Clearly, Chambers stoves are my favorite. But that doesn’t mean I don’t restore other stoves, too. From the the earliest Magic Chefs to Ropers, Detroit Vapors, Glenwoods and Wedgewoods, I’ve worked on more brands than most people have ever heard of! And of course, I always have a wide variety of stoves in stock just waiting to find a new home
So, no matter what vintage brand gas stove you’re looking for, drop me a line. I’m sure I can help.
How Can I Help You?
Whether you’re looking to buy a newly restored stove, have yours restored or want to sell a stove you no longer want, drop me a line and let’s see how I can help.
Vintage stoves can continue to work in kitchens for decades. Here are 8 reasons why you should seriously consider owning and using a vintage stove.
Vintage stoves come in every imaginable shape, size and color. Some even offer convenient workspace no modern stove provides.
Vintage stoves have already lasted for decades. After being restored, they’ll last for decades more
Because they last for decades, you only need to pay for a stove once in your lifetime. Compare that to replacing your stove every few years or expensive repairs and you’ll find you’re better off going vintage.
There is nothing on a vintage stove that can’t be repaired. They were designed to be fixed, not thrown out.
Living Off the Grid
Vintage gas stoves don’t require electricity and can be set up to run on natural gas, propane or butane.
Made in America
If you care about things being made in America, you don’t have many – if any – options in a modern stove. Vintage stoves were all made in small towns across the United States.
Rather than filling up landfills with appliances that aren’t designed to last, you can reuse a vintage stove. And the environmentally costs of manufacturing were paid off decades ago, making these the environmentally friendly choice.
Support Small Business
When you buy a restored vintage stove, you’re supporting small and local businesses. No restorer has a giant operation – we’re all small businesses doing artisan work.
Ready to get your own vintage stove or have yours restored?