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GE Appliances JP3530SJS 30" Stainless Steel Electric CooktopCurrent price:
Originally:Comp Value $1,221.99Our "Comp Value" represents the comparable price for the same or similar products offered for sale in the market, which is often established by the manufacturer or supplier, or informed by our competitive market analysis. Market prices may vary by season and geographic region. We encourage you to do your own comparison shopping as another way to see what great value we offer. You Save $574.34 (47% off)Free Store Pickup At Woodbridge, VA TomorrowGet it Delivered as soon as 10/04
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Cooktops, Countertop Stoves, & Stove Tops for Sale
Shop American Freight for a wide range of cooktops and stovetops for sale at cheap prices. You're sure to find the best stovetop for you by browsing our cooktops and countertop stoves.
Our counter top stoves, cooktops and stoves range from traditional gas cooktops to electric cooktops and are offered in a wide variety of styles and finishes, including ceramic, glass, and stainless steel. Stovetops are also available with both gas burners and induction style burners with radiant systems. Additionally, we sell downdraft countertop stoves and cooktops with sealed burners and safe knobs, making them safe for your kitchen.
American Freight offers a variety of options for cooking appliances and accessories, so you choose the style and price that is best for you. Browse items like ovens, cook tops and warming drawers. American Freight has great sale prices on other appliances for the kitchen and home, like freezers, dishwashers and dryers.
Cooktops Buying Guide:
How much does a cooktop cost?
The price of a cooktop can vary greatly, ranging from under $500 to over $2000 depending on factors such as brand, type, and features.
What is the most popular cooktop size?
For most kitchens, a cooktop size of approximately 30 inches (60 cm) is preferred. This size is commonly found in many homes, and it typically offers four burners, which is sufficient for most households.
What are the different types of cooktops?
Types of cooktops include gas, electric, induction, and downdraft. Gas cooktops are preferable if you already have gas installed in your home. Whereas electric can also provide a more sleek look while requiring less installation. The ventilation system is what differentiates induction and downdraft cooktops.
What are Popular cooktop brands?
Some of the most popular cooktop brands include our top choices such as GE, Frigidaire, Whirlpool, and KitchenAid.
What is the best material for a cooktop?
Steel or cast iron is the preferred material for gas cooktops, while electric cooktops are typically constructed with a ceramic-glass blend to offer a smooth, user-friendly surface.
What colors do cooktops come in?
American Freight offers a variety of cooktop colors to choose from, including stainless steel, black, white, black stainless steel, and matte black.
What are the four basic types of cooktops?
The four basic types of cooktops include gas, electric, induction, and downdraft.
What is the difference between electric and gas cooktops?
Electric cooktops operate solely on energy coming from voltage, whereas gas cooktops require an extension of a gas source. Electric cooktops are completely flat, made out of a ceramic-glass material, and gas cooktops are made of stainless steel or cast iron, as an open flame is exposed.
How long do cooktops last?
Depending on how well you care for your cooktop, your surface can last anywhere from 13-15 years.
What are induction cooktops?
Induction cooktops are a type of electric stove that heats up extremely quickly, using electromagnetic fields to rapidly change temperature.
What are downdraft cooktops?
Downdraft cooktops feature a built-in ventilation system that draws smoke, steam, and cooking odors down and out of the kitchen through a vent located on the cooktop surface, eliminating the need for a separate range hood.