Replacement cooktops are available from many stores that sell appliances, both online and bricks and mortar. Nationwide retailers such as Home Depot offer replacement cooktops in store, as well as online, while cooktop manufacturers offer replacements directly on their websites.
To purchase a gas, induction or electric cooktop quickly, consider visiting a local business that specializes in small appliances. Look for a local store that sells “scratch and dent” merchandise that still works properly, but may have some minor cosmetic flaws. Top-quality merchandise can also be found at local retailers, and many of these companies offer free or discounted installation.
Nationwide retailers such as Home Depot and Lowe's also keep cooktops in stock in their stores, with a larger selection available online. Consumers can often save money on items that must be shipped by purchasing online and having the product shipped directly to the store. These large retailers also often offer installation services for an additional fee.
Online shoppers can find a large variety of cooktops on Amazon.com. While these items must be shipped, many sellers offer free shipping. For those in a hurry to replace their cooktop, many items can be shipped quickly, sometimes overnight, for an additional fee.