Oven Repair, Stove Repair, Range Repair
by PeachState Refrigeration and Appliance Pro's.
PeachState Refrigeration and Appliance Repair Pro's provides oven repair, stove repair, range repair, and cooktop repair to all major brands including Bosch, Dacor, Electrolux, Fisher & Paykel, Frigidaire, General Electric, Jenn-Air, LG, Maytag, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Samsung, Thermador, Whirlpool and many others.We repair most problems including poor temperature control, broken bake elements and control board malfunctions.
We provide oven repair, range repair, stove repair and cooktop repair in the following cities of metro Atlanta area: Alpharetta, Buford, Chamblee, Cumming, Dacula, Decatur, Doraville, Duluth, Dunwoody, Johns Creek, Lawrenceville, Marietta, Milton, Norcross, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Stone Mountain, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, Tucker, Woodstock.
If your oven doesn't light or heat properly or you have other issues that require professional help, PeachState Refrigeration and Appliance Repair Pros are ready to repair your oven with our honest, certified and licensed professionals.
Oven, Stove and Range Tips and Information
Attempting to repair a broken oven, stove or range without proper training and safety standards is dangerous. Ovens, stoves and ranges should only be repaired by skilled professionals who have the knowledge and experience to safely bring them out of disrepair. Unqualified individuals attempting to repair the appliance themselves, risk serious injury or even death.
To reduce the need of repairs, use these guidelines for proper maintenance and care which is essential in keeping your oven, stove or range running efficiently. By following these tips, you can prolong the life of your oven, stove or range and avoid many costly repairs.
Seven money saving tips that will extend the life of your oven, stove or range and lower the cost of energy.
1. Clean ovens, stoves and Ranges control panels regularly by removing knobs and buttons and clean them with a mild dish detergent. Clean the surface of the control panel with a nonabrasive mild cleaner. Do not spray or expose the control panel directly to liquids. Spray directly into the cloth, wipe clean and wipe dry. Abrasives may cause scratches and corrosion on glass control panels.
2. Clean porcelain or glass cooktops with a nonabrasive mild cleaner baking soda and warm damp cloth. Abrasives may cause scratches and corrosion on glass control panels.
3. Clean burner drip pans thoroughly to bring out the shine needed to properly radiate heat back. To keep them functional, clean regularly and replace every two years. Never cover with aluminum foil because the foil may cause an electrical short.
4. Carefully clean around burners and elements. Look for bubbles and blister on the coils of the burners. This indicates that the heating element may be burned-out.
5. Carefully clean around gasket seals. Use a mild, nonabrasive cleaner to clean in order to maintain proper temperature control and system efficiency. Replace corroded or brittle seals.
6. Remove glass coverings to replace light bulbs. Replace with 40watt bulb usually located behind a small glass dome near the upper left or right side of the inside of the oven. Check owner's manual for exact specs.
7. Self cleaning ovens are generally cleaned by heating the oven to high enough temperature to incinerate debris. Do not use oven cleaners in self cleaning ovens. Use oven cleaners only for nonself-cleaning ovens.
All of the above tips are for informational purposes only. For your safety, we strongly encourage any oven repairs to be performed by a certified, licensed and insured technician such as the ones employed by PeachState Refrigeration and Appliance Repair Pro's.