Kitchen Appliance Repair Dacula
Cook Tops, Cooking Ranges, Ovens, Dishwashers
When a cooking appliance in your kitchen gives you trouble, it might be tempting to address the problem yourself. The Internet certainly is full of tips on what to do for every kind of appliance failure. If you don’t have experience, though, you can end up doing more harm than good. There’s no need to risk making an expensive mistake with your oven when you can always call in an expert from ServiceMAX. Not only do you get assured professional assistance when you call ServiceMAX, you get it with a price guarantee too.
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Our trained and experienced technicians make quick, timely house calls to fix nearly every major brand of home appliance. Arriving in trucks stocked with parts for every major brand of appliance, they bring you quality workmanship and guaranteed results.
As a general assurance against never having to face a malfunctioning oven, you should try these 5 tips to make your appliance last longer. With these tips, you’ll save on your energy bills, too.
Calibrate your oven
The inbuilt thermometer in any oven can drift out of calibration over time. When this happens, you could end up turning your oven higher than you need to. Not only will your recipe suffer, you’ll spend more on your energy and wear your oven out too quickly. Getting a thermometer to calibrate your oven’s thermometer can be a great way to address this problem.
Inspect the door seal
The seal around your oven’s door has an important job, it keeps the heat from escaping. Over time, though, these seals tend to dry out, crack or simply become stretched. When your oven door seal isn’t in good shape, a lot of the heat that you pay for will escape. Regularly cleaning your door seal is a great way to extend its service life. If you notice over a routine inspection that the seal seems to not be tight enough, you should call for service.
Use better quality baking dishes
Metal baking pans tend to lose heat quickly. When you use heat-retaining ceramic or glass baking dishes, though, you’ll be able to turn the temperature down by 20 degrees. Your food will cook exactly the same, and you’ll save money on your energy bill.
Keep it clean as a whistle
The bottom of your oven cavity needs to be a bright, shiny clean. This is the only way the surface will be able to reflect heat back at your food rather than absorbing it. When you have drips, crumbs and stains sticking to the bottom of your oven, you end up darkening the surface and turning it into a poor reflector. Not to mention, burned food can smell bad. When you have a clean oven, you do more than just save energy by cooking your food more quickly, you help your oven last longer by using it less.
Don’t use the self-cleaning feature
The day before Thanksgiving is usually a busy one for appliance service techs. That’s when many people decide to turn the self-cleaning feature in their ovens on, in anticipation of the big day. The self-cleaning feature in an oven works by running the heat at maximum for an extended period of time to burn out every food scrap in the oven cavity. Unfortunately, the process stresses ovens out so much that they often break down. Cleaning by hand on a regular basis is the best way to extend the life of your oven.
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