A network of appliance dealers, including Metropolitan Appliance, Seattle Home Appliance and Judd & Black, sell Jenn-Air ovens. Due to their contract with Jenn-Air, authorized dealers do not ship appliances more than 150 miles; however, the manufacturer's website features a dealer locator to help customers find the nearest dealer.
As of 2015, Jenn-Air offers a wide selection of single and double wall ovens. These built-in ovens free floor space but require a separate cooktop. Many of the ovens the company offers include both a conventional and a convection oven. While conventional ovens normally have a single source of heat, the element in the bottom of the oven, convection ovens use multiple heat sources and fans to ensure more even cooking. They reduce cooking time for many meals.
Single wall ovens have just one oven and one control panel, while double wall ovens have two separate ovens with two control panels. Jenn-Air also offers combination ovens that include a microwave oven stacked with a conventional or convection oven. Finish options include stainless steel and glass.
The Jenn-Air company began as a fan manufacturer in 1947. In 1961, the addition of a Jenn-Air fan to a cooktop produced the first downdraft range. Maytag purchased Jenn-Air in 1981, and Whirlpool acquired Maytag in 2006.