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Keep Your Cooker Running This Christmas

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Christmas is a time in which we rely heavily on our cooker or oven as we attempt to cook Christmas dinner. The ways we have or haven’t cared for our oven over the years will have a significant impact on how well it works over the festive period.


2 Ways to Keep Your Oven in Tip-top Condition this Christmas



  • Clean it!


Every time you use your oven or hob, dirt builds up. Dirt can be due to food spills, grease spitting out or pans overflowing. While this may seem minimal at first, it builds up over time and can hinder your appliance’s performance. This is one thing you don’t want during the festive period when you need to use it the most!

To keep your appliance working at its full potential, you want to make sure it is cleaned before Christmas. And also, there really is no excuse for having a dirty cooker.



  • Repair it!


As with all appliances, cookers and ovens are susceptible to faults. One of the most common issues is overheating. When your oven overheats, it is likely that there is a problem with the thermostat and this can be easily fixed and replaced by you.

For any cooker faults that you’re unsure about, please give us a call and we will help. We want to ensure that your cooker or oven is working properly over the Christmas holidays. 

If you take the time now to clean and/ or repair your cooker then you can ensure that the festive period is a stress-free time (at least cooking wise!).


Contact Cooker Solutions

Don’t let your cooker be a let down on Christmas, especially not this year, it’s the last way you want to end 2020! If your oven has been showing signs of a fault, make an appointment with us today. We have appointments available from 9am to 9pm Monday to Sunday. Call 0203 478 0883, or send us your enquiry through to our online contact form.

What Do All the Different Symbols on Your Oven Mean?

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To be able to make the most out of your oven, it helps to know what all the different symbols on your oven mean – this allows you to get the best cooking and baking results. Most ovens tend to use similar symbols, so when you’ve taken the time to understand these, you’ll have no problem navigating your way through any oven you come across. Continue reading

Tips for Using Your Oven During Lockdown

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As we enter the seventh week of lockdown here in the UK, many of us have turned to baking and cooking, making use of our cookers and ovens more than any other time.

With frequent and regular oven use during the Coronavirus lockdown comes a whole host of benefits (the smell of fresh bread throughout the house), and possibly some inconvenient oven problems. How can you combat the issues? We have prepared some top tips to keep your oven working the best it can. Continue reading

How Does an Aga Work?

An image of a pile of potates in a kitchen, next to a cooking pot.

Way back in 1922, the first heat storage cooker was created. By 1929, manufacturing was underway to bring this design to the masses.

Agas are loved up and down the country and last for many years, passing through the generations. So how do Agas actually work? Let’s take a look. Continue reading