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Cook up a Storm with a New Cooktop!

Cook up a Storm with a New Cooktop!

Cooktops are an essential item in a kitchen, even more so than an oven. They’re always in use, and no kitchen can be complete without one. As such, it should come as no surprise that cooktops in Perth are the most frequently upgraded of all kitchen products. According to Houzz’s 2017 Kitchen Trends Study, cooktops were the most upgraded appliances in kitchens across Australia last year. So, it only makes sense that if you’re choosing to upgrade yours, you choose…

3 induction cooktops that will change they way you cook food!

3 induction cooktops that will change they way you cook food!

The sole purpose of a kitchen is to prepare food and when it comes to preparing food, one of the most used appliances is a cooktop. However if you’re an environmentally conscious human being, then you’ll know that cooking uses a fair amount of energy. In fact, according to Energy Smart, a publication by the Western Australian Government, cooking accounts for around 12% of the total energy used in a typical WA household. While 12% may not seem like much,…

Get the best cooktop for your budget

Get the best cooktop for your budget

If you’re looking for cooktops in Perth, no doubt you’ll base your decision on your budget. But, before you decide on a particular model, it’s a good idea to know a little bit about cooktops prior to purchase. Only when you have some background knowledge should you move on to what cooktops are available in various price brackets. As the head of purchasing at Ross’s Discount Home Centre, I know quite a lot about cooktops, and today, I will shade…

7 things you need to know about induction cooktops

7 things you need to know about induction cooktops

Are you considering getting a new cooktop for your kitchen? If so, you have three options on hand, namely induction cooktops, gas cooktops and electric cooktops. According to Houzz.com.au, when replacing appliances, gas cooktops are the preferred option (49%). However, this changes when it comes to building a new home or renovating an existing kitchen. In this case, home owners are more likely to choose induction cooktops (28%) over electric cooktops (22%). As Ross’s purchasing head, I certainly know all…