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Your Top Choice For Gas & Induction Cooktop Repairs In Perth

PROVIDING QUALITY SERVICES Since 2009

We provide our customers with a complete solution for all their appliance & spare part needs including:
  • One of Australia’s largest kitchen and laundry appliance repairer
  • Local, experienced and qualified Perth technicians to service your repairs
  • A comprehensive stock of spare parts delivered direct to your door for the DIY enthusiast
  • Our special pricing on new appliances delivered direct & (if needed) installed in your home
  • Specialist rental property services for real estate agents
  • Manufacturer warranty repair service

The Experts to Call for Urgent Cooktop Repairs in Perth

A malfunctioning cooktop can quickly throw your kitchen into chaos, affecting your ability to serve up hearty, warm meals to the family. Not having your cooktop in full working condition is an even bigger concern in a commercial kitchen, as it can bring down customer satisfaction and profits. No matter the size or style of your kitchen cooktop, trust National Appliance Repairs to get to the root of the problem with our induction and gas cooktop repairs in Perth, available at a moment’s notice.

Our team responds promptly to all callouts for gas and induction cooktop repairs in Perth, endeavouring to get your home or commercial kitchen back up and running as quickly as possible. If your cooktop doesn’t maintain a consistent temperature, lacks power or is otherwise unreliable, give National Appliance Repairs a call to resolve the issue. If bookings are made early in the day, we are even able to provide same-day service.

Routine cooktop service for Perth homes and businesses

Of course, we always suggest routine cooktop service to our customers instead of leaving repairs to the last minute. With regular induction or gas cooktop service, Perth customers can greatly reduce the chance of costly and inconvenient repairs or replacements in the future.

This is especially true for the world of commercial cookery, in which malfunctioning kitchen appliances can pose a huge headache. Instead, get occasional maintenance for your cooktops to ensure your kitchen remains up and running.

In addition to cooktop service, you might also want to consider our commercial oven, commercial fridge, commercial dishwasher or commercial fryer service to keep your professional kitchen in optimal condition. This helps to extend the lifetime of your kitchen appliances, reducing the need to purchase brand-new fridges and dishwashers every few years. Maintaining your appliances also helps to reduce the chance of breakdowns, which could cause significant downtime for your business.

Finally, we also sell genuine spare parts, allowing you to carry out basic appliance repairs in your commercial kitchen on your own. These parts can be delivered right to your door, meaning you can stock up on all the essentials for those last-minute repairs.

No matter the requirement, ensure you keep firing away with National Appliance Repairs by your side!

Perth’s first choice for appliance repairs

So what makes National Appliance Repairs the leading choice for kitchen appliance repairs in Perth? We’ve been in business for over 10 years, servicing commercial and domestic customers throughout the country. We offer free consultations and quotes, striving to provide you with the best price possible. All work is completed flawlessly, with a full warranty being provided on all parts and labour. For your next cooktop or other kitchen appliance service, there’s no better choice than National Appliance Repairs – give us a call on 08 9470 4450 to make a booking, receive a quote or enquire about our services.

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Cooktop Repairs & Servicing

What's The Process?

We make it easy for you, servicing all makes and models and no job is to big or too small

Free Phone Consult

Call us to get your free phone consultation and we’ll guide you in the right direction.

Expert Technicians

Our friendly, expert technicians come out to your place and we try fix on the spot where possible.

Appliance Repaired

At the end of the day, all we want is for you to be happy with your appliance fully repaired and functioning.

What customers are saying!

Very good courteous service from technician who explained the problem and resolved it. He also highlighted a problem that we may further down the track which is not affecting the machine at the moment but may later on.

5/5

Stuart

Fantastic service, Ashwin was quick, friendly and efficient. I would recommend to everyone who needs oven repairs.

5/5

Dorothy

Marsh came to my home to fix a Miele oven. He was fantastic, very knowledgeable with a can do attitude. Marsh has excellent people skills, very polite and courteous. I am very happy to have come across this company and will be using them from now on.

5/5

Sylvie

The technician was most helpful and polite. The job was completed efficiently. I appreciated the phone contact with the business. I had the impression that I was valued as a customer. Well done!

5/5

David Spurgeon

Shakil was very helpful with his advice and offered a range of options and prices. He was able to arrange a quick delivery date and a product whihc fitted my expectations

5/5

Kate

Marsh came out and repaired our Bosch oven, he had the part in the van, he was very prompt and professional and would highly recommend. Very happy and would recommend to all the friends and family.

5/5

Gezime

Melbourne

Areas We Service

All of metropolitan Perth

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Providing quality services since 2009.

Contact us today!

Whether you’re experiencing problems with an appliance at home or in your commercial space, we can help you! Get a free quote from us today to see how quick, easy and affordable appliance services can be when you choose National Appliance Repairs.

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Frequently asked questions.

