Gas Oven vs Electric Oven

Which One to Buy: Gas Oven vs Electric Oven   Are you planning to buy a new oven, but not sure whether to go gas or electric? Here is a quick guide for you.   Gas Oven vs Electric Oven Electric Ovens Pros Electric ovens are cheaper and easier to install. There is no installation work needed; you just have to plug it in! The burners and surfaces are easier to clean. Electric ranges that feature a smooth top offer more stability for your cookware. It can also serve as an additional counter for storage when not in use. It is easy to turn the burners on and off. There is no need to use a lighter or igniter. Heat distribution is more even during baking. Electric ovens usually offer more functions compared to gas, such as fans and grillers. Cons It takes longer to adjust heat temperature in the burners when cooking. Adjusting the dials is also less precise. The burners take more time to cool down after turning them off. If you leave a pot on the burner after you turn it off, it will continue to cook Because they run on electricity, they are subject to power outages. While they may be cheaper to buy, they cost about twice as much energy to run compared to gas ovens, and are less efficient. Gas Ovens Pros The dials provide more precise heating for the burners. The power source, natural gas, is less expensive than electricity and is readily available. Operation of gas ovens is cheaper in the long term. Cooking is done faster, as the flames heat...

Electric Oven Repair

If you need electric oven repair services, RJ Gas Appliances Limited has engineers who can help you!   Your Electric Oven While we specialize in gas appliances, RJ Gas Appliances Limited technicians are trained to handle electric gas oven issues as well. From the simple ovens and mortar hearths used in the ancient times, the first electric oven was introduced in the late 1890s. However, it was not commercially available until much later, around the 1920s and 1930s. Here are the basic types of ovens: Traditional, Regular or Conventional Oven. This is a full, standard oven popularly used for many years. Food is cooked from the bottom using electric heating coils. Convection. In addition to electric heating coils, the convection oven also features a fan that circulates the heat inside. This allows you to cook your food more evenly and faster. Speed Cook. A speed cook oven features a halogen light and microwaves where radiant heat is derived. This technology cooks the food from both outside and inside. Speed cook ovens are available in the regular or traditional size, and a smaller microwave-size. Trivection. The trivection technology combines convection, microwave and thermal energy processes. Refrigerated. Refrigerated ovens are conventional ovens that includes a cooling element. You can set the time when the cooking will start. Until then, the oven will keep the meat / food cool. After cooking, the oven will keep the food warm for an hour, before it goes back to refrigeration mode. Steam. This uses a water dripping process. The water flows through the waterline inside the cooking chamber. Steam is discharged and distributed in the...

Electric Oven Not Working

We can Assist if your Electric Oven not Working Although we are primarily a company dealing with gas, we can help if your electric oven not working too! Although it does not pose the same risks as a gas appliance (carbon monoxide poisoning), it can still make life difficult for you. The more modern electrical devices such as the cooker and microwave seem to have more functions than a Swiss army knife, so it is handy to know help is only a phone call away if you have tried all the troubleshooting advice. What to do if your electric oven not working? If your home is subject to a power cut and your electric oven doesn’t seem to work after try the following: If there is an electric clock that has started working again but isn’t set correctly or is flashing, reset it to the correct time (sounds weird but works in many cases) check the circuit breaker and see it is in on position. Ovens are often on their own breaker that may be on the main board or in the kitchen if none of the above, some not-so-new ovens have fuses either in the back or under the top of the range, check these and if blown check the amp and replace with same If all the electrical bits seem to work fine, like lights and clock, it may be the heating element or thermostat. Some elements can be easy to replace and some not. If in doubt feel free to contact us for help. Obviously an electric oven not working is not a gas problem but...
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