If you answer yes to ANY of the following questions, then induction cooking may be a good fit for your home.

Induction cooktops have several health benefits compared to gas stoves. Gas stoves produce twice as much 2.5 micron particulate matter (PM2.5) as electric stoves. They also emit nitrogen oxide (NOx), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), carbon monoxide (CO), and formaldehyde (CH2O or HCHO).

Studies have shown that children in homes with gas stoves are more likely to develop ailments such as asthma than those with electric stoves. Gas stoves leak carbon monoxide (CO), an odorless gas that kills 500 people a year in the U.S.

Induction cooking is more efficient, and it runs on electricity instead of burning methane gas (which is commonly called natural gas) to cook your food. Methane is a greenhouse gas, so by lowering your use of it you can reduce your home’s greenhouse gas emissions.

Now would be a good time to replace it—and enjoy the benefits of induction-cooking technology.

Now would be a good time to replace it—and enjoy the benefits of induction-cooking technology.

With no open flames or exposed heating elements, induction cooktops reduce the risk of fire and accidental burns in the kitchen—making them an excellent choice for families with small children.

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