Gas AGA Cooker


Choosing the right gas AGA cooker for you at first can seem a bit daunting. Use this guide to help you decide – but if you need more assistance please give us a call, as we can often help with a simple phone conversation. We are here to hold your hand and get you the correct gas AGA for your needs.

  1. All of our gas AGA cookers are fully mechanically reconditioned  
  2. We don't buy and renovate older cookers, all of our AGA cookers are purpose build gas and not converted from solid fuel. 

There are basically three gas AGA cookers to choose from, use our guides to find out which is best suited to you and your kitchen.

2 Oven3 Oven4 Oven

OVER 35 YEARS OF AGA EXPERIENCE

2 Oven Gas AGA Cooker


This gas AGA cooker will give you a roasting oven, simmering oven and two hobs. However, with a cold plate placed in the top oven you will be able to bake your favourite cakes. Two oven AGAs are available with three different flue types.

Conventional Flue

If you have brick-built chimney then you can line it with a 5" gas liner which can be connected to your gas AGA with a 4" black flue pipe. If you do not have a chimney, it is still possible to have a conventional flue gas AGA by installing a 5" insulated twin-wall flue system (although this can be expensive/unsightly).

Balanced Flue

If you're positioning your gas AGA on an outside wall then a 5" pipe acts as the flue. There are restrictions, such as proximity to opening doors and windows, distance from corners and covered areas. However, we will guide you on this, so that you will get your GAS SAFE installation certificate.

Power Flue

By using an on-board flue to blow exhaust gases down a 2" pipe, this option often gives you the most flexibility when deciding where to position your newly refurbished gas AGA. The flue pipe can include 90 and 45 degree bends, and can even be buried in your floor if you had considered placing your AGA in the centre of your kitchen. There are a few do's and don'ts that must be complied with, including the number of bends and total length of the flue (to name just two). Once again, we are here to advise if you think this is an option for you.

2 Oven + Module

REPAIR, INSTALLATION, SERVICE

3 Oven Gas AGA Cooker


This three oven gas AGA will give you a roasting oven, simmering oven and baking oven plus two hobs. You will be able to bake your favourite cake. Three oven gas AGAs are available with two different flue types.

Conventional Flue

If you have brick built chimney then you can line it with a simple 5" gas liner which can be connected to your gas AGA with a 4" black flue pipe. If you don't have a chimney, it is still possible to have a conventional flue gas Aga by installing a 5" insulated twin-wall flue system (although this can be expensive/unsightly).

Power Flue

By using an on-board flue to blow exhaust gases down a 2" pipe, this option often gives you the most flexibility when deciding where to position your newly refurbished gas AGA. The flue pipe can include 90 and 45 degree bends, and can even be buried in your floor if you had considered placing your AGA in the centre of your kitchen. There are a few do's and don'ts that must be complied with, including the number of bends and total length of the flue (to name just two). Once again, we are here to advise if you think this is an option for you.

3 Oven + Module

BEAUTIFUL AGA RANGES

4 Oven Gas AGA Cooker


The 4 oven gas AGA will gove you; roasting, baking, simmering and plate warming ovens, two hobs and a warming plate to the left of the hobs – ideal for keeping food warm before serving. 

Conventional Flue

If you have brick-built chimney then you can line it with a 5" gas liner which can be connected to your gas AGA with a 4" black flue pipe. If you do not have a chimney, it is still possible to have a conventional flue gas AGA by installing a 5" insulated twin-wall flue system (although this can be expensive/unsightly).

Balanced Flue

If you're positioning your gas AGA on an outside wall then a 5" pipe acts as the flue. There are restrictions, such as proximity to opening doors and windows, distance from corners and covered areas. However, we will guide you on this, so that you will get your GAS SAFE installation certificate.

Power Flue

By using an on-board flue to blow exhaust gases down a 2" pipe, this option often gives you the most flexibility when deciding where to position your newly refurbished gas AGA. The flue pipe can include 90 and 45 degree bends, and can even be buried in your floor if you had considered placing your AGA in the centre of your kitchen. There are a few do's and don'ts that must be complied with, including the number of bends and total length of the flue (to name just two). Once again, we are here to advise if you think this is an option for you.

4 Oven + Module