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 offering 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.
Rayburn: A renowned brand with an incredible heritage
Following the recent publication of ‘How the AGA became an icon’, Rayburn has emulated its success by producing an insight into its own history with ‘AGA-Rayburn – A heart-warming story’.
The new publication takes a detailed and research driven journey through the development of the two brands, from the launch of the first Otto Stove in 1937 and the very first Rayburn cooker in 1945, through to the latest high efficiency condensing Rayburn Heatrangers.
Click here to download the booklet.