WHICH AGA DO I OWN?
Which Aga do I Own?
There a only a few variations of AGA range cooker. The AGA heat store cooker was created by Gustaf Dalén in 1929 in Sweden. The gent was actually blinded in an explosion in 1912 while developing an earlier invention. Being forced to stay at home he soon realised that his wife was exhausted by cooking daily. So he took it upon himself to develop a cooker that was easy to use whilst being able to achieve a range of culinary techniques.
We can convert all of the below models to electric, this can include WIFI controlled timer spurs for optimum efficiency and running costs.
Model – Standard AGA cooker 2 + 4 oven
Produced between 1941-1972
Identifying your Standard Aga.
Firstly look at your doors, if your controls door is smaller than the oven doors you probably have a standard model. These cookers were also fitted with enamelled domed lids, some later versions and refurbished cookers were fitted with chrome domes and lid rims.
Standard 2 / 4 oven models should have a flat hob surface. If you have a raised lip at the rear, small or large look below at pre ‘74 and post ‘74 models.
Model – pre ‘74 AGA deluxe cooker 2 + 4 oven
Produced between 1956 – 1974
Identifying your Pre 1974 Aga.
Pre 1974 models have 3 or 5 doors that are all the same size. The hob has a deep shelf at the rear. The towel rail runs the entire width of the cooker and it’s towel rail brackets attach from below the rail itself.
Model – Post 1974 Aga range cooker 2 – 3 – 4 oven
Produced between 1974 – 1995
Identifying your post 1974 Aga.
Post 74 Aga range cookers have doors that are all the same size. The hob has a small raised lip at the rear.
The towel rail is fitted with towel rail brackets that cover both ends of the towel rail.