When My Oven or Other Appliance Breaks, Should I Repair it or Replace it?

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Appliances break. If someone could make an everlasting appliance, they would make a fortune, because even though we all know that appliances can not last forever, it really ruins your day when an appliance that makes your life simpler quits working.

We know that if you have to call us to repair one of your appliances, you’re already having a pretty crummy time, so we will do everything we can to make sure your repair is quick and effective.

It’s easy to put off making the call to have your appliances fixed, because you may not be sure if your appliance should be repaired or replaced. Some appliances are almost as affordable to replace as they are to repair.  For instance, you’d never call someone in to repair your toaster.  If you’ve had a dishwasher for more than five years when it breaks, you might rather replace it, depending on how expensive your dishwasher model was to begin with.

However, oven appliance repair usually makes a lot of economic sense. An oven is an expensive investment. Replacing an oven isn’t affordable. Plus, an oven should reasonably last anywhere between 10 and 15 years, so once you repair a broken oven, it should continue to work for you for a long time.

If you’re not sure whether it is worth it to repair your oven, please contact us. We are always happy to give you our honest recommendation about what repairs are worth doing. If you decide you would rather replace your oven, let us know, and we’ll give you advice on what models seem to be more reliable in the long run. We want you to be happy, and we’ll be in your corner, whenever your appliances need repairing.