Single Electric Wall Ovens
This is the most common type of wall oven. Single electric wall ovens are generally 30 inches wide and have a capacity of between 4.5 and 5 cubic feet. These ovens can be as basic or feature-rich as you need or want, although more features means a higher price. If you want convection cooking expect to shell out $1,500 or more, and if you also want "smart" features prices generally start at around $2,500. The good news is that if all you need are basic cooking options -- and ovens that perform well at those tasks -- we found a couple of great choices for $1,000 or less. Some ovens offer stainless steel versions only, others come in several color options to fit any kitchen décor.Double Electric Wall Ovens
As the name implies, a double electric wall oven has two oven cavities -- upper and lower. Otherwise, they are much like single electric wall ovens in that the more feature-rich they are, the pricier they are. The biggest selling point with a double wall oven is capacity -- most feature an impressive 10 cubic foot total capacity -- great for large families or those who host a lot of holidays. As with single ovens, most of the double ovens we found come in a couple of color options, while others are offered in stainless steel only.Gas Wall Ovens
While gas wall ovens seem to be going the way of the flip phone, there are people who still need them, usually because they live in an older, 1950s or 1960s-era home and would rather replace than remodel. The gas ovens we review here are all 24-inch models, the size that is common in those older kitchens. Gas wall ovens are more basic ovens than electric, you'll rarely find convection cooking, for example, but a new one will probably be an upgrade for your kitchen if you're replacing an original appliance.