For almost 100 years AGA cookers have been at the heart of many homes. Here are the reasons why these cast-iron cookers are a staple in so many kitchens.
Our story began in 1922, when Dr Gustaf Dalén - a world renowned physicist and Nobel Prize winner - lost his sight during an experiment. Although blind, he was determined to develop a cooker capable of every culinary technique, which was also easy to use. He did exactly that and the AGA cooker was born.
The AGA cooker, whilst steeped in heritage has evolved over the years and brings with it a unique style and warmth that together, means it occupies a special place in the hearts of owners.
We are hugely proud that each and every model is built here in Britain.
Every AGA range cooker comes with a sense of history built in and continues to be designed and manufactured, at our factory in Telford in Shropshire, the birthplace of the industrial revolution, to the same exacting standards that have ensured the AGA cooker's place as one of our most trusted and cherished British brands.
Built with cast-iron ovens, AGA cookers produce amazing, succulent food thanks to their cast-iron ovens which cook using the principle of indirect, radiant heat.
This gentle, radiant heat cooking works to lock in the moisture, goodness and flavour of food to preserve its nutrients, texture and taste.
Master of all culinary styles, AGA range cookers can grill, bake, roast, boil, simmer, toast and more, so whether you're cooking a simple dish or the most complex of modern recipes, you can rely on your cast-iron AGA to perform beautifully.
Our attitude to design and functionality is fresh and builds on a century of history. We are constantly seeking innovation and developing our products to complement the increasingly busy lives of our customers.
Many of our cookers feature state-of-the-art induction hobs, which provide a safe, responsive and energy efficient way to cook.
The brand new AGA eR3 and R3 Series models have also been designed with a host of innovative features, including induction hobs and a conventional fan oven, to take flexibility to a whole new level.
Due to their renowned longevity, you'll never find an AGA cooker on a landfill site and retired models almost always go on to help create something new.
That's because AGA cast-iron cookers are almost completely recyclable. Since the very first model was made nearly 100 years ago, a large proportion of each AGA cooker has been made from used materials.
Car gearboxes, guttering, old machinery, cast-iron cookers, door fittings, drain covers, lamp-posts and much more can all be found in the world's most famous cooker.
Our new generation AGA models run solely on electricity as part of our commitment to creating more environmentally friendly and efficient models.
However, we also offer a choice of dual fuel, propane gas or natural gas on selected models.
AGA cat-iron cookers are available in 17 beautiful, vitreous enamel colours, from contemporary neutrals to striking brights, so you're sure to find a shade to suit your home.
Individually enamelled at our factory in Telford, each cooker is given multiple coats of vitreous enamel, taking up to three days, to provide a beautiful finish that is hard-wearing, strong and resistant to high temperatures.