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Stove & Oven Repair & Tips

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Taking Care of a Grease Fire Grease Fires are VERY Dangerous! Many houses burn down because of Great Fires! Do NOT use water on a grease fire! We suggest you keep a box of Baking Soda near your stove in case a small grease fire should arise. Baking Soda is an excellent fire retardant. Also, ALWAYS know where your Fire Extinguisher is in the house.

coil-top stove


If you have a Coil-Top stove, remove any tin foil from your drip pans, and from where the coils plug in. It can be dangerous to your stove. Sometimes the coils on top of the stove will spark if you have tin foil wrapped around the drip pans.

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Gas Smells

Gas leaks in your home should be reported to your Local Gas Company right away. Also, if you can smell natural gas around your stove, first open a window, and then make sure all of the dials are in the "off" position. If they are off, call us to check your stove. Do NOT cook anything until you have someone check it out.

dirty stove


A lot of stoves have a "Self-Cleaning" option. Self-Cleaning can take care of a lot of extra work when time is short. A way to preserve your elements and make cleaning time shorter is to wipe off the racks of excess food and build-up before beginning the clean cycle.

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Refrigerators keep home cooked meals fresh and safe. Dishwashers mean no dish-soap hands for anyone in the family. Washers and dryers keep you looking your best. And the kitchen stove? There would be no fresh baked cookies, Taco Tuesdays or Thanksgiving spreads without it. When something goes wrong with an appliance, it can cause a serious kink in your daily life. Offering full-service on-site repair and maintenance, our technicians are efficient, provide the highest quality of work and understand how frustrating a cranky appliance can be. Need some serious repairs, we work on all types of appliances no matter the age or issue. Sometimes it’s a quick fix, and other times the appliance is well overdue for routine maintenance and needs some expert help. Regardless of the situation, our team of professionals has years of experience and guarantees that your appliances will be as good as new, as quickly as possible.

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Best Home Appliance Repair and Service is a Utah family owned and operated company serving residences and businesses within a 50 mile radius of Salt Lake City, Utah. With years of experience and great customer service, we’ve built a reputation based on quality, speedy service and affordability. Full appliance repair service on any and all household appliances is our specialty. We do it all including repairs on fridges, dishwashers, stoves, ovens, washers and dryers, on-site maintenance and appliance sales—including parts sales.

As a full service company that offers appliance repair in Salt Lake City Utah, we understand that not having a dishwasher or dryer might not be an “emergency” situation per-se, but it can certainly seem like it when you have stacks of dishes or dirty clothes to tackle. That’s why we treat every service and repair request with urgency. Each of our technicians is equipped with the skills, tools and experience to quickly assess the problem and restore your appliance to prime working order. However, there’s no need to wait for an appliance to completely go on the blink to give us a call.

Moving into a new season is the perfect time to take care of routine maintenance and inspections. If an appliance is giving out, it’s difficult for owners to notice. After all, do you remember how your washing machine performs now compared to when it was new? Probably not. However, it may be working harder (and wasting energy), not getting the job done well enough or “acting up”—and you may not even notice.

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