Expert Home Stove Service
Our team is known for fixing the most complicated stove problems. We are fully certified, experienced and ready to serve you! All our services and parts come with a limited warranty. Our experts are trusted by homeowners all over Toronto and the GTA.
As a local, family owned and operated business, we’ve been serving Toronto and the GTA for over 20 years. Our trusted appliance repair experts are here to fix any issue with your stove, no matter how big or small it is. We stand behind our professional services and our impeccable reputation as appliance repair experts.
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Stove Repair Service You Can Trust
Trust is what we’re all about. Our work is backed by our warranty for your peace of mind!
Our work speaks for itself, and we have over 20 years of experience to back it all up.
Our industry experts can repair even the most complicated appliance issues.
An appliance repair shouldn’t cost the same as a new appliance. We’ll help you save more!
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CooperFIx Appliance Repair offers reliable, same-day appliance repair services in the GTA. We can fix all your residential appliances and our customer support center is open 7 days a week to assist you in booking a service call.
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Common Home Stove Issues
- Stove doesn’t heat up properly
- Stove doesn’t cook properly
- Stove temperature wrong
- Stove won’t turn on
- Stove doesn’t work
- Stove lights blinking
- Stove won’t close
- Stove too hot
- Stove showing error codes
- Electric stove issues
- Stove won’t heat up
- Stove keeps shutting off
- Stove takes too long to cook
- Stove won’t turn off
Residential Stove Repair FAQs
If you’re experiencing problems with your stove burners, the likely cause is either a bad connection, a faulty switch or just a faulty burner. Normally, the connections in the burner socket can simply burn out. If you check the socket and find charring and burns, that means it’s time to replace them.
The usual lifetime for a stove is around 15 years, but if you have a gas range, they may last longer. If you’re experiencing frequent problems with the burners and have difficulties cooking your food, then it’s time for a replacement.
Yes. Electric stove burners or surface coil elements will eventually wear out. An appliance repair specialist can fix this up for you with no issues.
The best way to determine whether you need to replace your stove is the cost of the repair and the age of the appliance, especially if you have a commercial stove. If your appliance has surpassed half of its usual lifespan and the repair would cost you close to the cost of a new one, you’re better off replacing it.
If you notice visible breaks, that means that the element needs to be replaced. When inspecting the coils under the top, check for burn spots and or breaks. If you notice any, then you’ll need an appliance repair specialist to replace it.
Stove Maintenance Tips
Use pans and pots that won’t boil-over and splatter. This will prevent damage from food spillage and prolong your stove’s lifespan.
It is inevitable that you will have food spillage while cooking. The best way to prevent permanent damage is to wipe down the spillage with a damp cloth or sponge as quickly as possible. Also, make it a habit to wipe down the stovetop after usage, so that you won’t have to use strong abrasives later.
Strong abrasives leave scratches on the surface, so if you haven’t picked up the spillage right away, try to stay away from abrasive powders. Instead, try to use a sponge with a mixture of warm water, dishwashing liquid and vinegar, or an all purpose cleaner. Remember, the more you leave the spilled food to dry, the more you’ll need to scrub after, so it’s better to take care of such issues right away.
In addition to your regular wipe-downs, give the other parts a gentle clean periodically. For example, wash any removable accessories with warm water and dishwashing liquid (but don’t wash the electric burner coils). Also, clean around the knobs or even better, remove the knobs and give them a proper wash in warm water with some dish soap. Make sure they are dried up before you put them back on.
Common Stove Parts
- Stovetop terminal block
- Sealed surface burner
- Control panel
- Electric Coils
- Control knob
- Grease filter
Each service truck carries a full inventory of common replacement parts so we can perform most refrigerator repairs within the same day.