When you convert an Aga or other range cooker, you can run it just as you used to but you have so much more flexibility available now
1. Independent Hobs and Ovens
The hobs work independently of each other as does the top oven.
They can all be independently heat controlled using simple controls (see below). This means you can be frying on one hob, simmering on the other, while roasting in the oven. It also means that you can turn on whatever you need when you want it, which is great in the summer as you don’t have to have the whole range running.
2. Improved heat up times
Heat up times are vastly improved:
- Frying on either hob takes 10-15 minutes from a cold hob
- Baking at 200 degrees celsius: it takes the top oven 1hr 35mins to reach this temperature from cold
3. Control Panel
New simple to use controls are fitted behind the ashpit door, so you can control temperatures for each hob and the top oven independently. This means you can also be far more precise in setting temperatures, which will make baking more accurate.
4. Timing when the ovens and hobs come on
By adding two electric timers, one for the hobs and one for the ovens, you can control when you want the range in use.
- Get up to a warm kitchen, and cooker ready to go
- Turn on the oven only, to cook a family meal in the evening
- Switch off the cooker between 8pm and 5am next morning to save unwanted running costs
5. Reduced running costs
Following the conversion to electric, in addition to the savings made by only powering the cooker when required, there should be no more servicing required, just a biannual checkup, which reduces annual running costs significantly.
In addition, there is no fuel tank to monitor the oil in, or replace when damaged.
As part of the installation, we provide a complementary first year check up, to ensure everything is working as it should.