The cost of repairing an induction cooktop can fluctuate significantly, contingent upon the specific issue at hand. On average, most stove repair costs range from around $300 to $500. However, if the problem pertains to the glass surface of the cooktop, you might anticipate an expense of between $300–800 for its replacement.

For older induction cooktop models, the cost may increase, typically falling within the range of $500 to $800, which often includes a warranty of 3 to 12 months. It’s advisable to consult with an appliance professional and request an upfront quotation for the labour and service charges.

Here’s how our pricing model works:

  • Initial Diagnosis Fee: One of our certified technicians will first assess the issue and provide a detailed diagnostic report. This fee is a fixed rate and will be disclosed upfront.
  • Parts and Labour: The cost of any additional parts required will be provided as a separate quote. We source high-quality parts that are manufacturer-approved, ensuring durability and performance.
  • Labour Costs: Our skilled technicians perform repairs efficiently to minimise labour costs, which are calculated on an hourly basis.

No Hidden Fees: Rest assured, you will be informed of all costs before any work commences. There are no hidden charges or unwarranted fees.

An induction cooktop generally boasts a longer lifespan when compared to traditional gas or electric cooktops, owing to its advanced technology and sturdy build. Most induction cooktops are expected to endure for approximately 10 to 15 years when subjected to proper care and maintenance. However, the actual lifespan can vary depending on factors such as usage patterns, brand, and model.

Yes, the replacement of an induction hob typically involves handling electrical wiring, necessitating the expertise and qualifications of a certified electrician. Ensuring that all electrical work is carried out by a licensed professional is vital to guarantee safety and adherence to Australian standards.

Induction cookers, despite their many advantages, also come with a set of limitations. One of the notable drawbacks is their compatibility with cookware. Induction cooktops work by generating electromagnetic fields that heat up the cookware directly, so they require pots and pans made from magnetic materials like cast iron or stainless steel to function efficiently. While this may not be a significant issue for most households, those with non-magnetic cookware might need to invest in new kitchenware, adding to the overall cost.

Speaking of cost, the initial price tag of an induction cooker can be higher compared to traditional gas or electric stovetops—but this upfront expense can often be offset by the cooker’s energy efficiency and faster cooking times, which can result in long-term savings on electricity bills.

Induction cookers also rely on a stable power source. In situations where electricity supply is unreliable or during power outages, they may not be the most practical choice. This limitation could be a concern, especially in regions prone to frequent power disruptions.

Despite these drawbacks, many households find that the benefits of induction cooking, such as precision heating and faster cooking times, outweigh these disadvantages.

To safeguard your induction cooktop from scratches caused by cast iron cookware, we recommend a gentle approach when moving the pans. Instead of sliding them across the glass surface, which can result in abrasions, consider lifting the cast iron pan when repositioning it on the cooktop. This simple adjustment in handling can go a long way in preserving the aesthetic and functionality of your induction cooktop.

Additionally, you can take extra precautions by placing a protective mat or a sheet of cooking parchment between the cast iron pan and the cooktop surface. This acts as a buffer, preventing direct contact between the heavy pan and the glass, reducing the risk of scratches.

Induction cooktops can be susceptible to damage from various factors. Overheating, using incompatible cookware, or accidentally dropping heavy items onto the glass surface can all lead to harm.

Spills, particularly those containing sugary substances, should be promptly cleaned to prevent surface damage. Regular cleaning and careful handling are essential practices to maintain the longevity of your induction cooktop.

Using incompatible cookware on an induction cooktop can lead to various issues, and while it might not necessarily cause immediate catastrophic damage, it can result in problems that affect the cookware and the cooktop. Induction cookers work by creating electromagnetic fields underneath the glass surface.

These fields induce a magnetic current in compatible cookware, such as pots and pans made from materials like cast iron or stainless steel. This magnetic interaction generates heat directly in the cookware, allowing for precise and efficient cooking.

Incompatible cookware, which typically lacks magnetic properties, won’t respond to the electromagnetic fields in the same way. As a result, it will not heat up efficiently or at all. Prolonged use of non-compatible cookware on an induction cooktop can potentially damage the cookware itself.

The lack of magnetic response can cause the cookware’s base to overheat while the rest of the pot or pan remains relatively cool. This uneven heating can lead to warping and deformation of the cookware, which not only affects its performance but also compromises its appearance and longevity.

While the cookware may bear the brunt of the impact, the induction cooktop itself is not entirely immune to the consequences of using incompatible pots and pans. The excessive heat generated by non-responsive cookware can also transfer to the glass surface of the cooktop.

Although induction cooktops are designed to withstand high temperatures, prolonged exposure to concentrated heat can cause the glass to crack or shatter in extreme cases. This damage can be costly to repair or replace, making it essential to use compatible cookware to prevent any potential harm to your cooktop.



Providing quality services since 2009.

Contact us today!

Whether you’re experiencing problems with an appliance at home or in your commercial space, we can help you! Get a free quote from us today to see how quick, easy and affordable appliance services can be when you choose National Appliance Repairs.

