I'm looking to outfit my project kitchen with some high quality gear, but am deathly afraid of the damage caused by endless washboard roads.
How do standard household ranges (stovetops with ovens) hold up? Has anyone installed higher end stuff like BlueStar or Wolf? I'm not talking about the "commercial" lines, but the upscale residential stuff.
I want the centerpiece of my build to be a nearly commercial grade home kitchen, and am willing to sacrifice plenty to achieve it. Food
make the world go round, and since the invention of MP3s I can pack all my music into a space the size of a deck of cards. This leaves gobs of room for a kitchen (I'm looking at 10 window skoolies). I've already decided on the 12v Engel fridge, for durability, and I don't want to lug around 100lbs of cold condiments anyway.
So, to recap, I need input from anyone who runs regular household stoves/ranges/ovens about how they hold up in the long run. Thanks!