Stove & Oven Repair

stove repair rockville

(301) 517-9475

It isn’t possible to cook in your kitchen with a broken stove or oven. You need to call for oven repair right away or else there will not be time to cook a nutritious dinner. We do not want everyone in your house to be hungry! That is the reason we are delighted to offer same-day oven and stove repair in Rockville, MD.

Rockville Appliance Repair helps to troubleshoot and fix stove, oven and range problems on all name brands and models. Our team has the experience, tools and training to complete the service within their initial visit. Plus, we load up service vans with replacement parts for popular appliance brands and offer all customers a 1-year warranty on parts and labor. It is our plan to repair your oven in plenty of time for dinner!



When an electric stove will not ignite, first check if the appliance is plugged in and all circuit breakers are on. You should check the pilot light on gas models. If the stove is plugged in and the pilot light is on in the oven, that means a different part of the stove will need to be repaired. The cause of the issue could be the surface element, infinite switch, oven igniter or broil and bake element.


A stove or burner or oven that doesn’t produce heat does not do much good. An oven won’t heat if there’s a broken bake element or oven sensor. Your burner will not turn on when an element breaks or if the burner switch or terminal block don’t work. We know how to repair these problems in less than 1-2 hours after we arrive.


You can assume the control panel on an oven is broken if the timer or program settings aren’t working. If that is the case, we can fix control panels on GE, LG, Sears, KitchenAid, Kenmore and many other brands of ranges, stoves and ovens. We offer a warranty on control panels and the manufacturer replacement parts we use for this stove repair service.


You want a hot oven. Just not too hot! When the heat is too hot, it might be because of a problem with the sensor or thermostat. Our technicians are able to diagnose the location of the issue and repair it. But be careful if troubleshooting this issue for fear of burns from the high and unpredictable heat.


A common stove problem is when an igniter glows but it doesn’t light. The cause is from either a broken surface igniter, safety valve, electronic control or temperature sensor. We determine if we are able to repair these parts or if we will need to replace the part.


Newer self-cleaning ovens can have door problems. The door doesn’t open after the oven cleans itself. We inspect the door closure, thermostat and seal to troubleshoot why the door won’t open up and then complete the repair so we can put an end to the issue.