Choosing a kitchen hob (otherwise known as a cooktop) involves considering various factors. That includes your cooking habits, available pace, any safety features and, of course, your budget. Here’s just a few things to look for when exploring our range.

Firstly, you need to look at which fuel type you want to use: gas or electric. 

Gas makes it easy to control the temperature, which is why it’s preferred by many chefs. It's also usually more affordable to run than electric models. However, electric hobs are easy to clean and offer consistent heat distribution.

Meanwhile, an induction hob uses electromagnetic technology to heat pots and pans directly, offering fast heating and precise control. Induction hobs are energy-efficient and safe as they remain cool to the touch.

Gas hobs are also efficient, but the energy consumption depends on the efficiency of your gas supply and the type of burners.

You also want to consider the size and configuration. 

It’s vital to pick a hob that suits the available space in your kitchen. On top of that, consider the number of burners you need. Standard sizes include 30 inches (4 burners), 36 inches (5-6 burners), and larger sizes for professional kitchens.

Whether you want a standard layout or specialised options like wok burners or griddles, Devine Distribution has a range of kitchen hobs to choose from.

Another factor to consider is how easy the hob will be to clean. Smooth ceramic glass and induction hobs are typically easier to clean than gas or coil electric hobs. Removable burner caps and sealed burners make gas hobs easier to maintain.

We have many reputable brands available, including AirForce, Miele, Beko, Haier, and many more.

Many of our hobs come with advanced features like touch controls, bridge elements, or dual-fuel options. We’re happy to offer more details on these features to see if they align with your cooking needs and preferences.

Check out our latest range of kitchen hobs online. Or simply contact us for more information.