Oven Repair - Lake Stevens
Certified Oven Repair Experts
The last thing you need to go wrong is an oven that won’t heat up properly. A broken oven is a frustrating event, and finding an available appliance repair service could take awhile. You might want to do a lengthy online search for a reputable repair company, look at reviews, call for an estimate, call friends for referrals and make a list of who you think might be your repair person. The worst-case scenario includes waiting for an appliance technician to drive up from Seattle.
We recommend that you research professional appliance repair services for oven repair, and we even wrote a blog to help you. Tips For Hiring A Trustworthy Appliance Repair Service.
We want to give you the best-case scenario: we are a locally owned and operated Lake Stevens appliance mechanics company with over 45 years of combined experience.
We will schedule an appointment with you promptly and within a two-hour window. You won’t have to wait all day for someone to show. A certified technician will diagnose the problem quickly and communicate to you the essential repairs.
We tell you what time we will be there according to your schedule and we arrive on time. Your customer experience is our number one priority.
We are available and ready to help you with your broken oven and get you back to cooking. We also service oven parts and components such as stoves, ranges, and microwaves.
Our technicians have advanced and certified appliance technician skills. Our team stays current with the industry standards. You will always have a professional mechanic that respects your home, property, and time.
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Our technician will diagnose your oven and take the right steps to fix it on the same day if possible. We diagnose many situations with faulty ovens and are ready to solve problems quickly.
Common reasons your oven isn’t heating properly
When the oven doesn’t heat, a cutoff to the power supply is usually the problem. Often a faulty switch is a minor repair and not a lengthy or expensive job. Sometimes it is more detailed, and the oven requires further servicing. We are always honest with you and will explain everything that we are doing. If your oven has broken to the extent that it is not repairable, we will further discuss that with you and recommend your next best option.
For gas ovens, an ignitor switch will turn off when there is a gas line problem. Electric ovens have heating elements that will not heat your oven if there is an internal electrical issue. We’ll consider all of these issues and find the solution.
If you need an electrician, gas line consultant, or an issue beyond our scope, we can provide recommendations to local area professionals.
If the oven temperature heats up but doesn’t stay hot, not hot enough, or not working at all, it can also be a matter of the temperature sensor. The mechanic will inspect the sensor among the other oven components and replace it if necessary.
Similar oven repair solutions include the replacement of broken wires, old valves, or new switches. We can replace parts easily or have them ordered. Replacement parts vary on the make and model of your oven. Parts include and are not limited to the following:
- controller bands
- heating elements
- ignition wires
- safety valves
- self-cleaning latches
We are happy to offer you a vast array of information regarding your appliances, plus help you preserve them as long as possible.
Replacing a part is standard procedure for our mechanics. If you do not know what you are doing, it could be dangerous for you to install it yourself. Please call a professional to repair a broken oven or to replace electrical components.
The safety and health of our technicians and customers are a major priority. We want to keep all of our customers safe as we enter your homes to provide repair services. We are still following safety procedures to minimize the spread of Covid-19.
You can always call us with any questions you have regarding a broken appliance. (425) 212-9076. Feel free to fill out the contact form on our homepage.