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Any experience w/ Wolf induction cooktop w/flush install in quartz??

2 months ago

Any one have the Wolf (or other brand) induction cooktop installed flush with Quartz countertops?

I have read threads about the potential heat damage (with pans extending over the quartz) when doing a flush install with a Wolf induction Contemporary cooktop. I have spoken with Wolf, both the local showroom and the 800 customer support, and have been told that this is a common installation and one that they use in their working showroom.

I appreciate any hearing about your personal experience with a flush install/quartz. Have you found it to be a problem? Or a challenge to keep the pots/pans off the quartz? I know that granite will not have this issue, but prefer to use quartz for a variety of reasons. thanks!

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