Stove Services |   What first comes to mind when you think of home sweet home. Your mother’s kitchen, of course, and something delicious cooking on the stove.  Most families take this particular appliance most for granted. It also happens to be the one that gets the most use — and abuse — and the one that is most vital to our daily lives.  When your stove shorts out (if it is electrical) or gas supply to the burners is erratic, or any of the hundreds of malfunctions that can occur happen, AES is your first line of cuillinary defense.


A quick reminder:  If you smell gas, first call the gas company and shut it off.  Your safety is No. 1. Air out your home or apartment, then call AES to schedule a same-day appointment for repair.


AES technicians are factory-trained with several years experience whose training is continually updated.  Our in-house technicians are perfectly adept at quality repair of high to low end stoves with expertise with Viking, GE, Whirpool, Kenmore to old-school collectible stoves, smooth-tops to modern Euro-style burners and other types and brands.  Clearly, fixing a stove is playing with fire, a job best left to experts not weekend repair warriors.


Keep an eye out for any of these symptoms and give AES a call at the first sign of malfuction in order to extend the life of your stove.


–  Heating element is not working

–  Electrical system is malfunctioning

–  Your stove clicks or makes other noises when not in use

–  It doesn’t heat properly

–  Your gas does not self-ignite

–  Heating is not consistent

–  A heating unit doesn’t shut off


As in health, prevention is the best medicine.  A quick call to AES will ensure that your stove is in perfect working order until you are ready for an update, in which case we stand ready to remove your old kitchen hardware and replace it with the dream appliances of your choice.  As serious as an stove problem may seem to a home  or businessowner, often, there is a fast and easy fix that become immediately visible to our factory-trained technicians.  The longer you wait, the more complex and costly a stove repair problem may become.   As with every major repair, the AES technician will also  trouble shoot wiring, internal tubing, pilot lights, ingnition systems and the general machinery of your stove  to preventatively maintain this appliance.  Remember to check your stove periodically and to protect your other appliance investments with regularly scheduled maintenance appoints as you  would your vehicle or any other utilitarian device.  Often, an early repair can save thousands of dollars in appliance replacement.  At AES we know that in the current economic climate, most families will opt to repair appliances over replace them.  Often, a stove becomes a personal thing.  After years of cooking on the same burners, a bit of nostalgia is built into the hardware and, as any cook will tell you, even two stoves made by the same manufacturer may not have the same set of quirks and cooking ideosyncracies.  In the case of a stove, familiarty breeds warmth, facility of consistent use that quate to better meals.  Keeping your loved an familiar stove is not only the more prudently fiscal alternative, but it is totally in keeping with environmental responsibility by reducing each household’s carbon footprint.


Everyone’s finances are tight and luckily just about everyone is aware of the importance of ecological consciousness which makes stove repair more feasible in most instances than replacement.  A quick look at this workhorse appliance will reveal an assortment of many devices. First, there’s the oven, the stove elements and other features.  Likely, everything will not stop working at once which is why it is a good idea to troubleshoot the unit as a whole when implementing spot-specific repairs.  In doing so you will expand the unit’s life cycle, get your money’s worth by keeping it longer and make the appropriate environmental choice. Thousands of stoves occupying space at Los Angeles landfills could have been saved by a simple phone call to an AES technician.