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If your stove burners doesn't come on or you can smell gas, we are available to provide a solution for your stove problem immediately. Just call our toll free number and we will take care of the rest. We are available anytime for Fort Worth Stove Repair at:

817 628-1260

Fort Worth stove repair technicians are experts in the following areas:

Fort Worth
Westworth Village
White Settlement

Sansom Park
Haltom City
River Oaks
Forest Hill
South Edgewood

Sargent Avenue
Edgecliff Village
Polytechnic Heights
North Fort Worth

View the list of our service areas.

We repair all brands stoves

Magic Chef

Speed Queen

O'Keefe and Merritt

And many more stoves that we repair in Fort Worth, TX brands view the full list

You can set up your same-day Fort Worth stove repair appointment just by calling:

817 628-1260

Or if you prefer, email: When emailing, please provide us with your phone number, name and a brief description of the problem you are experiencing with your stove. When we receive your note, we will contact to present a solution and set up an appointment for your stove problem.

The information we post below is included here to help you learn how to get more knowledgeable with your stove, how you can increase the usage life of your stoves, and how to use them in the most effective way—which will save you $. However, we do not post it with the advice that you to get involved with the stove repairs on your own. Stove repairs require knowledge, experience, educational training and stove repair instruments and tools. Repairs for gas and electric stove systems can become extremely dangerous if you don't have essential familiarity, knowledge and tools. For qualified, professional Fort Worth stove repair call us anytime at:

817 628-1260

Choosing the Right Cookware for your Glass-top Electric Stove

Modern advances in stovetop technology have elevated the electric range. Until recently, most professional stovetops cooked with gas, because it was considered more precise. But the newest glass-surfaced stoves, which feature better heat distribution and temperature control, not to mention sensitive safety controls and a sleek stove design, are rivaling the cooking capacity of gas. But beware: not all pots and pans should be used with every glass stove top. Read on to learn how to choose the right cookware for your stove.

Halogen Light
How it works: Tungsten halogen lamps beneath the glass ceramic surface generates the heat, which is directed upward by a reflector. Special controls prevent heat surges and overheating. When the burner is turned on, the halogen lamps produce almost instantaneous heat. 
What makes it great: The control, speed and responsiveness of this new technology makes cooking on par with natural gas. The surface is made of vitro-ceramic, a combination of glass and ceramic that won’t yellow and is easy to clean.
Best cookware:  To maintain the beauty of the halogen light, use only metal cookware. Glass-ceramic pots and pans can scratch the cooking surface.

How stove works: An electronic system below the stovetop’s ceramic service generates an electromagnetic field when the burner is turned on. When magnetic material, such as a cast iron skillet, comes in contact with the magnetic field, it transfers (or induces) the energy into the material, making it hot. 
What makes it great: Induction only heats up the magnetic cookware and food inside; the whole cooking surface stays cool to the touch. Also, the intensity of the magnetic field can be changed precisely, so low temperatures—such as what you need to melt chocolate—can be maintained without burning. What’s more, induction stovetops use less energy than other types of cooktops.
Best cookware: Only magnetic cookware, such as cast iron, magnetic steel and magnetic stainless steel will work with an induction system. Copper and aluminum must be treated with a magnetic material if you wish to use them.
Some models have a safety signal that sounds when non-metallic utensils or cookware are too close to the burner.

How it works: The burners are made of cast iron disks containing electrical resistance wires and insulation. The heat from the disks is conducted to the cookware.
What makes it great: European kitchens have had solid-disk stovetops for years. Because the disks are made of cast iron, they heat gradually and evenly and keep their heat. While they require more energy than coil burners, savvy cooks will shut off the burner and cooking only using retained heat. The disks are slightly raised and encircled by a spill ring that directs any spills away from the hot disks.
Best cookware: Makers of solid-disk systems recommend using new cookware with flat bottoms that will conduct heat evenly. Solid disk stovetops do not warp pans, so those that start out flat, stay flat.

How it works: The granddaddy of glass-surface cooktops, these stoves have electrical heating elements below the burner that radiate heat to the surface, where it’s transferred to the pot by conduction and radiation.
What makes it great: While not as high-tech as some newer types of stovetops, glass-ceramic retains heat well and some contain controls that turn off and on to maintain even temperature and prevent overheating.
Best cookware: Heavy-weight pans with a flat, smooth bottom work best. Avoid glass, ceramic, and copper which can melt on these surfaces.

You can set up your same-day Fort Worth stove repair appointment just by calling:

817 628-1260

Or if you prefer, email: When emailing, please include your name, phone number and a short explanation of the issue you are having with your stove. As soon as we receive your email, we will contact to present a solution and set up an appointment for your stove repair.