If you properly maintain your appliances, you will not have to worry about repairs. However, along with maintenance, you also need to use your appliances correctly and safely to avoid problems.
To avoid range appliance repair, you should follow the tips below.
Position Pot Handles Inwards
When you are cooking on the stove top, the last thing you want is to accidentally hit a pot handle with your hand and have the food or liquid spill out on the range surface. Although most spills are easy to clean, some of them can lead to problems with your range, which could require professional repair.
It is ideal to position pot handles inwards to prevent this from happening.
Always Have an Attendee
Although you might think that your range is fine on its own, you should always have an attendee. Although it is rare for a range to stop functioning properly in the middle of cooking, it is still possible, and you should be prepared to take action to prevent damage or stop it from getting worse.
Food particles that are left on the stove top and inside the drip pans can increase the chance of a fire, which is not only dangerous to the range, but your entire home. It is important to keep your range clean, and the most effective and easiest way to do this is by cleaning it after each meal.
Keep Fabric and Paper Away
With a hot burner, a fire can get started if fabric or paper is left nearby. It is important to keep kitchen towels, paper towels, cloth napkins, recipe books, and any other paper or fabric away from the range.
Store a Fire Extinguisher Nearby
To be prepared in an emergency, you should always have a fire extinguisher nearby.
While these tips will help you avoid repair, you might still need assistance at some point in time.
Feel free to contact us for help with repairing your range or other appliances.