You’ll be happy to know that the oven, stovetop, or any part of your cooking range is one of the cheapest appliances to repair, as it typically doesn’t shake much than an hour of labor to fix. $155 to $325.
The residential oven, range repair process starts with you calling us at 281-505-2800 or filling out our short contact form. We will immediately schedule a convenient appointment for you. Our skilled technician will soon be on his way to your residence. He will make sure to bring all the tools, equipment and materials with him. Our technician will quickly identify the problem and find the best solution. He will give you a plan of action as well as an accurate estimate of all expenses.
For professional commercial oven, range repair, please call us at 281-505-2800 or fill out our short contact form. We will provide you with a convenient time window for your repair appointment. Our tech will be on his way bringing with him all the equipment and tools necessary. He will thoroughly examine your broken commercial kitchen appliance. Usually, commercial appliances get a lot of use out of them. Sometimes dirt and grease get into internal parts.
We know that having a broken range is a frustrating experience, that’s why we’re here to help you repair it and get you cooking again quickly. Do-it-yourself stove repairs are easy, in fact, 91% of our customers rate stove repairs as “easy” or “really easy.” Below you’ll find troubleshooting videos to help guide you and you can also click on the symptom your oven is experiencing to access information on the repair parts that will help solve the problem.
Common Broken Range, Stove or Oven
Will not start
Learn how to fix your gas or electric range or oven when it won't start by examining a few key parts such as the infinite switch, surface element, bake and broil element and the oven burner igniter.
Little to no heat when baking
Troubleshoot why your range or oven has no heat when baking and inspect parts like the bake element or the oven sensor.
Element will not heat
Determine why your cooktop element won't heat by looking at the surface burner element, burner switch and terminal block.
Timer will not advance
Find out what can cause your range or oven timer to stop advancing with our troubleshooting tips and repair parts like your control board.
Gas igniter glows, but will not light
When your gas oven igniter glows but doesn't light see if the surface igniter, safety valve, temperature sensor or the electronic controls may be faulty.
Little to no heat when broiling
Find out how to repair your range or oven when there's little or no heat when broiling by looking at the broil element or the oven's thermostat.
Oven is too hot
Diagnose the causes of why your oven is too hot and look at common parts to see if they may be faulty like thermostats or sensors.
Will not program
If your oven won't program a faulty control board might be the cause.
Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
Diagnose the faulty parts like the door latch or the oven thermostat when the self-cleaning oven door won't open.