I have a gas hob that I think I would like to replace with an induction hob. Mainly because I think that an induction hob will be easier to clean than a gas one!
I'm old enough to remember the cook-cook-cook-cookability adverts for gas! Is induction nearly as good?
I did wonder whether to buy one of the hobs that has some induction and some gas, I thought I could use the gas if there was a power cut. But realistically when was there a power cut? I'd probably be better buying an all-induction hob.
Now I know that the official advice is get a gas safe person to do it unless you are competent but if I paid someone to do it, what exactly would they do? Just solder an end cap on? It would be nice to know what job I need them to quote for and to make sure they are not doing anything more/less than required!