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How environmentally friendly are AGA cookers?

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Each new AGA cooker is made from a large proportion of claimed iron, including old cast-iron cookers, drain covers, etc. We actively encourage AGA owners to trade in their old AGA cookers so every new AGA contains cast iron from old AGA cooker!

The AGA Total Control , AGA 3 Series and AGA 60’s ovens and hotplate(s) can be switched on and off independently, meaning the AGA only works hard when you want it to. The AGA Dual Control also features hotplates that can be turned on and off as required. All of which means you can reduce the running costs of your AGA should you want to.


An AGA cooker can also do the same jobs as many of your domestic appliances more efficiently, which could help you reduce your domestic energy usage. Another thing to keep in mind is that the AGA cooker is built to last for generations. AGA is dedicated to developing more efficient energy sources including programs using micro-generated electricity such as wind, solar power and heat pumps. 

How do I know if my home is suitable for an AGA cooker?

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The best way to find out if your home is right for an AGA cooker is to visit an AGA shop. Here our friendly and knowledgeable team will guide you through our collection of cookers, discuss your particular requirements and advise you on the best model to suit your home.

There are a large number of cookers in the range so there should be no problem finding the right one for you and your home.

 

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