Heat Storage AGA

Make your AGA cooker even more versatile with an Integrated Module or Freestanding Module – the perfect companions to your choice of AGA.

The Integrated Module gives you even more choice and flexibility. Working alongside, but independently to your 2, 3 or 4-oven AGA range cooker, it gives you the option of a fan oven and a choice of either an electric or a four-burner gas hob. There’s also an integral, rapid-response ceramic grill that cooks your food evenly with minimal loss of moisture – making it taste even better.


  • Integral grill
  • Conventional oven
  • Fan oven
  • Choice of gas or ceramic four-ring hob

Integral grill ­- located within the top oven, the integral grill is engineered for even heat distribution, meaning it cooks with a direct, dry heat for fast, flavoursome results.

Conventional oven – its heat zones make it the ideal, versatile oven for all types of cooking and it’s large enough to hold a 7.25kg (16lb) turkey.

Fan oven – moves hot air quickly past the food, significantly reducing cooking times. This cooking process eliminates hot spots, allowing food to cook more evenly.

Choice of gas or ceramic four-ring hob – the four-burner gas hob has flames that can be easily increased and decreased for instant and controllable heat, while the electric hob has flat surfaces that are easier to clean.


Cast-iron lies at the heart of every AGA cooker. It’s why almost our entire principal casting work is undertaken at the Coalbrookdale foundry in Shropshire – the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. In 1709, Abraham Darby became the first person to smelt iron using coke instead of charcoal, a breakthrough that began the modern industrial age.

The Coalbrookdale foundry is also the location that AGA cookers have been built to the highest of standards for generations, creating a reputation for quality and excellence.

Every AGA cooker is hand-built. And while most manufacturers spray-paint their cookers in seconds, an AGA cooker is coated in enamel and then individually inspected and dried. Then it’s fused in the furnace at temperatures of up to 1517ºF for 45 minutes. This process is undertaken three times over three days. During that time, if any form of minor blemish is found on the item, it’s sent straight back for shot blasting. The process then begins again and the cooker will only be approved once it boasts a gleaming vitreous enamel finish.



The only way you can fully appreciate an AGA cooker is to see one for yourself. Visit us at Country Warmth and you’ll able to see one in action and with one of our demonstrations, you could even try some delicious AGA-cooked food.

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will happily guide you through the options available to you from flues and fuel to enamel colours. And once you’ve fallen in love with your AGA cooker, arrange an appointment for a home survey and we’ll take it from there.