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Home Improvement  /  July 24, 2017

Induction Stoves: Making Life More Convenient

Induction stoves are becoming the standard cooking apparatus for many homes. They have even replaced gas stoves completely in many commercial districts. But what are the benefits of induction cooking, and should you replace your existing gas stove during your kitchen remodeling project? Handyman Connection of McKinney discusses more.

Induction Stoves

Instant Heat

With gas stoves, you have to wait a bit until the heat is at its full power. You can actually test this with a pot of water. Heating it with a gas stove takes longer than with an induction stove. So if you want instant heat, induction is the way to go.

Induction stoves are also waste-free and are 70% more energy-efficient than their gas and electric counterparts. An induction cooktop only heats the cookware instead of the whole surface.

They’e Safer than Gas and Electric Stoves

One of the reasons we always suggest induction cooktops when we do a kitchen remodeling is that they are actually safer to use. When you take the pan off the burner, the induction unit will automatically close. In some cases, you can actually touch the surface of the burner without getting scorched. This is an important feature, especially if you have small children with very curious hands.

Hassle-Free Cleaning

Cleaning a cooktop isn’t something most people really look forward to. Gas stoves, in particular, are fairly difficult to clean – especially when they’re already full of grime and muck from previous cooking sessions. With an induction cooktop, food can’t get baked into the surface since it maintains a relatively cool temperature even when you’re cooking.

This means that cleaning the surface of the cooktop is also easier to do. All you really need is damp cloth, give it a few wipes, and you’re done.

Are you planning to remodel your kitchen? Our team highly recommends investing in an induction cooktop. The long-term value it brings to your kitchen space will be well worth the investment. Fill out our form or give us a call at (972) 439-9695 for more information and an estimate on our services.

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