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Standard Residential Slide-In Freestanding RangesWhen searching online, you may notice the terms "freestanding" and "slide-in." The largest selection of standard ranges fall into these categories. Most standard ranges are 30 inches wide and have four burners (sometimes five) and one oven. Some have a broiler drawer on the bottom or have a storage drawer below with the broiler inside the oven. Some manufacturers offer a 36- or 40-inch range as well. Ranges in this category come in white, black or stainless steel and electric or gas options. Each manufacturer offers different bells and whistles, so it's important to compare features when researching. Besides size, colors and configuration options (like griddles and grills), standard residential ranges differ from commercial-style ranges primarily in terms of power — wattage for electric ranges and BTUs (British thermal units) for gas ranges. We're going to stick to gas ranges for the purposes of this ideabook. Just as with automobiles, higher power usually means a higher price. Standard residential ranges typically vary from $400 to $3,000. This freestanding 30-inch single-oven gas range has a large backguard.