Gas hobs

With easy to turn knobs that help you to control the flame, gas hobs provide even heat distribution and are typically favoured by professional chefs. So if you’re known for showcasing your culinary flair to friends and family at dinner parties, this may well be the choice for you!

They are available in a wide range of finishes and styles, making it easy to find the right style to match your décor and are perfectly matched for using all types of cookware, so you won’t be restricted when choosing your final design flourishes.

Gas hobs can prove tricky to clean however, particularly when compared to the flat, sleek surface of an induction hob which can be cleaned quickly after every meal. With the kitchen seamlessly designed to be the heart of any home, it is important to keep a close eye on children and pets when a gas hob is in use to avoid risk of injury from the open flame.

To ensure your gas hob is safely installed, it is also important to ensure it is correctly fitted by a certified professional.

Induction hobs

Induction hobs help you make the most of your culinary skills as they heat up quicker than any other type of hob, letting you get on with cooking straight away, perfectly balancing both style and substance. Available in a range of modern and stylish designs, induction hobs are incredibly energy efficient and ideal for making delicate adjustments to your cooking where the right temperature is crucial for the likes of caramelising, searing or simmering.

With the safety of the family in mind, induction hobs often benefit from a wide range of extra features including flexible cooking zones, timers and child safety locks. They are also safe to touch which is ideal for busy homes with little chefs keen to help out with the cooking. What’s more, AEG’s intelligent induction technology heats only the pans and the food in them, meaning no burnt messy spills from bubbling pans.

Ensure you use cooking pans that are made from magnetisable metal, such as cast iron or stainless steel, as these are compatible with induction hobs. Most retailers will specify if their cookware is induction friendly, so keep that in mind when shopping for new products.

Which hob is right for me? 

Gas and induction hobs each have their pros and cons, so it comes down to personal preference, your cooking requirements and the budget you have allocated. To speak to one of our technology experts about your cooking requirements, visit one of our showrooms and we’ll be happy to advise on what would work best for your home.

Gas hobs

With easy to turn knobs that help you to control the flame, gas hobs provide even heat distribution and are typically favoured by professional chefs. So if you’re known for showcasing your culinary flair to friends and family at dinner parties, this may well be the choice for you!

They are available in a wide range of finishes and styles, making it easy to find the right style to match your décor and are perfectly matched for using all types of cookware, so you won’t be restricted when choosing your final design flourishes.

Gas hobs can prove tricky to clean however, particularly when compared to the flat, sleek surface of an induction hob which can be cleaned quickly after every meal. With the kitchen seamlessly designed to be the heart of any home, it is important to keep a close eye on children and pets when a gas hob is in use to avoid risk of injury from the open flame.

To ensure your gas hob is safely installed, it is also important to ensure it is correctly fitted by a certified professional.

Induction hobs

Induction hobs help you make the most of your culinary skills as they heat up quicker than any other type of hob, letting you get on with cooking straight away, perfectly balancing both style and substance. Available in a range of modern and stylish designs, induction hobs are incredibly energy efficient and ideal for making delicate adjustments to your cooking where the right temperature is crucial for the likes of caramelising, searing or simmering.

With the safety of the family in mind, induction hobs often benefit from a wide range of extra features including flexible cooking zones, timers and child safety locks. They are also safe to touch which is ideal for busy homes with little chefs keen to help out with the cooking. What’s more, AEG’s intelligent induction technology heats only the pans and the food in them, meaning no burnt messy spills from bubbling pans.

Ensure you use cooking pans that are made from magnetisable metal, such as cast iron or stainless steel, as these are compatible with induction hobs. Most retailers will specify if their cookware is induction friendly, so keep that in mind when shopping for new products.

Which hob is right for me? 

Gas and induction hobs each have their pros and cons, so it comes down to personal preference, your cooking requirements and the budget you have allocated. To speak to one of our technology experts about your cooking requirements, visit one of our showrooms and we’ll be happy to advise on what would work best for your home.