Conventional Oven Cleaning Service

Conventional Oven Cleaning Service

The Number One Conventional Oven Cleaning Service

A domestic oven takes a lot of flack through everyday use. Constant high temperatures, bubbling grease and dripping fat can leave your cooker caked in dirt and grime.

A clear oven window through which to monitor your food can quickly become murky and impossible to see through. The shine that once gleamed from your hob can fade faster than the time it takes your food to cook, and oven racks become coated in carbon very quickly after use.

We are specialist conventional oven cleaning service, offering deep cleaning solutions. You’ll want to see how Ovenu can restore your conventional oven to ‘like new’ condition.

Of course, it wouldn’t matter so much if all this wasn’t incredibly difficult to remove. You could waste hours scrubbing away at those stains but no matter how hard you try, your oven may never seem to look as good as it used to.

That’s where Ovenu can help. Contact Ovenu today.

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Specialised Conventional Oven Cleaning Services

All our skilled technicians are fully trained to valet all makes and models of kitchen appliances, including hobs, extractor hoods and microwave ovens.

When you contact Ovenu for your free oven cleaning quotation, our knowledgeable and friendly experts will ask you a series of questions.

This will help them gather the necessary details and determine the type of appliance you need cleaning so that they can provide you with a firm quote. This way, no matter what kind of oven you have, our technicians will be ready to perform at their very best.

  • UK’s No. 1 Oven Cleaning Service
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  • We only use eco-friendly cleaning products

Types of Conventional Ovens We Clean

Freestanding Ovens

Freestanding OvensCooking appliances can come in all shapes and sizes. Traditional cookers and ovens that sit directly on the kitchen floor are classed as ‘Freestanding’. Although these appliances are often fitted neatly between two kitchen units, they’re not actually built into the units themselves and could, if needs be, be pulled forwards to be given a more complete clean. All ‘Freestanding’ ovens and cookers have the hob as an integral feature.


Built-in Ovens

Built in Oven CleaningConventional ovens that are integrated into cupboards are described as ‘built-in’. With either one door or two, these ‘built-in’ appliances can be at eye level but are also known to be situated under the counter. Whether your conventional oven is ‘built-in’ or not, all our technicians are highly trained to ISO standards and will work with a smile whilst they produce immaculate results.

Our Conventional Cooker Cleaning Process

When you book an appointment through our online contact form, you will speak with one of our local cleaning technicians, who will arrange a suitable time and date for the job. They will show up at the scheduled time to inspect your conventional cooker and prepare it for the cleaning process.

Dismantling and soaking
Before the deep clean can begin, your fully-trained technician will dismantle any removable parts from the cooker, including the oven glass, and racks, so they can be placed into our unique stainless-steel dipping tank for soaking in our proprietary cleaning products.

Deep cleaning your conventional cooker
While those components are busy soaking, your cleaning technician will be busy cleaning your conventional cooker. They will clean it thoroughly, inside and out, removing grease, grime, and carbon buildup from the appliance. They will use only the best and most effective cleaning products to ensure a swift and efficient job.

Reassembling and restoring
Once the conventional cooker is fully cleaned, your technician will take the removable components out of the cleaning solution and reassemble your cooker. They will then give the cooker a final polish to ensure it looks as good as new.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you need to know about our conventional oven cleaning services below:

How long does a professional conventional cooker cleaning take?

It’s difficult to give a standard answer to this question. Much depends on the size and make of the cooker, as well as how dirty it is. The more grease and grime that needs to be cleaned off, the longer the process will take.

Generally speaking, a full, deep clean of your conventional cooker should take somewhere between 2 and 4 hours. When your technician first inspects the cooker (either via photographs or in person), they will be able to offer a more accurate estimate.

How much does professional conventional cooker cleaning cost?

Since the cleaning cost for a conventional cooker depends on how long the process will take, this is another question we can only answer after an initial inspection. We don’t believe in one-size-fits-all cleaning solutions, so every quote is tailored to the unique needs of our customers.

