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Gas Hobs For Sale
The Modern Living gas hobs for sale offers a range of small designs that suit a compact kitchen space, while other designs contain five or more gas rings which are ideal for busy kitchens. As key providers of kitchen appliances, we are proud to provide gas hobs for sale from a range of leading manufactures at competitive prices in which our customers benefit from. With a range of styles, control functions and colours, you are bound to find your dream gas hob from the product listing you see above. Our showroom in Bradford offers you the opportunity to witness our exceptional gas hobs first-hand and our highly-trained sales professionals will advise you on what style best suits your needs so why not visit us today.
Gas Hobs FAQs
See down below for the most frequently asked questions about gas hobs.
How to clean gas hob burners?
Gas hob burners can get messy, and certainly need maintenance to work perfectly. The proper way to do this is to break the gas hob down into parts. Here is a quick cleaning guide:
1. Ensure that the hob is cool and not hot to the touch before doing any of the cleaning
2. Hand wash the trivets in warm, soapy water using a non-abrasive sponge or cloth.
3. Allow the trivets to soak in warm, soapy water for 20 minutes
4. The burner caps and heads should also be hand-washed and soaked, similarly to get rid of any tough stains.
5. Then, dry all parts immediately and place back onto the hob.
Which gas hob is easiest to clean?
Simply put, a glass gas hob is the easiest gas hob to clean. This is because they give the dirt less places to collect. The design of a glass hob is flat, which immediately makes for a more convenient clean. A standard gas hob has lots of pieces in which dirt and grease can gather, whereas a glass hob has a more simple design.
All you really need for a glass gas hob is a solid glass cleaner product.
Is gas hob cheaper than electric?
Whilst the question of which is the cheaper hob? has been debated for a while, experts have settled on gas hobs being cheaper than electric. This includes upfront costs and running costs.
On average, a regular gas hob is half the price of an induction, upfront. What’s more is the annual running costs of a gas oven are typically around half as much as well. So if you’re looking to save money on purchasing your tech as well as the bills, a gas hob is likely the better option for you.
Are all gas hobs the same size?
The short answer is no, not all gas hobs are the same size. The height and depth are typically a standard size, but the width can vary massively depending on what you need for your kitchen.
So, when choosing a hob you need to consider the width of the area you’ll be placing it in first and foremost. An ill-fitting product is an unsuitable product.
Do you need an extractor fan over a gas hob?
Yes, you absolutely need an extractor fan over a gas hob. In 2006, building regulations changed and stated that ventilation must be fitted in a kitchen that is built from 2006 onwards. This comes down to ensuring the safety of those using gas hobs. Gas produces smoke and a lot of heat, therefore a quality ventilation system is crucial.
What is the difference between gas hob and gas stove?
An obvious difference is the advancements in cooking technology which are made clear between the two types of cooker. A gas hob may have different features on it to make cooking easier.
What are the different types of gas hobs?
There are a variety of gas hobs available in today’s modern market. These vary by the amount of burners they have, the material of which they are made (such as glass gas hobs), their sizes, styles and the features they offer to the modern-day cook.
You can shop all the different types of gas hobs here at Modern Living.