Think Small - Think Sub-Zero and Wolf
NEW Sub-Zero and Wolf Appliances at UAKC
New Wolf 24-inch oven fits in smaller kitchens
Do you want premium appliances, but don't have the space for supersized Sub-Zero built-in fridges or giant Wolf restaurant style ranges. Not to worry. Sub-Zero makes an entire line of undercounter refrigerators and freezers in both swing out doors and drawer versions.
We know that small kitchens are nothing new in many Southern California locations, including some of our most exclusive neighborhoods. The experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center can help you find the right appliances for your kitchen regardless of your size restrictions. Heres what Sub-Zero and Wolf have to say about their lineup:
While many consumers think of Sub-Zero and Wolf for our signature large appliances – like the PRO 48 or our husky, pro-style ranges – we're responding to the small kitchen trend in a vigorous yet thoughtful manner, with slimmer refrigeration, a greater selection of cooktops and modules, and now, a new 24″ E series built-in oven.
The new Wolf 24″ oven is the latest in Wolf's selection of cooking products suitable for small kitchens. Let's take a look at its features:
11 COOKING MODES FOR PREDICTABLY DELICIOUS RESULTS
A smaller size doesn't mean you sacrifice cooking flexibility. Options from convection broil to keep warm and everything in between assures your dishes will come out perfect every time.
MULTIPLE DESIGN OPTIONS
Transitional styling fits nicely in a variety of kitchens and pro handle accessory option extends the styling options even further.
CONVECTION HEAT FOR MORE CONSISTENT COOKING
Don't you love convection cooking? Wolf's convection system is incorporated into this feature packed oven.
ADJUSTABLE OVEN RACK FOR COOKING CONVENIENCE
Self clean, delayed start, and timed cook will make this the easiest to use oven you've ever owned, and that's just the beginning.
Preheats 50% faster than normal
OBSTACLE-FREE COOKING ENVIRONMENT
Bake element is hidden below oven floor and broil element is recessed. More room inside for big dishes, and nothing to get in the way.
DUAL HALOGEN LIGHTS
Keep the heat in the oven. No need to open the door to view cooking progress.
This is just one example of the collection of appliances for small kitchens at UAKC. Call or visit the professionals at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center for more information on Sub-Zero and Wolf or other fine appliances and decorative plumbing fixtures.
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