The difference between a cooktop and rangetop? We'll start at the surface.
top vs. front controls
A cooktop is set into the countertop and has electronic touch or knob controls located on the surface. A rangetop is like a range in that it has controls positioned in the front for a commercial look.
sleek and modern vs. professional styling
Induction and digital electronic cooktops are smooth from edge to edge and are available in a choice of finishes. Gas cooktops have gracefully designed grates that interlock for stability. Crafted of premium-grade stainless steel, professional gas rangetops have an overall look of sculptural sophistication.
Induction cooking with sous vide
Precise temperature control makes the Monogram induction cooktop ideal for sous vide and other precision cooking techniques. It also features smartphone-inspired glide touch controls and griddle-compatible sync burners. Perfect for those who seek restaurant-quality results in their own kitchen.
electric induction cooktops
These induction cooktops have a frameless metallic surface that captures light and colors inside the kitchen. Also available in black and stainless frame.
These frameless induction cooktops can be installed flush with your countertop, for a seamless cooking surface.
glide touch controls
Precisely raise or lower heat with one easy swipe.
Pure theatre for the kitchen.
The Monogram professional rangetop has LED task lights strategically positioned above the control knobs for a functional and theatrical touch.
stainless steel gas cooktops
Continuous grates have curves and tapered points that lend distinction to the brushed stainless steel surface. Hand-machined stainless steel knobs with embedded indicator lights add refinement.
premium gas cooktops
The front edge is slightly curved to form an attractive arc that complements Monogram ventilation hoods. Soft-touch control knobs enhance the overall appearance and allow easy adjustment of heat settings.
professional gas rangetops
Bold angles and smoothly finished edges make a commanding statement in the kitchen, demonstrating that the power of a Monogram rangetop goes beyond watts and BTUs.