Oven /Stove Repair

Oven /Stove Repair Atlanta

Baking is a nice way to bond with your children, husband, wife, or friends. While the ovens function is quite simple, put food in, let it cook, take food out, sometimes your oven doesn’t do it’s job correctly.

If you’ve noticed problems with you oven such as it doesn’t maintain temperature, or doesn’t heat at all, give us a call
(404) 381-8251
We are located at:
 18 Capiton Sq SW # 207 Atlanta, GA 30334  

At Appliance Repair Atlanta GA our trained oven repair technicians are here to help!

We offer:
SAME DAY oven repairs, FREE estimate, and FREE service call with any oven or stove repair.

Whether you have an electric oven or a gas oven, we can get it back to its best shape for you. We handle all oven and stove models.

If your oven is broken, no need to wait and cook things in the microwave!
Call us! (404) 381-8251 We will get it to work in no time!

Common issues we diagnose and repair:

  • Stove elements don’t work
  • Oven doesn’t work
  • Range doesn’t work
  • Oven temperature is off
  • Gas range isn’t igniting

Oven Brands we Repair:

> GE > Heil > RCA > ASKO > Wolf > Sears > Roper > Amana > Caloric
> Estate > Tappan > Maytag > Bosch > Dacor > Brown > Uline > Viking > Kenmore
And many more oven/stove/range brands.

Oven FAQ: 

Q: How do I keep my Bosch Oven racks gliding smoothly? Seth Miller, Bartow GA
When you’re removing or inserting them, its recommended to applying cooking oil along their outer edges, it helps racks gliding smoothly.

Q: What is convection cooking? What are the benefits? – Frigidaire Oven owner, Fulton GA
Convection cooking is cooking with the added advantage of airflow circulation, which allowsi for a more even distribution of heat. By using the forced flow of hot air. It has a lot of advantages, like for example: Cooking time is approximately 25 to 30% faster than conventional ovens, saving energy. The more even distribution of heat results in food that is more evenly baked. And less heat is required than with a conventional oven, a convection oven usually cooks at 25°F below a conventional oven’s required temperature.

Q: Is it normal for my Electolux oven’s fan to run after the oven has been turned off? Robin Anderson, Atlanta GA
A: Yes, this is perfectly normal. The reason the fan stays on is to help cool the oven.

Q: What should I do if my Jenn–Air oven is cooking too slowly or too fast? Sarah Garcia, Lamar GA
A: You can check the actual oven temperature with an oven thermometer, then compare that reading to the setting on the oven’s control. If there is a notable difference, some models will let you adjust the oven temperature. The instructions for this can be found in your owner’s manual, under Adjusting Oven Temperature.


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