How Much Does An Oven Weigh? Average Weights + Advice


If you have a kitchen, then you have a variety of appliances that you depend on to help you cook meals for yourself and your family. At the same time, it can be difficult if these appliances do not work properly. For example, you may have recently replaced your oven. Now, how are you going to move that oven? How much does an average oven way? 

It depends on the exact type of oven you have. Some ovens weigh less than a hundred pounds. Other ovens can weigh up to 500 pounds. Therefore, you need to take a close look at the type of oven you require before you decide which one is right for you. 

Because ovens come in all shapes and sizes, it is critical for you to think about how big of an oven you require for your kitchen. That way, you find an oven that can help you take care of your meals without spending too much money or taking up too much space.

So, how much does the average oven weigh? Take a look at the results of our research, and find the oven that is right for your kitchen! 

Looking at the Average Oven: A Quick List

Before we move forward, it is relatively easy to break up ovens into several categories. First, you need to think about if you are getting a basic oven or a smartphone. A smart oven comes with a wide variety of features that might help you in certain situations; however, it can also be a bit confusing if you have not used a smart appliance before. 

After this, it is possible to break the ovens down further into several categories. These include: 

  • An oven range, which is a stovetop or oven combo typically weighs between 130 pounds and 220 pounds
  • A standard wall oven, which usually weighs between 80 and 180 pounds
  • A double wall oven, which has two separate compartments that can be set to different temperatures, usually weighs between 150 and 250 pounds
  • A toaster oven, which sits on the counter, usually weighs between 20 and 30 pounds
  • A commercial oven, which usually weighs between 400 and 500 pounds

Clearly, there are a lot of differences when it comes to how much your oven weighs. Even though a fancier oven may weigh significantly more, it will also come with a wide variety of features that could be helpful for your cooking. On the other hand, you don’t want to spend more than you have to. 

Now, if you are still curious about the differences between these ovens, it may be helpful to take a look at a few examples. That way, you can see what comes with certain ovens and what you might need in your kitchen. What are a few examples of ovens that could be helpful for you? 

An Oven Range

If you are looking for an oven that can handle the basics without taking up a lot of space, then you may be looking for an oven range. As the name suggests, this is an oven that comes with a stove on top. You will find this in a lot of kitchens, particularly older ones, as this type of cooking surface has been around for decades.

The bottom compartment will be the oven while the top compartment will be the stove. You can turn on the stove without having to turn on the oven, which is helpful. 

An oven range can vary wildly in terms of its size, scope, and price. For example, a basic oven range that does not have any smart technology in it will probably weigh about 125 pounds. On the other hand, a smart oven that is packed with a lot of other features will probably weigh closer to 250 pounds. 

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Oven ranges are a good choice that cover the basics and can weigh between 125-250 pounds roughly

Here is a gas oven range that a lot of people use. It comes in at just under 200 pounds. 

A Wall Oven

Another option you may want to consider is called a wall oven. This is a device that can be installed directly into your wall at any location at any height. They are typically incredibly light, and they will not take up any walking space in your kitchen. 

You have the option to purchase either a single or a double wall oven. Furthermore, they also come in basic and smart technology varieties. 

You may encounter something called an economy wall oven, which is relatively small and inexpensive. It typically weighs approximately 75 lb. This is a good example of a single basic wall oven.

On the other hand, there are more advanced wall ovens that come packed with a wide variety of features. For example, you may have heard about this smart wall oven from LG. Even though it comes with a lot of features, it also weighs significantly more, coming in at close to 160 lb. 

A Double Wall Oven

If you ever need to cook two separate dishes at separate temperatures, it will be helpful to have two ovens. Fortunately, you have the option of going with a double wall oven. Similar to single wall ovens, you can install them directly into the wall. Therefore, you do not have to worry about them taking up a lot of space. On the other hand, they will weigh significantly more. 

You also have the option to purchase a basic or a smart double wall oven. Again, you should think about the extra features that come with a smart oven and decide if you need more options or not. 

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Double wall ovens are really heavy but allow you to cook more at once

This is a good example of a double wall oven. Because it includes two ovens put together, it does weigh close to 240 pounds. If you are serious in the kitchen, you may be interested in purchasing a double wall oven. 

A Commercial Oven

Unless you run a restaurant or are a professional chef, you will probably not need a commercial oven; however, if you do find yourself requiring this capability, this is a good option to check out. 

A commercial oven has been specifically designed to handle a large amount of food. Therefore, you should expect this oven to be heavier and more expensive. Commercial ovens vary significantly in terms of size, even though they are on the larger end. Therefore, you still have a lot of options if you are looking for a commercial oven. 

If you require more than one commercial oven, you can also purchase a double oven. If you purchase multiple units at the same time, you might get a better deal. If you want to take a look at a few commercial ovens, check out this site. Keep in mind that you will probably need help moving a commercial oven. They can weigh more than 500 pounds. 

A Toaster Oven

If you find yourself not needing a very large oven, then you may want to check out a toaster oven. These are very small, and as the name suggests, they can also be used to toast bread, bagels, and a variety of other food items. They do not toast food as quickly as a toaster, but they do come with a lot of other settings.

A typical toaster oven weighs about 25 pounds. They do come in all shapes and sizes, so you can customize them to meet your needs, but they are significantly lighter than a standard oven. They usually sit on the counter, so they do take up your counter space, but they do not weigh nearly as much as a standard oven. This is something that you can move on your own. 

Here are a few examples of toaster ovens you can check out.

Tips For Moving an Oven

After you have found the right oven to meet your needs, you need to make sure you move it safely. Keep in mind that ovens are very heavy, so this is probably not something you should do on your own. Furthermore, if you do not use the right precautions, you could damage the oven before you use it. 

Before you start moving the oven, you need to take measurements to make sure the oven is going to fit. If you have a toaster oven, this is probably not necessary, as it is just going to sit on the counter. On the other hand, if you do not take measurements before you purchase an oven, you could be in for a rude surprise when the oven arrives.

If you are moving your oven on your own, a few tips to follow include:

  • Always see if you can get the oven delivered and installed for free with your purchase. A lot of big box stores will do this for you.
  • If you are moving your oven without the help of professionals, make sure to use a dolly. That way, you do not need to carry your oven on your own.
  • When it does come time to move the oven, make sure to lift with your legs instead of your back.
  • You might want to use gloves to help you strengthen your grip and protect your hands.

If you follow these tips, you should have an easier time getting your oven installed. 

Find the Right Oven To Meet Your Needs

These are a few examples of the most popular ovens people use. Because they come in all shapes and sizes, you should compare the benefits and drawbacks of each option before you make a decision on which oven is right for your kitchen.

Remember that you do not necessarily have to move an oven on your own. If you buy an oven from a big box store, they might include delivery and installation with the purchase. That way, you do not have to worry about hurting yourself or the oven when you move it. 

I hope you have enjoyed this guide to a few of the most common types of ovens. Take a look at a few related articles and guides below to learn more about ovens!

Hi there! I’m Craig, and I’m the founder of Appliance Analysts. When it comes to appliances and anything electrical, I’ve always loved opening things up, figuring out how they work, and fixing them. This website is where I share free advice from myself and our experts to help our readers solve their appliance/HVAC problems and save money. Read more