COOKERS

Cookers from Homebase: The current range of cookers at Homebase showcases some of the best known brands at the best prices - names such as Beko, Belling, Bosch, Bush, Candy, Cannon, Cannon by Hotpoint, CDA, Electrolux, Flavel, Hotpoint, Hygena, Indesit, Leisure, Matrix, New World, Rangemaster, Smeg, SMEG and Stoves can all be purchased either in store or via online shop.

Your kitchen size and design will help you decide which cooker is best for you. So will the price and of course you would want to compare prices at Homebase with other top DIY shops like B&Q, Tesco and Argos.

Homebase CookersThe best budget cooker for sale Homebase is the Bosch single built in static electric fan oven. It is coloured white and has been reduced in price by £20. Remember this is just a cooker and no hob is included in the price but at least it has a big 60 litre space that is big enough to cook a big turkey.

There is a grill included and a grill pan too. If you are thinking of buying this type of cooker then bear in mind that most likely you would need to hard wire the cooker into the cooker point on the kitchen wall.

The cheapest free standing electric cooker at Homebase is the Flavel. It has a gas hob with four rings and comes with a one shelf cooking oven that is nicely sized at 58 litres. An added feature to this cheap cooker is the easy to clean interior glass and the four cooking zones which is perfect for a low cost family cooker.

If you are looking for a cheap gas cooker then Homebase has got plenty of cookers for you to choose from. The Beko range is very popular and starts from under £200. The Beok gas cooker has 2 separate ovens (one grill) and boasts push button ignition, four gas burners, slow cook function and bright oven lights so you can see your food being cooked clearly.

The best cooker you can buy at Homebase is the Rangemaster classic induction cooker and would you believe costs just under 3 thousand pounds!

If you serious about buying a new cooker the be sure to check the energy rating of the cooker, cooking food as efficiently as you can not only cuts down on your electric/gas bill but also helps the environment because you are using less power.