Fast Call Back Service

Simply fill in your details below!

Frequently asked questions.

The cost of repairing an induction cooktop can fluctuate significantly, contingent upon the specific issue at hand. On average, most stove repair costs range from around $300 to $500. However, if the problem pertains to the glass surface of the cooktop, you might anticipate an expense of between $300–800 for its replacement.

For older induction cooktop models, the cost may increase, typically falling within the range of $500 to $800, which often includes a warranty of 3 to 12 months. It’s advisable to consult with an appliance professional and request an upfront quotation for the labour and service charges.

Here’s how our pricing model works:

  • Initial Diagnosis Fee: One of our certified technicians will first assess the issue and provide a detailed diagnostic report. This fee is a fixed rate and will be disclosed upfront.
  • Parts and Labour: The cost of any additional parts required will be provided as a separate quote. We source high-quality parts that are manufacturer-approved, ensuring durability and performance.
  • Labour Costs: Our skilled technicians perform repairs efficiently to minimise labour costs, which are calculated on an hourly basis.

No Hidden Fees: Rest assured, you will be informed of all costs before any work commences. There are no hidden charges or unwarranted fees.

An induction cooktop generally boasts a longer lifespan when compared to traditional gas or electric cooktops, owing to its advanced technology and sturdy build. Most induction cooktops are expected to endure for approximately 10 to 15 years when subjected to proper care and maintenance. However, the actual lifespan can vary depending on factors such as usage patterns, brand, and model.

Yes, the replacement of an induction hob typically involves handling electrical wiring, necessitating the expertise and qualifications of a certified electrician. Ensuring that all electrical work is carried out by a licensed professional is vital to guarantee safety and adherence to Australian standards.

Induction cookers, despite their many advantages, also come with a set of limitations. One of the notable drawbacks is their compatibility with cookware. Induction cooktops work by generating electromagnetic fields that heat up the cookware directly, so they require pots and pans made from magnetic materials like cast iron or stainless steel to function efficiently. While this may not be a significant issue for most households, those with non-magnetic cookware might need to invest in new kitchenware, adding to the overall cost.

Speaking of cost, the initial price tag of an induction cooker can be higher compared to traditional gas or electric stovetops—but this upfront expense can often be offset by the cooker’s energy efficiency and faster cooking times, which can result in long-term savings on electricity bills.

Induction cookers also rely on a stable power source. In situations where electricity supply is unreliable or during power outages, they may not be the most practical choice. This limitation could be a concern, especially in regions prone to frequent power disruptions.

Despite these drawbacks, many households find that the benefits of induction cooking, such as precision heating and faster cooking times, outweigh these disadvantages.

To safeguard your induction cooktop from scratches caused by cast iron cookware, we recommend a gentle approach when moving the pans. Instead of sliding them across the glass surface, which can result in abrasions, consider lifting the cast iron pan when repositioning it on the cooktop. This simple adjustment in handling can go a long way in preserving the aesthetic and functionality of your induction cooktop.

Additionally, you can take extra precautions by placing a protective mat or a sheet of cooking parchment between the cast iron pan and the cooktop surface. This acts as a buffer, preventing direct contact between the heavy pan and the glass, reducing the risk of scratches.

Induction cooktops can be susceptible to damage from various factors. Overheating, using incompatible cookware, or accidentally dropping heavy items onto the glass surface can all lead to harm.

Spills, particularly those containing sugary substances, should be promptly cleaned to prevent surface damage. Regular cleaning and careful handling are essential practices to maintain the longevity of your induction cooktop.

Using incompatible cookware on an induction cooktop can lead to various issues, and while it might not necessarily cause immediate catastrophic damage, it can result in problems that affect the cookware and the cooktop. Induction cookers work by creating electromagnetic fields underneath the glass surface.

These fields induce a magnetic current in compatible cookware, such as pots and pans made from materials like cast iron or stainless steel. This magnetic interaction generates heat directly in the cookware, allowing for precise and efficient cooking.

Incompatible cookware, which typically lacks magnetic properties, won’t respond to the electromagnetic fields in the same way. As a result, it will not heat up efficiently or at all. Prolonged use of non-compatible cookware on an induction cooktop can potentially damage the cookware itself.

The lack of magnetic response can cause the cookware’s base to overheat while the rest of the pot or pan remains relatively cool. This uneven heating can lead to warping and deformation of the cookware, which not only affects its performance but also compromises its appearance and longevity.

While the cookware may bear the brunt of the impact, the induction cooktop itself is not entirely immune to the consequences of using incompatible pots and pans. The excessive heat generated by non-responsive cookware can also transfer to the glass surface of the cooktop.

Although induction cooktops are designed to withstand high temperatures, prolonged exposure to concentrated heat can cause the glass to crack or shatter in extreme cases. This damage can be costly to repair or replace, making it essential to use compatible cookware to prevent any potential harm to your cooktop.



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