Oven Cleaning In Rubery.
Lets set the scene, you’ve been out at work all day and you’ve come home, about to start making your dinner. When you notice that the oven door has baked-on grease, the trays have bits of burned-on food and the hob is splattered with last nights Spag bol. You’re tired but the dirty oven is playing on your mind.
Well never fear OvenMagic is only a call away. Offering Oven Cleaning in Rubery – our professional oven cleaners work in commercial and domestic kitchens, cleaning ovens, Aga’s, Ranges, Hobs, Extractors and Hoods.
OvenMagic outstanding results at affordable prices.
Our team of oven cleaners are polite, punctual and determined to provide absolute value for your money.
OvenMagic cleaning products are designed specifically to help our team create outstanding, professional results without leaving behind any nasty chemical smells. Our products are also non-caustic and eco-friendly.
Absolutely amazing service from Paul today. Fitted us in last minute and I now have a sparkling clean oven. Would definitely use again!
Paul did an amazing job today, prompt, professional and tidy. My range is so clean now I don’t want to use it! (A good excuse to be taken ... view more
I was extremely pleased with my “new” oven . OvenMagic did a wonderful job they were very professional, clean and quick . This is the third ... view more
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Rubery (Worcestershire) is divided into two essential areas, either side of the A38. North of the A38 is primarily residential consisting of a sub-area named Waseley. South of the A38 is the High Street (New Road) where Rubery’s retail activity is concentrated, there are shops as well as an extensive residential area, there is also a number of food outlets including Subway, Greggs, Jack’s and various other takeaways. To the east lies the Great Park area of Rubery (within the Longbridge ward of Birmingham).
Rubery is located in the valley of the Waseley and Lickey Hills, and within the basin of the Callowbrook and thus the River Rea. Politically, it lies in the Beacon Ward of Worcestershire County Council, and under both the Waseley and Beacon areas for Bromsgrove District Council.