Downdraft hobs, where the air extraction is integrated into the hob, are an increasingly popular addition to kitchens in Kent.
There are many advantages to having a downdraft hob:
Greater flexibility in kitchen design
With a downdraft hob there’s no need to have a cooker hood above it. This opens up whole new approaches to kitchen design – for instance a downdraft hob can be easily accommodated in an island unit.
Downdraft hobs save space without having to compromise on convenience or performance.
Air extraction is streamlined and more discreet extracting vapours and odours reliably and precisely where they originate through a grille in the hob.
Buying a downdraft hob can often be more cost effective than buying a hob and cooker hood separately.
A better cooking experience
Because steam and cooking fumes are extracted through the hob, pans and their contents are more visible. As the air is extracted close to its source it makes cleaning easier and there is no separate cooker hood to clean!
To create the perfect cooking experience downdraft hobs often use induction technology for cooking.
Experience downdraft induction hobs at our Kent kitchen showroom and ask for a demonstration of the Bora and Miele hobs we have on display:
- Ergonomic design with smart touch control.
- High quality glass ceramic and stainless steel for high functionality and durability.
- Stylish range – with its effective cooktop extractor, six attractive cooktops and matching original accessories.
- Flexible, offering a variety of options for combining cooktop and cooktop extractor.
Miele 7774 TwoInOne downdraft induction hob
- Combines Miele induction technology with an integrated downdraft extractor
- Two variable, versatile PowerFlex cooking zones
- Powerful, quiet downdraft extractor extracts vapours and odours reliably and precisely where they originate.
- Easy to use touch controls