Electric Hob Repair
From old-fashioned solid hobs to ceramic models and modern induction hobs, electric hobs come in a range of forms and are a viable alternative to gas.A hob powered by electricity won’t give you the same ease of temperature control you get from a gas hob, unless you go for induction – but a good electric ceramic hob will heat up quickly and wipe clean easily once you’ve finished cooking. Like gas hobs, electric ceramic hobs usually consist of four heat points, or zones, which generally glow red when hot so you know when the surface is safe to touch.Dual zones on some electric hobs allow you to operate an inner zone within the main ring, to save energy when cooking with smaller pans or expand to accommodate larger pans. It’s also worth looking out for models with timers that automatically switch off the heat at a pre-determined time.If you already know the kind of hob you’re looking for, go straight to our hobs reviews for full test results for more than 30 hobs.
Electric hob not working? Faulty knob, element or regulator? We know how annoying it can be when a household appliance breaks down or stops working – which is why we at Appliance Repairs Today pride ourselves on a first-class and efficient repair service.With Barry having over 37 years of experience he brings with him alot of knoweldge and also gives you the good old service, which is hard to finf these days.
We repair all top brands and models – from Admiral to Zanussi – and can find a solution to a wide variety of appliance problems.
Repairing your electric hob is very often more cost-effective than replacing it. So what are you waiting for? Call on of our expert repairers today and we’ll make your broken or faulty appliance as good as new.