AGA Stoves

AGA Cast Iron Stoves

"For over 80 years AGA has remained at the forefront of engineering excellence. AGA stoves embody the best AGA traditions and employ the very latest technology. The generations of workers who have bestowed their craft, often from father to son, have done so with great care and attention, bringing a sense of pride to each new creation. When you invest in an AGA stove, you are acquiring a piece of history, a talking point and a centrepiece for your home. AGA stoves are made by the manufacturers of the world famous AGA range cooker. They are assembled by hand by skilled craftsmen, giving each one a personal touch and unique quality. Nothing is better for retaining and radiating heat than cast iron and nobody knows how to work with cast iron better than AGA".

Engineering Excellence

"With a reputation for technical excellence second to none, AGA cast iron stoves are amongst the best you can buy. Each model is individually designed, to ensure that the air flows around the stove in the most efficient way possible. Innovative features include; a chrome iron grate, perfect for burning wood or solid fuel, an interchangeable wood burning plate and stainless steel after burners, to reduce emissions of soot. A primary air inlet valve is fitted as standard on all stoves, so that you can vary the heat output and control running costs. All components are manufactured to the highest technical standards. Each stove is assembled by hand and subjected to a gruelling series of quality control checks, including a visual inspection of the casting, before it is allowed to leave the factory".


A Fuel to Suit all Homes & Needs


Solid Fuel Options

"Solid fuel is an efficient and economical method of heating your home 24 hours a day, whatever the weather. There are a wide range of fuels available. Homes with solid fuel heating are better ventilated than the average home, which reduces condensation, helps to eliminate household mould and carries away toxins".

Wood Burning

Burning timber is cost effective and helps to conserve fossil fuels. For the best effect, only dry seasoned timber should be used. You can recognise dry wood by the fact that the bark comes away easily. Fresh green wood can have a moisture content of up to 90%, which makes it slow to ignite, produces steam, reduces the efficiency of the stove and can lead to excess sooting, which in turn, reduces the visibility of the flame picture. The firebox should never be completely emptied as wood burns best on a bed of ash.



Stove Models


The Little Wenlock Classic in Matt Black

"AGA stoves are clean burning and highly efficient. The Little Wenlock Classic is the perfect blend of old and new, it combines cutting edge design with traditional casting beauty. A small cast iron multi-fuel stove with dedicated preheated secondary air and a nominal heat output of up to 4.7kW, so avoiding the need for an additional air requirement. It offers top or rear flue connection, a high chrome riddling grate, a built-in ashpan, combustion air control and one of the most effective air-wash systems available to keep the glass clean. The Little Wenlock comes with an interchangeable wood burning plate giving you one of the most efficient wood burning stoves in the world with over 81% efficiency".

Recommended solid fuel types
Smokeless - Ancit, Centurion, Coalite (Nuts), Maxibrite, Phurnacite, Sunbrite (Doubles), Extracite, Blazebrite, Anthracite (Large Nuts), Welsh Dry Steam Coal (Large Nuts), Dry Seasoned Wood.



The Much Wenlock Classic

The Much Wenlock Classic is a medium sized solid fuel and wood stove with a nominal heat output of 5.5kW (maximum 8.3kW) with 77% efficiency. It is suitable for burning wood, coal, anthracite and peat briquettes. It has a removable shaker grate, ash pan, fire fence and front ash tray. It’s simple and easy to use and can be left to burn overnight. Like the standard Much Wenlock it has the same black wire handle and air inlet control and will look equally at home in a traditional or contemporary setting.

Recommended solid fuel types
Smokeless - Ancit, Centurion, Coalite (Nuts), Maxibrite, Phurnacite, Sunbrite (Doubles), Extracite, Blazebrite, Anthracite (Large Nuts), Welsh Dry Steam Coal (Large Nuts), Dry Seasoned Wood.



The Much Wenlock in Matt Black


The Much Wenlock is a medium sized Solid Fuel and Wood stove with a nominal heat output of 5.5kW, (and a maximum heat output of 8.3kW) with 77% efficiency. It is suitable for burning wood, coal, anthracite and peat briquettes. It has a removable shaker grate, ash pan, fire fence and front ash tray. As well as being simple and easy to use, it can be left to burn overnight, so that you can come down to a lovely warm room in the morning. 

Recommended solid fuel types
Smokeless - Ancit, Centurion, Coalite (Nuts), Maxibrite, Phurnacite, Sunbrite (Doubles), Extracite, Blazebrite, Anthracite (Large Nuts), Welsh Dry Steam Coal (Large Nuts), Dry Seasoned Wood.



The Berrington in Gloss Black Enamel


A truly elegant design, the Berrington has a distinctive pebbled door surround, with a beautiful paned effect window. This large stove, ideal for the family home, has a nominal heat output of up to 8.5kW (and a maximum heat output of 12kW) with 76% efficiency. Like the Much Wenlock, it can be safely left to burn overnight and the removable grate system makes it easy to clean.

Recommended solid fuel types
Smokeless - Ancit, Centurion, Coalite (Nuts), Maxibrite, Phurnacite, Sunbrite (Doubles), Extracite, Blazebrite, Anthracite (Large Nuts), Welsh Dry Steam Coal (Large Nuts), Dry Seasoned Wood.



The Rembrandt in Matt Black

A cast iron variation on the open grate, in a contemporary matt black finish. The Rembrandt has a beautifully ribbed canopy hood and front plate. With a heat output up to 3.6kW, the Rembrandt is far more efficient than conventional hearths, as it has a controllable air input and an adjustable throat plate inside the canopy, which reduces heat loss up the chimney. Unlike most open fires, the Rembrandt’s cast iron hood radiates additional heat into your room giving a higher efficiency. It is the only open convector fire that is HETAS listed

Recommended solid fuel types
Smokeless - Ancit, Centurion, Coalite (Nuts), Maxibrite, Phurnacite, Sunbrite (Doubles), Extracite, Blazebrite, Anthracite (Large Nuts), Welsh Dry Steam Coal (Large Nuts).



Fusion Pellet Stove in Matt Black


Clean lines and compact design combine high efficiency, clean burning and automatic control with all the warmth and comfort of wood heating. With up to a 13kW output, the Fusion provides a beautiful warmth and is suitable for any large room. The AGA Fusion Pellet Stove efficiently, conveniently and cheaply converts biomass in the form of Wood Pellet Fuel to heat while giving off almost no wood smoke, helping to protect the environment.

Recommended solid fuel types
Wood Pellet Fuel is a renewable, clean-burning biomass product made from renewable substances, normally recycled waste wood or short rotation coppice wood.