On the list of your most important appliances, your oven definitely is towards the top of the list. When your oven isn’t working, dinner time can get complicated or downright difficult. Most homes use their ovens on a daily basis and when you can’t use it, you realize how much you really need it.
No matter what the problem is, whether it isn’t getting hot or the door isn’t working, our great repair technicians can take care of you. The skilled repair technicians at Aaron’s Appliance Repair in Pflugerville, TX are more than capable of getting your oven good as new.
Our technicians stay up to date on the latest technology with regular training sessions to keep their skills sharp. They are also honest and reliable to deal with. They will come into your home, assess the situation, fill you in on all the details, and give you an estimate that is free of hidden charges or any underhanded fees.
Why The Oven Broke In The First Place
Ovens are complex appliances. There can be one issue but there may be one or more causes for that issue. Our technicians understand these complexities are know-how properly diagnose the problem.
If you are not experienced in fixing ovens or understanding how they work, a do-it-yourself repair is going to be a bad idea. The thought is that doing it yourself will save you a lot of money, but that is likely not going to be the case.
Hiring a professional like us will get the job done right the first time and with our guarantee behind our work as well. They are also going to have the right tools for the job, which makes a big difference too.
The Most Common Problems
The Door Isn’t Working
There are plenty of parts that may need to be replaced in order to fix a door that isn’t shutting properly. It could be the rubber gaskets, the sensor, or the springs that may need attention.
It Isn’t Self Cleaning
Self-cleaning ovens are really handy, except when they aren’t self-cleaning properly. This could happen if the switch, control panel, door locking motor, or the thermostat are broken or malfunctioning.
The Oven Isn’t Heating Up
This problem can likely be attributed to an igniter or a heating element that is malfunctioning or broken. If this problem is spilling over to the range and it isn’t lighting either, this could be a gas line problem. This is a job that is best left to the professionals.
Is It Time To Get A New Oven?
Ovens have an average lifespan of about 15 years. They can easily last this long with the proper maintenance, care, and use. If your oven is about that old or starting to get older than that, it is going to start breaking down more often which can cost a pretty penny in the long run. Our professionals can help you figure out if a replacement is the right choice. We can also help you to find the right one for you.
Give us a call so we can help you with your oven.