One of the first appliance manufacturers, Hardwick Stove Company got its start producing cast iron stoves in the late 1800s. By World War II, the company contributed to the cause by making airplane parts. Besides being patriotic, the shift in focus helped Hardwick improve its quality control so that when production of ranges resumed after the war, they were even more reliable. Models from these and later years are still in many homes today. Despite their reputation for durability, they sometimes need a little upkeep to keep them running like the tanks they are. We carry replacement parts for Hardwick ranges including control knobs, surface elements, burner receptacle kits, various style igniters, and more.