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  1. Maytag - 36" Built-In Electric Cooktop - Stainless Steel

    Model: MEC8836HS
    SKU: 6314662
    Your price for this item is $1,304.99
  2. JennAir - 36" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop - Black

    Model: JIC4736HB
    SKU: 6339614
    Your price for this item is $3,999.00
  3. ZLINE - 30" Gas Cooktop with 4 Gas Brass Burners and Black Porcelain Top - Black

    Model: RC-BR-30-PBT
    SKU: 6454306
    Your price for this item is $1,189.99
  4. Frigidaire - 36" Electric Cooktop - Black

    Your price for this item is $799.99
    The previous price was $1,049.99
  5. Whirlpool - 36" Electric Cooktop - Black

    Color:
    Black
    Model: WCE77US6HB
    SKU: 6233105
    Your price for this item is $1,169.99
  6. Thermador - LP Kit For Pro Harmony Gas 48" Ranges with 4 or 6 burners - Multicolor

    Model: PALPKITGA6
    SKU: 6528608

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    Your price for this item is $199.00
  7. Thermador - Liberty Series 36" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop with 5 Elements, Wifi and Frameless Design - Silver

    Your price for this item is $4,999.00
  8. Viking - Built-in 5 Series Gas 48"W Sealed Burner Rangetop - Stainless Steel

    Model: VRT5488BSS
    SKU: 5935040
    Your price for this item is $5,799.00
  9. Dacor - Transitional 36" Built-In Gas Rangetop with 6 Burners - Silver Stainless Steel

    Model: DTT36T960GS/DA
    SKU: 6528573
    Your price for this item is $3,999.00
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  11. Bertazzoni - Professional Series 30" Electric Induction Cooktop - Black

    Model: P304IAE
    SKU: 5890374

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    Your price for this item is $1,649.00
  12. JennAir - 30" Gas Cooktop - Stainless Steel

    Model: JGC7530BS
    SKU: 8670015
    Your price for this item is $1,999.00
  13. JennAir - RISE 36" Built-In Gas Cooktop - Stainless Steel

    Model: JGCP436HL
    SKU: 6339617
    Your price for this item is $3,899.00
  14. ZLINE - Porcelain Gas Stovetop, Fingerprint Resistant with 7 Gas Burners and Griddle - Stainless Steel

    Your price for this item is $2,024.99
    The previous price was $2,249.99
  15. Bertazzoni - 5 burner 36'' Drop in Gas Cooktop - Stainless Steel

    Model: MAST365QBXT
    SKU: 6446999

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    Your price for this item is $1,799.00
  16. GE - 30" Built-In Electric Cooktop - Black on Black

    Your price for this item is $829.99
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    The regular price is $1,198.99
  17. Bertazzoni - Master Series 36" Drop-In Gas Cooktop 5 Burners - Stainless Steel

    Model: MAST304QBXT
    SKU: 6460725

    Not Yet Reviewed

    Your price for this item is $1,699.00
  18. Bosch - 800 Series 30" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop with 4 elements and Wifi - Black

    Model: NIT8060SUC
    SKU: 6496096
    Your price for this item is $2,399.99
  19. JennAir - NOIR 36" Built-In Gas Cooktop with Grill - Stainless Steel

    Model: JGCP636HM
    SKU: 6339619
    Your price for this item is $4,299.00

Selecting a Stovetop.

Finding the best cooktop for you.

If you’re confused about the difference between a cooktop and a range, the distinction boils down to the fact that a range merely combines an oven and a cooktop. However, separating the cooktop from the oven has become increasingly popular because many people enjoy having a countertop stove on an island or other convenient surface and setting the wall ovens off to the side where opening and closing them won’t interfere with other meal prep.

This setup also makes it easier to choose different heat sources for each appliance. For instance, you might want a gas cooktop and an electric convection oven. If you want to create this pairing in one appliance, you would have to choose a dual fuel range, but separating the cooktop from the oven is often the easier option.

When choosing between top stove design options, consider what hookups are available in your kitchen and what cooking preferences you have. Gas hobs are popular and are typically the top stoves used in restaurants, but you need a gas hookup. Electric stovetops can take longer to heat up and cool down, but you might like electric induction cooktops if you want to avoid hot burners altogether. Induction burners work by passing electromagnetic energy directly to your induction-compatible cookware, causing your pot or pan to generate heat without heating the burner. The induction and electric stove top are flatter than the top of a gas stove, making cleanup much more convenient.

Adding stovetop burners to your kitchen.

Size is a big factor when it comes to making your installation simple. Start by measuring the width, length and depth of the cutout where your cooktop will be mounted to determine whether you have enough clearance. Measurements should account for the space directly below your cutout, the space between the back edge of the cutout and the back wall, and the space between the front edge of the cutout and the front of the cabinet.

You should stick to the same dimensions if you’re replacing a previous cooktop. When doing the installation yourself, you will want to know how to safely connect the gas or electric line. For electric, you’ll need to know how many volts are available for your cooktop before you purchase one. If this sounds complicated, you’ll be glad to know that professional