Oven pricing takes into account the configuration i.e. how many doors the oven has and if it is a grill, oven or combination of both inside the door! We pride ourselves on providing our customers with bespoke pricing meaning you will only ever pay a fair price for our services. To determine what we will charge, we consider elements such as the size of your oven and how many other items you’d like us to clean. For a quick, 100% accurate quote, be sure to upload a couple of images when you enquire using the form on this page.

Once your cleaning technician has seen the cooker in question, they will be able to give you an accurate, no-obligation quote, preventing any unwelcome surprises when the time comes to start cleaning.

Why should you pay for professional conventional cooker cleaning?

Your conventional cooker is where you do almost all of your food preparation. Whether cooking for yourself, friends, or family, food is going in and out of your cooker, likely on a daily basis. As food cooks, particles of grease and food are carried up on the steam and attach themselves to the interior. Over time, this can produce a patina of grease, dirt, and grime that is not just a health risk but a fire risk too.

If your oven smells funny when not in use, that could be a sign of this layer of grease and food beginning to coagulate and rot, potentially producing harmful bacteria in the oven where you cook your food. If you smell burning when you turn your oven on, this could be due to the heating elements of your cooker being caked in fat and grime, essentially turning them into a massive candle and posing a major fire hazard.

Cleaning a conventional cooker yourself is hard work, and you can’t be sure you’ll get it right. You need the right cleaning products that will not harm or damage your cooker, as well as the right tools for scrubbing and wiping down the interior and exterior of the appliance. You also need the experience to get into all those hard-to-reach places.

These are all things provided by your local Ovenu cleaning technician. Providing an effective conventional cooker cleaning service that really works, we handle all the hard work, saving you the time and effort of doing so.

How often should you get your conventional cooker professionally cleaned?

Like any form of cooking appliance, the more you use your conventional cooker, the more frequently it will need to be cleaned. If you’re using it a handful of times a week, then an annual deep clean should suffice. If you’re cooking every day or multiple times a day, you might want to have it professionally cleaned every six months.

How can you maintain your conventional cooker after a professional clean?

Once your conventional cooker has been cleaned, you’re going to want to keep it that way. With the amount of cooking it goes through in the course of an average year, there’s no way to completely prevent the buildup of dirt, grease, and carbon deposits. However, there are some handy tips that will help you lengthen the time between cleans. These are just a few of them:

Clean up spillages immediately. Cooking can be a messy business, and even the most careful cook can't help but spill food from time to time. This kind of stuff soon gets baked onto the oven with continued use, so be sure to clean up any spills both inside the oven and on the cooker’s hob range as soon as it is safe enough to do so.

Wipe down the exterior of your conventional cooker after each use. A warm, wet cloth is often enough to keep the outside of your oven clean, so long as you do it regularly. This helps prevent layers of grease from building up as you remove steaming hot dishes from the oven.

Give the outside of the oven a regular polish to keep it gleaming. Not only is this a good hygienic practice, but it also makes it easier to spot any dirt or grime that ends up on the exterior before it has a chance to build up.

Clean the glass on your conventional cooker's door. A quick spray with a non-toxic glass cleaner and a wipe-down with a microfibre cloth should be enough to keep your oven glass clean, shiny, and transparent. Oven glass is quick to stain if left untouched, giving you a more difficult and time-consuming job, the next time it needs a deep clean.

How do you book a professional conventional cooker cleaning?

Booking a conventional cooker clean could not be easier. Simply fill in the enquiry form you will find elsewhere on this page, and a local, qualified cleaning technician will be in touch with you.

They will walk you through your conventional cooker cleaning options, discuss your particular requirements, and provide you with a free, no-obligation quote for our services.

Assuming you’re happy with the price quoted, they will then arrange a suitable time and date for the job, guaranteeing a prompt and punctual arrival.

What cleaning products do you use to clean conventional cookers?

We have our own line of proprietary cleaning products that we use when deep cleaning conventional cookers. These have been developed and tested over many years and are among the best in the business. All our products are guaranteed to be free of caustic soda and have been approved by the Vitreous Enamel Association.

These products include Ovenu Tank Mix Powder Oven Cleaner, Ovenu Liquid Degreaser, Ovenu Carbon Remover Oven Cleaner, and Ovenu Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish.