The advantages of using a ceramic stovetop include the ability to increase to increase counter space, the ease of cleaning and ability to enhance the beauty of any kitchen. A ceramic stovetop has a flat surface and electric coils beneath the surface that heat up to cook food.
Counter space is an essential requirement, especially in smaller kitchens. A ceramic stovetop can provide extra counter space that can be used for placing plates and serving food. For instance, it's possible to cook on one ceramic burner and serve directly onto a plate placed on the other cold ceramic burner. This saves time required to transport hot pans from the stove to the counter.
Ceramic stovetops have a flat and smooth surface that is easy to clean. Crumbs and liquids spilled on them can be wiped off with just a damp cloth. Typically the manufacturer supplies cleaning products and equipment designed to protect the ceramic surface. Gas and coil stoves typically require removing the top and the burners to clean the equipment properly; compared to these, the simplicity of cleaning a ceramic stovetop is highly advantageous.
Ceramic stovetops also have an elegant sleek modern appearance that adds beauty to any kitchen. The glossy cooktops hide the coils beneath the equipment’s surface.