With many years serving San Francisco Bay Area, Absolute Appliance Repair always here for you.

We Repair all brands and makes of ovens.

We Repair all brands and makes of ovens including Admiral, Ariston, Amana, Asko, Bosch, Broan, Caloric Dacor, DCS, Electrolux, Fisher & Paykel, Frigidaire, Gaggenau, Garland, General Electric, Gibson, Hotpoint, Jenn-Air, Kenmore, Kitchen Aid, LG Electronics, Magic Chef, Marvel, Miele, Maytag, O’Keefe & Merritt, Roper, Samsung, Siemens, Speed Queen, Sub Zero, Tappan, Thermador, Viking, U-Line, Wedgewood, WindCrest, Whirlpool, White Westinghouse, Wolf and more ….

Absolute Appliances Repair serves all households in the San Francisco & Surrounding Areas:

South San Francisco, San Francisco, Sausalito, Tiburon, Belvedere, Marin City, Tamalpais, Mill Valley, Strawberry Corte Madera, Larkspur, Kentfield, Ross, San Anselmo, San Rafael, Fairfax, Woodacre, Novato, Brisbane, Daly City, Millbrae, Pacifica, San Bruno.

We employ only the most skillful factory trained and authorized technicians to ensure consistent, high quality service. If you need good old-fashioned in-home appliance repairs in San Francisco & Surrounding Areas, we’re just a click or a phone call away.

Recent Oven Tips & News

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    Baking in a Gas Oven: 5 Things to Know About

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  • What is A Self-Cleaning Oven

    What is A Self-Cleaning Oven

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  • the World’s Most Exclusive Oven

    the World’s Most Exclusive Oven

    Since 1986, in-the-know designers and high-end homeowners have coveted the Gaggenau 300 Series 36-inch wall oven. Its unique design can fit four chickens at once, and a single-piece quadruple-glazed door retains heat inside the oven.

    Its […]

  • More Appliance tips

    More Appliance tips

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    Self-Cleaning Oven Causing More Harm Than It Should

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  • Oven Repair

    Oven Repair

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    We provide San Francisco’s best appliance repair services, quickly and at a fair price. We stay up-to-date with the newest appliance technologies, and our expert service technicians can repair all major brands and models of […]

  • Possible Oven Problems:

    Possible Oven Problems:

    Possible Oven Problems:

    Oven not reaching the correct cooking temperature.
    Oven getting too hot and burning food.
    Oven not turning on at all.
    Oven lighting and/or power issues.
    Broken oven heating element.
    Damaged baking element.

  • How to Buy a Range

    How to Buy a Range

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Types of oven

There are four types of built-in oven; single gas, double gas, single electric and double electric. Electric single and electric double ovens are by far the most popular ovens with consumers and dominate the market but if you like gas, you will be able to find ovens to suit you. Whether you’re looking to buy a gas or electric, single or double built-in oven, before you hit the high-street or search make sure the oven you buy is right for you.

Electric single ovens

If space is tight in your kitchen and you have plenty of other units and appliances to fit in, a single built-in oven will be a good option. Electric ovens are great at maintaining an even temperature so if you’re a baker, this is something to consider. At just 60cm high they don’t take up too much space and you won’t have to pay too much for a good one.

Pros Oven temperature stability, can be installed under a counter or at eye-level, plenty to choose from at a variety of prices.
Cons Having the grill built-in to the main oven capacity limits your cooking options.

Electric double ovens

Larger than and with two ovens, electric double ovens offer the option of cooking in both ovens at the same time. You’ll need more space for a double oven with smaller doubles measuring up to about 72cm in height and larger ones about 90cm. Like singles, electric double ovens are very good at maintaining an even temperature throughout the oven capacity making them great for baking bread or cakes.

Pros More cooking options than single ovens.
Cons They take up more space and larger ovens will need to built-in at eye level, so your kitchen will need to be set up for this.

Gas single ovens

If cooking with gas is your preference but you don’t have too much room in your kitchen, a gas single oven will be a good choice. At about 60cm high you’ll be able to build the oven into a cabinet at eye level or under a kitchen counter. need to be installed by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

Pros Gas is cheaper than electricity so you’ll save money if you cook on gas.
Cons Gas ovens aren’t quite as good at distributing heat around the oven as electric ovens.

Gas double ovens

If you have enough space, are a busy cook and like cooking with gas, a double gas oven will be your best bet. Double gas ovens are either about 72cm tall for models that can be built-under or built-in at eye level or 90cm for ovens which can only be built-in at eye level. All gas ovens need to be installed by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

Pros More cooking options than single ovens.
Cons Because of their size, they won’t be for every kitchen, and they will need to be professionally installed.

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