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So, you’re thinking of having your oven cleaned by a professional? You’re not alone!

Oven cleaning is one of the most hated household jobs with many people becoming frustrated with just how little of an impact their own attempts to clean their oven can have. This is where Chalfont Oven Cleaning comes in.

Chalfont Oven Cleaning offers a truly unbeatable oven cleaning service for a range of gas and electric ovens. We are also able to offer Aga oven, hob, microwave, extractor fan and BBQ cleaning meaning that there is no job too tough for our professionally trained oven cleaning technicians to handle.

Our unique oven cleaning services are carried out with little fuss and at a time that suits you. Our non-invasive cleaning methods mean that we do not disturb the atmosphere within your home as the majority of our work can be done outside your home using our specially fitted service vans with all the equipment needed to clean the core components of any oven.

The racks and liners are carefully taken apart and cleaned in a specialist dip tank located in our vans which fully immerses them in our powerful cleaning agents that are Eco-Friendly, non-caustic, fume free and pose no risk to the longevity of your oven. Our cleaning agents strip away any burnt on grease, food deposits and oil with ease leaving your oven looking like it has just come off of the showroom floor!

Anything that can’t be removed and cleaned in our vans such as some doors, glass panels and obviously the oven side walls are tackled by hand using a non-abrasive degreaser. A thorough clean of the oven can drastically improve the efficiency of your oven, allowing items to cook more evenly and improving the taste of your food.

Finally, your oven is reassembled and checked before any stainless steel or ceramic surfaces are polished and left looking like new for a truly stunning and unbeatable finish.

Why should I have my oven cleaned professionally?

Most shop bought cleaners, even the biggest household brand names, often create unwanted fumes and contain harmful corrosive chemicals which, when used incorrectly, can damage metallic surfaces leaving your chrome racking and enamel surfaces cracked, rusted and dull.

The end result is an expensive time ahead of you having to order replacement parts and the frustration of a less than desirable finish when you have spent hours slaving away attempting to tackle the task yourself.

Not only do we take all of the hard work out of this hated household job, but our methods are proven to extend the life of your oven and improve the taste of your food.

Are your cleaning methods safe?

Absolutely! Our unique range of oven cleaning products are non-toxic, non-caustic, biodegradable and entirely fume free. Our products have been chosen specifically to work alongside our professional oven cleaning tools located in our vans. This is the best way to get your oven looking like new without having to purchase a brand new oven.

How long does an oven clean take?

Depending on the type, size and condition of the oven as well as any additional services you may require such as hob or microwave cleaning, the process can take anything from 1 to 2 and a half hours. If you are in a time sensitive situation and require a more accurate figure then any of our oven cleaning technicians will be able to let you know how long the job will likely take when they can physically see the oven and appliances in person. We are different and do not charge by the hour and our technicians abide by strict quality of service standards set in place by the Chalfont Oven Cleaning brand and take pride in the work that we carry out.


How soon after the clean can I use my oven?

Straight away! Our unique range of eco-friendly, non-toxic and fume free products means that there is no ‘cool off’ period in which you have to wait to use your oven unlike some oven cleaning services out there today. Once we have packed up and thanked you for your business you are free to cook, bake and grill away to your hearts content.

How often should I get my oven cleaned?

Many people neglect their ovens, in fact 1 in 4 ovens in the UK are in less than satisfactory working order due to built up grease, carbon deposits and grime. This means that your food cooks unevenly and your temperature gauges may be displaying improper readings resulting in under cooked food and possible health risks. An oven should be thoroughly cleaned roughly every 6 months, with a bare minimum of once a year!

We welcome advanced bookings and can often recommend a time for us to re-visit your house to clean your oven again at the appropriate time, we can even give you useful hints and tips of how to maintain your oven in between our visits, saving you money in the future.


My oven has self cleaning panels what does this mean?

Self cleaning ovens are a bit of a misconception as the panels are designed so that any fat and food residue can be burnt off through regular use leaving the panels cleaner than non-self cleaning oven panels which in theory does work to some degree however, very few domestic ovens are capable of reaching a temperature high enough that allows this process to work completely which still means that the oven will need cleaning like any other at some stage.

Our cleaning process is designed to work on all ovens and will completely remove any built up deposits leaving you with a truly clean oven that will serve its purpose for years to come.



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