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Gas or Electric - What Options Are Available?

Whether you prefer gas or electric is a personal choice and may depend on whether you are renovating an existing kitchen where you need to consider practical access for gas lines or electrical wiring or you may be embarking on a brand new build from scratch.

The older solid electric cooktops and even the electric ceramic cooktops are really a thing of the past now and in terms of electric solutions Induction is the way to go. There appear to be some myths in the market that if you go for Induction you will need to replace all of your existing cookware and have to have copper bottom pots but that is not true. Your cookware does need to be induction-friendly however and a simple test is to see if a fridge magnet sticks to the base - if it does then your existing cookware is fine. However, if you are in the market to buy a stunning new induction cooktop then an upgrade to some beautiful new cookware may also be on the shopping list to complete your dream kitchen.

There are also some great options with gas cooktops. In general, the higher end models include solid cast iron trivets which offering additional stability when placing pots on top and you can choose from traditional stainless steel or there are also some beautiful bevelled-edge glass gas cooktops our range. These are really easy to clean and offer and are available in both black or white giving a real designer touch when paired with your benchtop.

What is an induction cooktop?
Induction cooktops use an electromagnetic field to heat up a pan.  In the same way that steel or iron objects will ‘stick’ to a magnetic surface, induction cooktops utilise a magnetic reaction to create heat.  While conventional electric cooktops work by heating the cooking zone and then transferring heat to the pot, induction cooktops create heat within the pot itself. Making induction cooking extremely fast, safe and energy efficient.  Induction cooktops have become more affordable in recent times which means more people have been able to enjoy the ease and convenience of induction cooking. However, please note that induction cooktops will only work with flat-based stainless steel or cast iron cookware.