The final part of this article will discuss where you can go to buy a stove top from once you have weighed up all the factors and options. There are various options here, ranging from high street stores to online ordering to out of town retail parks. This part of the article will help you decide which is the best option.
Ordering a stove top online is not a bad idea. Of course, the downside is that you will not be able to see your stove before you purchase it. The advantage is that you will have your stove top delivered so you wont have to rent a large car or van to go and pick it up from the store. Some stove tops need careful installation, and its very important that this is done right for safety reasons. You will need to employ a professional electrician or ensure that you buy from a company who install your product for you. Make sure you speak to your online retailer about this, preferable by phone, to ensure you know what you are getting. There can be lots of hidden costs around delivery and installation so don’t be tricked by these things. One good online option is Appliances Direct, who offer a huge range of stoves. Another is The Builders Depot who have some excellent deals on stove tops including some of the models discussed in this article. Don’t forget that Argos and Curry’s also have online and delivery options as well as in store stoves.
If you’re buying in store, you can see your product before you buy and make sure that its going to suit the style and size of your kitchen. Curry’s is a good option here and they stock the majority of the models discussed in this article, though not all of them. Argos are another rival and they offer some good products at the cheaper end of the scale. Some out of town large building stores also stock stoves and may offer installation and delivery options as well so you can browse these kinds of store as well. Many stores do only offer standalone ovens so you might want to consider researching online first if you are after a stove top on its own. Of course, there are also specialist oven and stove stores. These are usually independent stores so check your local area on yell.com or search on google to see if there are any specialist oven and stove shops near you.
Whichever option you go for when it comes to purchase, compare rival brands and think about which are offering the best deals and prices to ensure that you get the best deal, and make sure that you factor in the costs of delivery and installation as well. All reputable companies should offer at least a 2 year warrantee on their stoves, regardless of whether you are buying online or in store.