For a seamless finish in your kitchen, you can't beat a Belling built-in oven. Designed to sit flush with your cabinets, whether you choose one that's installed at eye-level or underneath your worktop, they're a sleek and modern option for any home cook.
60cm Built-in Single Ovens
Our 60cm built-in single ovens have an oven and grill in a single cavity, making them a great option for smaller spaces. They can be installed seamlessly under your worktop, or within a column for convenient eye-level cooking. We have electric and gas models in our range.
70cm Built-under Ovens
Our 70cm built-under ovens are designed to fit underneath your worktop into a standard 60cm cut-out. Our range includes double gas and electric models with a main oven and separate oven/grill cavity. We also offer twin-cavity LPG models, which have a single oven and separate grill.
90cm Built-in Double Ovens
Designed for installation within a column, our 90cm built-in double ovens allow you to oven-cook at two different temperatures simultaneously, or use the separate grill and oven at the same time. Our range includes a selection of electric double ovens, as well as a gas-powered model.
Things to Consider
Built-in vs built-under
Built-under ovens are designed to fit in the standard gap in-between kitchen cabinets, underneath the worktop. Our built-in ovens are made for eye-level installation within a column. This means you won't need to stoop down to put things in and take things out of the oven, or to check how your food is doing.
All of our built-in ovens are 60cm wide and 55cm deep, but there are three heights to choose from. Our 70cm models are designed to fit into a standard 60cm wide space underneath a worktop, while our 90cm ovens should be installed in a 60cm wide column. Our 60cm models can be installed either way.
We have built-in ovens that run off electric, gas, and LPG. This means you can find a model to suit your household set-up, or go with your preferred fuel option. Gas tends to provide a more humid heat that's great for baking bread, while electric ovens create a drier heat that's preferable for cakes.