Originally Posted by kevmatic
Really? Why is that?
Around here, natural gas is why cheaper per watt of heat, so you rarely see electric stoves, furnaces, dryers, hot water tanks, etc. Its all gas. But I don't see why gas stoves would get hotter unless power distribution is a concern.
They are, however, easier to control because you can visually get a much better idea of how much heat is being generated.
Probably because people that like to cook on a higher scale of quality need quality heat
If you cook a lot gas stoves are cheaper.
Though gas is nicer to cook on IMO
Induction stoves are cool though, we were thinking of buying one a few years ago when my family needed a new stove. Went with a GE gas stove though, just gotta love that feeling of cooking on a gas stove.
Electric is more common out in the country or in areas you don't get city services. Or atleast in this part of the world