Cooktops by Surface
Radiant Cooktops Radiant Cooktops

The smooth, flat glass or ceramic surface looks sleek, is easy to clean and features multi-sized burners.

Induction Cooktops Induction Cooktops

Fast heating and energy-efficient induction cooktops use magnetic coils to bring heat to the pan, leaving the remaining burner surface cool to the touch.

Coil Cooktops Coil Cooktops

Electricity heats raised coils up to bright orange quickly and efficiently. It maintains temps for a long boil or slow simmer.

Gas Cooktops Gas Cooktops

Move from high to low heat with the turn of a knob. The open flame makes it easy to control. Works with gas or propane.

Cooktops By Number of Burners
Cooktops by Feature
Downdraft Cooktops Downdraft Cooktops

Vent smoke and steam from your kitchen island or peninsulas. It pulls in fumes then pushes them down and out through a duct.

Continuous Grate Cooktops Continuous Grate Cooktops

Get a flat cooking surface over gas burners to make moving pots and pans easy.

Stovetop LP Convertible Stovetop LP Convertible

An LP conversion kit allows you to convert the cooktop so it can be used with LP gas.

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MEASURE Understand and properly measure the cutout size specific to your new cooktop. Note: You will need to call your local store to schedule a pre-measure before installation can begin. We recommend scheduling the pre-measure before purchasing. After the pre-measure and purchase, contact your local store to schedule your installation. Step 2: Fuel Type FUEL TYPE Understand the fuel type your cooktop will use. Make sure it is close to the unit and ready for connectivity. Note: You may need to contact a licensed contractor to make any conversions. Step 3: Trim Kit TRIM KIT Does your cooktop require a trim kit or any other accessories? Determine your trim kit size and style, as well as if you need any additional accessories to complete your installation.
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Whether you're stirring up family-sized meals or a dish just for one, get cooking with a new cooktop from The Home Depot. With its style and space-saving design, cooktops are a win-win when replacing an old stove or remodeling your kitchen. Shop our wide selection of cooktops with the latest options and features in all the top brands. 

Why Choose a Cooktop? 

Like a range, a cooktop is central to any busy kitchen. Since there's no oven below it, you save space. And, who couldn't use more space for storage? The absence of the oven below may also mean less heat for you to deal with, while you're standing and preparing those meals. 

Cooktops offer flexibility. They can be installed in a kitchen island or on top of a countertop, leaving room below to store pots and pans. If you have a built-in wall oven or simply don't use your oven very often, a cooktop is the way to go. 


Cooktop Features and Options 


As you begin your search for the best cooktop for your home, consider the many options and features available. The first choice you'll likely make is whether to go with a gas cooktop or an electric cooktop. Your kitchen's current setup will usually determine that. A gas stovetop is the favorite of many culinary pros because of its precise heating and ability to heat up quickly. Electric stovetops are affordable and easy to use. An added benefit of many electric stove tops, glass stove tops and flat-top stoves is their smooth surface. It makes cleanup quick and easy. 

Looking to bring the latest technology to your kitchen? Consider purchasing an induction cooktop. Induction cooktops heat up even faster than gas stoves and heat the pan directly, while leaving the remaining surface cool to the touch. The safest and most energy-efficient option, you'll pay more for an induction stovetop, but it's money well spent if you have small children in the house. 


Choose the number of burners and design that fits your lifestyle. Four burner and five-burner cooktops are the most popular, but you can choose as few as two burners or as many as six-burners for your cooktop. Make Saturday morning pancakes with the family on a gas cooktop with a griddle. Get the perfect grill marks on a steak you made right in your own kitchen, on a gas cooktop with a grill. Other features to look for include high-heat burners, electronic controls and bridge elements that create a bigger burner to accommodate extra-large pots and pans. 

Don’t Forget the Ventilation 

No matter what type of cooktop you choose, you'll need proper ventilation to vent any smoke, steam or odors that may be present while cooking. A range hood will do the job. Some cooktops have built-in downdraft ventilation. This is an integrated ventilation system that doesn't require a separate hood. 


Get Ready to Buy Your Cooktop 

A good rule of thumb before making any appliance purchase: measure first, buy second. We recommend scheduling a professional pre-measure before buying your new cooktop. After the pre-measure and purchase, contact your local store to schedule your installation. 


At The Home Depot, you'll find the convenient and space-saving cooktops to fit your space and budget needs. From electric and gas cooktops for the home to commercial induction cooktops for your business, we have what you need to get cooking. And, we deliver. Just say when, where and how.