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GAS GRILL REPAIR SERVICES
Whether you have a backyard gas grill, built-in grill or even an outdoor grill island, meals are always more enjoyable when using a BBQ grill of any type.
However, if your grill won’t get hot or stops working, Sears Home Services dedicated repair technicians are ready to diagnose and repair your gas grill problems. Sears Home Services provides expert in-home repair services for gas grills. We repair top brands including Kenmore grills, KitchenAid grills and other top grill brands. Experts in gas grill repair, we repair most major parts of grills including:
- Gas grill heat tents
- Grill knobs
- Grill burners
- Gas grill ignitors
- Grill valves
- Heat shields
- Cooking grates
Sears Home Services repairs a broad range of gas grill types and sizes, including:
- Built-in grills
- Stand-alone grills
- Propane grills
- Natural gas grills
Chances are, your grill still has a lot of life left in it. Most grills will last a good 10 years or more. Whatever brand or type of grill, our team has the experience to resolve the issue.
Gas Grill Brands we Repair
No matter where you bought it, we can fix it. We repair most major brands, makes, and models.
Common Gas Grill Problems
Some of the most commonly repaired gas grill problems include:
If your grill doesn’t have a robust flame, it won’t get hot. Any one of a number of things can cause a low flame. For example, there may be a problem with the control valves, the venturi tubes or the regulator. Whatever the problem is, your Sears technician will have it up and running in no time.
This problem is bothersome, especially when you know you have plenty of propane in the tank. The igniter issue may be as simple as burner tubes needing to be cleaned or needing a new igniter kit. A professional service technician will be able to diagnose the problem and repair it for you.
Your grill’s flame should be blue with yellow around the tips. If the entire flame is yellow or orange, this indicates a problem. It may be related to the venturi tubes or venturi shutters. The gas comes through the tubes and mixes with oxygen before heading out to the burner ports where you see the visible flame. A Sears service technician will check this and determine the cause.
If your grill is heating only on one side, you may be able to get by with this issue for a while, but you’ll want to have this repaired so you can enjoy more efficient grilling. Often, the reason you have uneven grill heat is a clogged or blocked burner. The Sears team of technicians are skilled at determining just what is blocking the burner and clearing it out for you.
If you have a problem with your gas grill, it may just need a quick fix from a pro. The Sears Home Service technicians are standing by, ready to assist you with your grill issues today.
Did you know Sears Home Services fixes most major appliances, including refrigerators, televisions, and HVAC systems? See everything we repair.
FIVE STAR SERVICE
The service men at Sears Home Services are great! The challenge is on Sears end with getting the appointment set-up, actually having a technician show-up because often the appointment is not on their schedule or they are booked with a "never could accomplish" schedule, the 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. window they give you and waiting around all day, just to name a few. Not sure if I will continue to use Sears because the frustration is almost unbearable. However, the only thing redeeming is the quality technicians that they do have on their team. They are fabulous! Every one of them!
Colorado G, COLORADO SPGS, CO
April 08, 2022
The first repairman came out and diagnosed the problem and ordered the part. He was great - explained everything in detail and assured me it would be taken care of as soon as the part came in. After the part arrived, I was going to call back the repair service, but they called me to schedule the final service. Two service men came out, repaired my grill, were very professional and now I've got my grill back in top working condition. Everything was tip top.
SUSAN C, PASADENA, CA
March 13, 2022
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