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    Smeg 45L Black Dolce Stil Novo Built In Combi Microwave SF4604WMCNR

    R 49,999.00

    Smeg 25L Black Linea Built-In Microwave – FMI125N

    R 14,499.00

    Smeg 40L Neptune Grey Combi Microwave Oven Linea SO4102M1G

    R 34,999.00

    Smeg 40L Black Combi Microwave Oven Linea SO4102M1B3

    R 34,999.00

    GRUNDIG 60cm Oven+ Microwave GEKW19400DX

    R 22,499.00

    Smeg 45cm Microwave with grill Oven Compact Classica Aesthetic SF4301MX

    R 26,999.00

    Whirlpool 60cm built-in electric oven inox colour self cleaning W7OM54H

    R 9,499.00

    Whirlpool 60cm built-in microwave stainless steel W7 MW541SAF

    R 10,499.00 R 9,799.00

    Whirlpool built- in microwave stainless steel colour W7 MW461

    R 11,499.00 R 11,399.00

    Whirlpool 40L built- in microwave W9IMW261

    R 14,999.00

    Siemens 20L Black Warmer Drawer BI630CNS1

    R 14,999.00 R 11,999.00

    Siemens 2.4L Stainless Steel Built-In Coffee Machine CT636LES1

    R 34,499.00 R 31,999.00

    Smeg 40L Silver Glass Built In Microwave SF4102MCS

    R 29,999.00


    Quality Built-in Microwaves for Sale Online

    Shop our range of built-in microwaves for sale at MHC World. Buy online and receive free delivery over R3500 & within a 30km radius from our store.

    Apart from our built-in microwaves for sale, we also offer microwaves, extractors and ovens.




    What Is a Built-In Microwave

    A built-in microwave is a microwave oven that is designed to be installed flush with the countertop or wall.

    It is a popular choice for kitchens with limited space, as it can free up valuable counter space.

    Built-in microwaves come in a variety of sizes and styles to fit any kitchen décor.


    How Does a Built-In Microwave Work

    A microwave works by using microwaves to heat food. Microwaves are a form of non-ionizing radiation that can penetrate food and cause the water molecules in the food to vibrate. This vibration creates heat, which cooks the food.


    The Development of Microwaves

    The first microwave oven was invented in 1947 by Percy Spencer, a researcher at Raytheon. Spencer was working on radar technology when he noticed that the microwaves were heating the chocolate bar in his pocket. He realised that microwaves could be used to cook food and patented the first microwave.

    Microwave ovens quickly became popular in the 1950s and 1960s. They were seen as a convenient way to cook food quickly and easily. In the 1970s, microwave ovens began to be built into kitchens, as they became more affordable.


    Pros and Cons of Built-In Microwaves

    Overall, built-in microwaves offer a sleek and modern look, but they can be more expensive and difficult to install than freestanding microwaves. If you are considering a built-in microwave, it is important to weigh the pros and cons carefully to decide if it is the right choice for your needs.

    Here are the most notable benefits of a built-in microwave:

    • Built-in microwaves save space on the countertop, which is especially important in small kitchens.
    • Built-in microwaves have a sleek and modern design that can complement any kitchen décor.
    • Built-in microwaves can be used to cook a variety of foods, including popcorn, vegetables, and even baked goods.
    • Built-in microwaves can be energy-efficient, depending on the model.
    • Built-in microwaves are relatively easy to clean, as they are not exposed to the elements like freestanding microwaves.


    Some of the disadvantages of a built-in microwave are:

    • Built-in microwaves are typically more expensive than freestanding microwaves.
    • Built-in microwaves require professional installation, which can add to the cost.
    • Built-in microwaves may be difficult to reach, especially for people with limited mobility.
    • If a built-in microwave breaks down, it may be more difficult and expensive to repair than a freestanding microwave.
    • Built-in microwaves are typically installed in a specific location, which limits their flexibility. If you need to move the microwave, it may be difficult or impossible to do so.
    • Built-in microwaves may not be as durable as freestanding microwaves. This is because they are exposed to more moisture and heat, and they are more difficult to repair.


    When Is a Built-In Microwave an Essential Appliance in your kitchen

    A built-in microwave is a versatile and convenient appliance that can be a valuable addition to any kitchen. If you are looking for an appliance that can help you save time and energy, a built-in microwave is a great option.

    Built-in microwaves are a good choice for anyone who wants to save space in their kitchen. They are also a good option for people who want a sleek and modern appliance that can complement their kitchen décor.


    Different Types/Styles of Built-In Microwaves

    There are two main types of built-in microwaves: ventless and vented. Ventless microwaves do not have a fan to remove steam and odours, so they are not as energy-efficient as vented microwaves. Vented microwaves have a fan to remove steam and odours, so they are more energy-efficient.

    Built-in microwaves also come in a variety of styles, to fit any kitchen décor. Some popular styles include:

    • Flush mount: Flush mount microwaves are installed flush with the countertop.
    • Under cabinet: Under cabinet microwaves are installed under the cabinet.
    • Over the range: Over the range microwaves are installed above the stove.


    How to Clean Your Built-In Microwave

    To clean your built-in microwave, you will need a mild soap and water solution. You can also use a commercial microwave cleaner. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions when cleaning your microwave and heed the following tips:

    ·         The best way to prevent grease and grime from building up is to clean the microwave regularly. You can do this by wiping down the inside of the microwave with a damp cloth after each use. If there is any stubborn grease or grime, you can use a mild soap and water solution.

    ·         There are many commercial microwave cleaners available. These cleaners can be effective at removing grease and grime that is difficult to remove with soap and water.

    ·         Harsh chemicals, such as bleach, can damage the interior of the microwave. It is best to avoid using these chemicals when cleaning the microwave.

    ·         Do not put metal in the microwave as it causes arcing and sparks in the microwave. This can damage the microwave and could even start a fire.

    ·         The vent on the microwave helps to remove steam and odours. It is important to clean the vent regularly to prevent it from becoming clogged.

    ·         The door seals on the microwave helps to keep the microwave airtight. It is important to inspect the door seals regularly for any damage. If the door seals are damaged, they will need to be replaced.

    ·         To remove stubborn grease and grime, you can try using a paste made from baking soda and water. Apply the paste to the affected area and let it sit for a few minutes before wiping it away.

    ·         You can also use a lemon to clean the microwave. Cut a lemon in half and rub the cut side on the inside of the microwave. The lemon juice will help to remove grease and odours.

    ·         If you have a vented microwave, be sure to clean the vent filter regularly.


    By following these tips, you can keep your microwave clean and in good condition for years to come.


    How to Choose a Built-In Microwave

    When choosing a built-in microwave, there are a few factors you need to consider:

    • Choose a microwave that is the right size for your kitchen.
    • Consider the features that are important to you, such as the number of cooking modes, the vent type, and the timer.
    • Set a budget before you start shopping.
    • Choose an energy-efficient microwave.


    Best Brands of Built-In Microwave available on MHC World


    You can find all reputable brands of built-in microwaves for sale at MHC, including Smeg, Whirlpool, Siemens, and more.

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