Going to heat up your oven to start cooking dinner and you realize your oven is not heating up?! Oh no! Don’t fuss too much; there can be many different reasons as to why your oven is not heating up. There could be problems with the bake element, control board and other parts of your range oven. We are here to pinpoint which parts of your oven could be the cause of this problem.
Induction ranges gets cooking done and leaves the cooking surface cool by using an electromagnetic field to heat up pots/pans without heating up your kitchen. This electromagnetic field excites iron molecules into the pan to make it hot enough to cook food in. An induction range cooks food efficiently and rapidly while only heating up the pot and food inside. There are several advantages to induction ranges rather than gas or electric ranges.
Your range is the centerpiece and workhorse of your kitchen so it’s important you choose one you will love. The big selling ranges are electric radiant smooth top ranges, but there are many options! Alternative options include double-oven ranges which are good for multitaskers, wall oven and cooktop combo and more! We’re here to help you choose the perfect range for your kitchen!
Throughout a ranges life there is a good chance that it will run into some sort of problem. Being able to diagnose what is wrong with your range can help you decide whether or not you need to hire a repairman. Having knowledge of what may be wrong with your range can also help you and the repairman save time because you won’t have to spend time trying to diagnose the issue. So take a minute to lean how to diagnose some of the common problems ranges have.
Every appliance has a certain life length that it supposed to have, but sometimes appliances do not live as long as their “life expectancy”. This is because just like us appliances need to be properly maintained in order to serve a full healthy life. Here are the average “life expectancies” of a few major appliances and some tips to help you make sure they are met!