / cook / bake, then you need to buy a microwave with a higher power.
-) Features : Different microwaves works on or have different in built features, so before buying a microwave it is important to consider and understand the features you would like to have.
-) Programming function: Today’s built in microwave lets you program your cooking time. For example: some dishes or food needs 100% power to cook at the beginning or starting and 10% power at the end. So settings can be made accordingly.
-) It is important to do a research on the brands that manufacture them as each brand lay down different features, prices and specifications.