In the first part in how to install an oven, all electricity must be shut-off as well as all gas gages to ensure the safety of the installer and the property. Once all powers have been disengaged, the door will need to be removed, as this makes it easier to install it into the cabinet space provided. Before you install an oven, you must take the measurements of the cabinet space, including the depth, width and the height of the space; this must then be compared to the measurements of the oven needed to be installed.
After ensuring that the space provided to install the oven is the adequate space, which includes space for the oven or gas oven to aerate at the back, the oven will need to be placed on braces or a table that is strong enough to hold it up.
When having a gas oven installed, the gas connector needs to be joined to the gas supply tightly; this is usually done with a wrench. To continue to install the gas oven, the installer will have to check for gas leaks. To check the gas leak when installing an oven, a solution should be pasted onto the connector of the gas line. If the solution bubbles when the gas supply is on, then you have a gas leak and the connector will need to be tightened.
To install the oven into its cabinet position after the wiring has been properly dealt with, the engineer will slide the oven into position and then fasten the screws in the mounting holes so the oven or gas oven is properly secured into position. The door can be added and all trimmings that the oven has come equipped with.