The most appealing feature of an AGA range cooker, that it gently warms the heart of the home, is something a Rayburn Heatranger can do too. And more. So if you are considering a cast-iron range cooker and would relish it heating your home and water at the same time, a Rayburn could make the perfect choice… and your life complete.
You can find more benefits on the Rayburn website.
The Rayburn difference
Rayburn Heatrangers are range cookers with a built-in boiler that can manage up to 20 radiators upstairs and downstairs, whilst providing hot water at the turn of a tap. They are 'A' rated for efficiency, which is excellent news from the perspective of running costs.
Another unique feature of a Rayburn Heatranger is the choice of oil, gas, electric and solid fuel options – and that you can choose a wood-fired model to cook with, heat your water and gently warm your home.
Sustainable and self-sufficient
A wood-burning range cooker is the ideal choice for rural homeowners and those working towards self-sufficiency where suitable wood varieties are in plentiful supply. Wood is carbon neutral, so it is cleaner to burn than other fossil fuels; namely coal, oil and gas.
A Rayburn Heatranger or an AGA range cooker?
Being part of the AGA family, a Rayburn follows in the footsteps of the AGA cooker and echoes many of its qualities. Head-turning good looks are equally inherent in each of them. Both also rely on indirect heat technology, are fashioned from cast-iron at our historic foundry in Coalbrookdale and, as a result, offer superior cooking performance.
Furthermore, both brands present you with a choice of cookers that would feel at home in traditional and city living spaces. So whether you live in a country cottage or a city apartment, you can rest assured that there's a model to complement it.