The season to celebrate is nearly upon us, and with it you have a pretty busy social life scheduled. You may be hosting a holiday dinner for your entire family (2nd cousin twice removed included), or you could be entertaining your friends and neighbours over several get-togethers. With the spice rack fully stocked, the fridge full, and your favourite recipes in hand, you’re ready to make merry. What would you do if the unthinkable happens? Your guests are slated to arrive on your special day and your oven or stovetop won’t work. Cancelling Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanza isn’t in the cards, but you can’t service peanut butter and jam sandwiches either.
Luckily, when you call the experts in appliance repair, you don’t have to cancel anything – whether it’s your extended family’s dinner or a simple evening of cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Our quick, same-day service and crew of knowledgeable and reliable repair technicians can get your stove or oven working, so you can get back to entertaining. Our phone lines are open 24/7, so someone is available to help you at any time – on holidays, weekends, evening, or the middle of the night. One of our team members can be at your door, ready to give you an honest repair quote and complete the actions they suggest. After 14 years of providing this service across the GTA, we know what we’re doing!
A lot of the calls we answer regarding faulty stovetop elements have a simple and affordable solution. When elements won’t turn on (or turn off), it’s commonly an issue with internal wires, switches, connectors, or the control board. This means that there’s an isolated part that’s responsible for your holiday woes – not that you have to replace the entire appliance. Though relatively easy to fix, you most likely aren’t trained or in the possession of the tools necessary to make repairs on the complex internal electrical systems of your oven. DIY stovetop and oven repair isn’t suggested, as it can be as dangerous as it is unsuccessful. Leave that to us – the experts with the training and experience to make qualified and successful repairs.
If there’s enough time between now and your next holiday soirée, you can use this period as an opportunity to check if your stove and oven are up to the task of entertaining. An easy way to see if it’s ready is to run the self-cleaning function. This process will raise the temperature inside your oven to unusually high levels, and often a faulty oven will malfunction when put under this strain. A broken oven is never a good thing to own, but at least it will be happening now instead of on your special day. Even if your oven successfully completes self-cleaning, it’s a good idea to schedule a maintenance appointment with us to make sure your oven is in working order.
As the holidays draw closer, you can be the best host on the block or in your family tree. Don’t let something like a faulty oven stop you. Keep us in mind as you plan for your special dinner or party. We’ll ensure your appliances (and not just your oven) are ready for the holidays.