Types of BBQ Grill We Repair
Our team of experts is available throughout the week. We repair all kinds of BBQ grills- gas-operated, charcoal operated, electrical and portable. Our technician thrives to make your life easier by providing you with an affordable BBQ Grill repair service.
Our repairmen will provide you with all the necessities including replacement parts for BBQ grill if any are needed. We repair all major brands and provide the same day BBQ repair service.
- Gas. Uses gas as a fuel to heat up, either bottled propane or natural gas. This grill is usually common amongst the professional chefs who want their grill to heat up quickly.
- Charcoal. This affordable grill uses charcoal as its fuel, adding a smoky flavor to the food cooked on it. If you experience any issues with your unit don’t hesitate to reach our local BBQ Grill repair team to get your grill back working again.
- Electric. Runs on electrical energy, also common among professional chefs. If your electric grill stopped working don’t wait, reach out to FIX Appliances for the same day affordable BBQ grill repair service.
- Portable. This type of grill runs on both charcoal and gas. A cost-efficient option and easy to travel with, perfect for getaways and picnics. Also one of the most fragile grills, which requires regular maintenance.
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Common BBQ Grill Issues We Repair
One of the most common problems a gas grill user faces is when their BBQ regulator goes bad. Gas leaks are an indication that the grill needs to be taken care of. We provide affordable BBQ grill repair and on-time service.
Control Valve Error
A fragile part of the grill that controls the flow and the air ratio of it. The control valve also has higher chances to wear off, even when working under normal conditions. In such a situation it is better to replace the part rather than trying to fix it. We provide emergency repair services at your location, so call us if you experience any issues with your BBQ unit.
Daily use causes wear and tear of the grill’s igniter. Cooking causes moisture to release from food, causing grease to build-up. The electrodes then get covered with this grease and can stop shooting sparks that are required to ignite the gas and start the grill. Our experts recommend cleaning and performing regular maintenance check-ups if you experience any of these issues.