AGA Cookers
for Suffolk, Essex, and All of East Anglia

It was in 1922 that blind Nobel Prize-winning physicist Dr Gustaf Dalén invented the world’s first heat-storage cooker.

Dalén created a cast-iron cooker capable of every kind of cooking simultaneously, through its two large hotplates and two ovens. The now famous AGA was born and by 1929 manufacturing was under way at the AGA Heat Ltd factory in Smethwick.

The AGA cooker, is now part of the AGA Rangemaster group, and is made in Britain at the company’s Shropshire foundry in Coalbrookdale, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.

Today’s AGA is made in exactly the same way as it always has been. Quite simply, molten iron is poured into moulds. It’s this technique that gives the castings their characteristic surface – each one is unique – and sets the AGA apart from the ubiquitous mass-produced uniformity.

While most cookers are spray painted in minutes, the AGA cooker’s multiple protective coats of gleaming vitreous enamel take three days to apply. It’s this enamelling that helps ensure the working life of an AGA cooker is measured not in years but in decades.

Of course, the modern AGA also contains state-of-the-art technology and is subject to rigorous quality controls and adherence to the latest environmental standards.

Dual Control Electric

Advantages of AGA Cookers


The great thing about an AGA cooker is that it will cook your food evenly and slowly. Whether you’re baking a casserole or a loaf of bread, everything will come out of the oven tasting better than ever.


While an AGA cooker is great for cooking food, it can also quickly dry your clothes. Simply fold your wet clothes, place them on top of the oven and when they’re dry they’ll look perfectly ironed.


Choosing any type of appliance for your home can be overwhelming. Luckily, AGA cookers are available in a range of colours and sizes. Whether you’re creating a traditional or bespoke home design, an AGA cooker will look beautiful in your space.

Useful AGA Information

Servicing your AGA

It is very important that you have your AGA serviced regularly to ensure that it performs to its full ability all the time. By having your AGA serviced by our AGA registered Engineers you will be guaranteed that all the parts used are authentic and that our Engineer working on your AGA is fully trained and qualified.

To book a service fill in the form on this website or call us on 01394 384175.

Cleaning your AGA

An AGA is a very easy appliance to keep clean, especially if you don’t allow it to get dirty.

Follow these hints and tips:

The main hot plates and hot ovens help to keep themselves clean by carbonising cooking spills and splashes. Just brush off the carbon dust. Stubborn stains may be more work, so don’t be afraid to use a wire brush on the plain cast-iron areas.

If spills become baked on to the enamel, use a soap filled pad, NOT TOO COARSE as these will scratch the enamel and DO NOT use oven cleaners. Splashes and spills on vitreous enamel should be wiped away as soon as possible, using a damp (not wet) soft cloth. The AGA e-cloths are ideal. (See our AGA Cookshop page on this website for more information or call us to purchase some). You can also use specific AGA enamel cleaner. NEVER USE A COLD WET CLOTH.

The inner linings of the ovens and insulating lids can be cleaned with a cream cleaner or for more stubborn marks, a soap filled pad. The lining will show some marks but will shine beautifully.

The doors may be lifted off to help with cleaning but don’t get them mixed up and NEVER immerse them in water.

The polished insulating lids and handrail can be cleaned with a damp, soapy cloth, followed by a wet cloth and finishing by polishing with a dry cloth.

Spillages of milk or fruit-juice on the enamel MUST be wiped away immediately as the acidity may stain the front plate and doors. Again use AGA e-cloths which are excellent and lint-free.

If liquids boil over or spill over around the hotplates, disappearing under the top plate, don’t worry, they will soon evaporate without causing any damage.

The insulating rings around each hotplate can be removed for cleaning, but again, don’t get them mixed up! Place them back in the same position, there is often a small notch mark which should face towards the rear of the cooker.

Some components, such as, the handrail brackets and side panels are powder coated (painted) and nothing abrasive should be used on them, even ‘Astonish’, use a soap filled pad.

If you see fluff or dust building up around the burner door or the flue chamber, safety remove it with a soft brush. DO NOT use a vacuum cleaner when the burner is alight.

All AGA cleaning equipment can be purchased via our Cookshop in our showroom. If you’re interested in learning more about our selection of AGA cookers, we welcome you to call us today to ask for specifics to be ordered or visit our showroom to see what we have in stock. Our team is proud to serve homeowners throughout the Suffolk and Essex areas.

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