Electric Chambers Out of the Wall Oven
You don't need to fit this range into a wall cavity if you don't want to.
This is before a full restoration.
The same range in a satin copper finish, after a full restoration in our shop.
I had the bake and broil elements manufactured. The thermostat was rebuilt. The timer was replaced. The clock couldn't be saved, but I am still on the look out for a replacement. The knobs were polished by us instead of re-plated. All the wiring was replaced too.
Everything works beautifully.
Inside of wall oven before full restoration
Inside of oven after full restoration
roper before full restoration
This stove looks beautiful in this kitchen. I love what my clients did with their kitchen. See a photo of their kitchen on my website http://www.stovelady.com
This stove received a full restoration with the exception of one or two items.
brushed copper chambers after restoration
I even had a custom stencil made to put the lettering back on the unit.
Red Chambers 61C before restoration
Each part is marked so we can properly track the client's parts after the stove is disassembled.
Some people have a sentimental value attached to their ranges. We want to be sure they get their original parts back.
Same stove after we were done with a full restoration.
We don't have kitchen photos because their kitchen isn't done yet.
Chambers Model B - low back style
It is bruised and badly damaged. The grates and drip pans had to be completely replaced.
It was bruised but not broken. See what we did...
Our client bought us a paint color swatch and we had the custom color made in a porcelain enamel.
No kitchen photo yet because the kitchen is not ready just yet.
This Out of the Wall Oven was brought to us by the same customer who loves orange.
We wanted to carry her orange theme all the way to the max.
See the restored oven.
Chambers Stainless Wall Oven After Customer Restoration
We plated the outer shell, installed a safety system, & used our loving touch, and attention, to detail to customize her Chambers logo and knobs using a similar orange color.
She loved it!
This stove was sought after by somebody who wanted an authentic Garland from this particular year.
The previous owner spray painted everything in black including the cooking griddle.
The insides and bottoms were badly rusted.
We stripped this down to a shell and had everything re-finished in a matte black, per the client's request. We restored everything to its original look and we didn't restore the knobs per their request. The griddle was custom restored to look its age but be usable. We love jobs like this. This range left the country.
A local family re-did their kitchen and loved their stove top.
They didn't find us before their renovation, but they found us afterward.
See what a fully restored Garland cook top can look like.
Fully restored Garland cook top.
Notice how we managed to restore the control panel without losing the original blue sticker.
inside of Garland stove top before restoration
Inside of Garland stove top after full restoration
This was the most expensive stove ever bought by the Stove Lady.
What a joy it brought to our client more than five years later.
Fully restored Copper Chambers.
This is polished copper finish unlike to one previously shown with the satin copper finish.
Hopefully the kitchen will be done soon so we can show you the final project.
Top of the copper stove after full restoration.
Another view of the copper Chambers. It is too beautiful to show just one picture.
One last view from the other angel. Even the aluminum griddle shines like copper stove top.
Chambers Model BZ in white before Full Restoration
This baby was loved, but not lost.
Just needed the Stove Lady's TLC & a color change.
Chambers BZ in buttercup yellow after full restoration.
The knob is up because we are testing the oven.
Part of our stringent testing that is done after each job is finished.
Another before of the same Chambers BZ
Another After - Chambers BZ
Note the chrome grates are beautiful, but not so practical as they do turn color.
Our client bought a second set of originals for use.
We even re-wired the electrical lighting system.
Many people have a shiny griddle for show & a different one for use.
One last before of the same BZ Chambers.
The knobs gave us the hardest time coming off.
Luckily it was worth all of the hard work.
Notice the thermostat knob was custom restored by hand by the Stove Lady herself.
Chambers 90C before full restoration
This stove went to a happy customer in Riverdale, NY.
I love the way the chrome shines!!
This poor stove was brought up from Virginia.
It cost my client way too much money and it needed so much work & so many parts (notice no legs) it deserved two before photos.
We got it as close to a full restoration as possible.
The previous owner definitely used the griddle. They sold it with griddle cover on.
No Chambers stove is too difficult for me. I love them. They hold up so well.
This is what the stove looked like at home in the Catskills.
If the client had come to me before buying the range, I would have saved him thousands not hundreds on this restoration.
Everything on it works well and it has a safety system.
Anderson range before full restoration
This is the second stove I ever restored.
Anderson range after full restoration.
Back at home a local town in Westchester County, NY.
anderson burners before restoration
anderson burners after restoration