Browse High-Tech Ranges & Cooktops in San Diego

Everyone has their specific tastes and preferences when it comes to cooking. This is especially true when it comes to selecting a cooktop or range for your brand new kitchen remodel. If you are looking for ranges and cooktops for sale, visit our Lars Appliance Showroom in San Diego and let our design specialists guide you through the selection process and help you pick the cooking appliance that fits your lifestyle needs.

Quality appliances for hassle-free cooking

Whether you want to purchase a cooktop or range for your kitchen in San Diego, you should take your time to explore different options that will add convenience and functionality to your cooking space. At our well-equipped showroom, we offer a variety of cooking appliances that offer advanced features and fit all kinds of kitchen layouts. Our selection includes everything from cutting edge electric ranges to innovative gas and induction cooktops.

We carry the best ranges in San Diego

Lars Appliance Showroom carries some of the most trusted brands you can count on for your cooking needs. We offer sophisticated cooktops from Jenn-Air, Miele, Fisher & Paykel, GE Cafe, and iconic induction range designs from Wolf, Verona, ILVE, Beko, Bloomberg, and more. What’s more, we boast years of experience in the kitchen remodeling and design industry which enables us to provide expert advice on every aspect of your kitchen renovation project.

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    Frequently asked questions

    Not sure what the difference is between ranges and cooktops? That’s completely understandable, as confusion often arises when differentiating between ranges, cooktops, and ovens. The kitchen remodeling experts at Lars Appliance Showroom are here to explain how each of these options would fit your kitchen in San Diego.


    Kitchen ranges, also referred to as stoves or oven ranges, are versatile cooking units that combine an oven and a stove in one appliance. They typically feature 4 to 6 burners on the cooktop and an oven compartment below. They can be fueled by electricity, gas, or both, in which case they are called dual fuel ranges.


    Cooktops, on the other hand, are appliances that contain just the top, burner portion of a stove. They are typically powered by electricity or gas, and can be combined with different types of wall ovens to save space or fit into a kitchen island in order to create a unique and convenient cooking station. Cooktops have control buttons and knobs on top of the counter instead of the front.

    At Lars Appliance Showroom, we offer a wide range of functional and convenient cooktop models. Depending on your cooking preferences and needs, you can choose between the following types of cooktops:

    • Electric cooktops feature sleek, modern designs, and allow for easy cleaning and maintenance. They typically come in ceramic, glass, and coil options. While they do offer slower heating than the other two options, they are much easier and cheaper to maintain or repair.
    • Gas cooktops provide immediate heat and precise temperature control. They are the best choice for homeowners who have a gas line running into their kitchen. Also, purchasing a unit with a downdraft feature is a great option if you have no space for a range hood.
    • Induction cooktops rely on electromagnetism to cook food. The best thing about induction cooktops is the fact that they become cool to the touch as soon as you remove the pot or pan from the surface. They are highly efficient and very easy to clean.

    It’s not always easy to determine which cooktop option would be the best choice for your home. If you have trouble deciding, don’t hesitate to consult our design specialists and share your design vision. They will carefully evaluate your needs and consider your available space to help you pick the perfect cooktop for your kitchen.

    If you’ve decided to add a cooking range to your San Diego kitchen, you may have come across slide-in and drop-in variations in addition to the typical freestanding range. While these two modern options seem to be similar, they offer unique features and require different approaches to installation. Here’s what sets drop-in ranges and slide-in ranges apart:

    Slide-in ranges

    The main differing feature of slide-in ranges is that they have a bottom drawer built in below the oven. This drawer is used to store pots, pans, and other cookware. A slide-in range is recognizable by its contoured sides and a cooktop that protrudes slightly above the surface. This design enables your installation technician to slide in the unit between two cabinets and also prevents any food and beverages from falling into the space between your cabinets and the range.

    Drop-in ranges

    Drop-in ranges are quite similar to slide-in ranges, except that they don’t feature a bottom drawer. Another difference is that they require custom cabinetry for installation, as they are typically mounted on a prepared base cabinet instead of on the floor. This is a good option if you are remodeling an older home and need a custom range option. These ranges offer a high-end look to your kitchen thanks to their elegant and sleek design.

    You can find everything you may need for your kitchen remodel at our Lars Appliance Showroom. In addition to carrying a vast array of ranges and cooktops from all the leading manufacturers, we are also your go-to provider of kitchen appliances in San Diego, offering:

    If you want your new appliances to fit seamlessly into your new kitchen design, make sure to make the selection process the first step of your kitchen remodel. Why not let us help? Reach out to our design specialists and start working on your dream kitchen today!