What are the extras of induction vs gas?
So I think we've narrowed it down to two. I was thinking induction, then not, then gas, then induction, and I'm driving everyone crazy. So I've boiled it down to either the wolf AG or DF, or the GE profile slide in range. My husband wants the wolf as he thinks he wants gas (has never cooked on it) and it looks really nice (I know, I know). If we do get gas, I will get the Wolf as I've heard the customer service was excellent and the product itself very good across the board.
I was thinking induction because of all the great things I've heard on here. But I don't want to steam roll his wants, even though it's not really based on fact, but emotion. I've ruled out the Electrolux induction, just as it sticks out too much for our area.
So what are the extras that I have to think about re: either range? I have electric right now with a gas line close, so I have to have it installed, was quoted about $500, then to ensure the venting is adequate (one sales guy told me 300 cfm was ok for the Wolf??? Does this seem right? I'm a nurse, not a heating/venting guy, but this didn't seem like enough)
Then induction, we have 60-70 amps box right under our cooktop we're replacing. Most of our pans are the stainless, would have to get new frying pans I guess (teflon).
What else do I need to think of? I don't want to get the induction and have it be a horrible choice. We don't do any crazy cooking, regular meat and potatoes kinda people.
Thanks in advance for any help anyone can give me!