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What are the disadvantages of a built-in gas hob?The installation of a built-in hob is complex; it is impossible to change the position of the hob because there is a permanent cut-out within the countertop.Another disadvantage of a built-in gas hob is that if water enters a burner it may stop working and will have to be repaired by the manufacturer. Its surface is flat, so liquid spills can create problems – boiling milk or tea can easily overflow from the pot to spill onto the cabinets and the floor.Built-in gas hobs are level with countertop, hence they are within easy reach of children. One has to be careful while cooking, especially if you have kids around.Read more:Kitchen Gas-Stove: Freestanding Cooktop vs. Built-in HobHow to Convert a Conventional Kitchen Into a Semi-Modular KitchenTell us: What’s your experience or opinion of built-in gas hobs? We want to know. Tell us in the Comments section below.