Oven, Range, Cooktop, and Hood Vent Repair

Oven, Range, Cooktop, and Hood Vent Repair

With any of these appliances, there isn't a whole lot of maintenance that they entail. There is some however, such as something as simple as cleaning the filter on your hood vent. These appliances require specific experience to accurately diagnose and repair correctly, but there is one thing you can try if it's a gas burner not working.​​

  1. The burner assembly can get dirty overtime, preventing the igniter from being able to ignite the burner. These are fairly simple to disassemble to clean, just be sure you keep track of what goes where when putting it back together or it will not work properly. A fix for these can be fairly simple if all that's needed is a cleaning of the burner assembly. No tools are required for this, if you think you need tools then you have probably gone to far.

  2. Does your oven have a self clean option and do you use it? Well, believe it or not we highly recommend against doing so! Self clean forces the oven to reach extremally high temperatures for extended periods of time, and it often causes damage to different components on your oven. This can cost you hundreds of dollars in repair cost, which we're sure you have no desire to be stuck with. Instead, we recommend you clean your oven just as you clean most things. With your hands and some extra elbow grease to boot. We know that's not what you want to hear, but we promise it is better than the alternative!