What is a Venting Hob?
A venting hob is a type of hob that has an in-built fan which allows you to extract steam, grease and food smells from the air. It replaces the need for a separate cooker hood, be it a large chimney cooker hood or a smaller built-in canopy cooker hood. The compact nature of a venting hob means you don’t have to worry about wall or ceiling space if you require a fan in your kitchen.
Venting hobs are also usually induction hobs, which give you a high-quality level of cooking. Induction hobs use magnets to heat up the pan instead of the hob itself, allowing you to have a high level of control when cooking. It also means the induction hob doesn’t retain as much heat as a standard hob after use, so it reduces the risk of burns.
If you’re after a countertop extractor fan but don’t want it integrated with your hob, then you can take a look at our range of downdraft cooker hoods. And if you’re looking for a hob without a fan, you might be interested in a ceramic hob or gas hob.
You can find a number of big name brands available at NE Appliances, including Bosch, Faber, Neff and Elica.
Benefits of a Venting Hob
- ✔ It removes the need for a wall or ceiling-mounted extractor fan.
- ✔ It’s ideal for compact kitchens.
- ✔ It uses induction hob technology, which is the most efficient and controllable type of electric hob you can get.
- ✔ The fan will be flush with the hob when not in use.
- ✔ Recirculating fans don’t require any external vents.
- ✔ The hobs feature touch control.
- ✔ A sleek style perfect for any modern kitchen.
Find Great Value Venting Hobs at NE Appliances
As well as having a great selection of venting hobs to choose from at NE Appliances, they’re also great value too. We’re confident you won’t find our appliances available for cheaper elsewhere, which is why we have our Price Match Promise. So if you do find one, get in contact and we should be able to match that price for you.
Free delivery is available on orders, giving you even greater value. We also offer a range of different delivery and installation options depending on where you’re based in the UK. You can also use Klarna as a payment option to either buy now and pay later, or to break your payments down into three equal instalments.