And what a view! The Blake & Bull engineers were met with some breathtaking scenery as they travelled north, to west of Glasgow.
Not at all bad! Just a light dusting of snow here, a very different picture to their next job on the following day!
If you are curious aboutconverting your cooker to one of our sophisticated electric systems, It is worth considering the benefits -
- Lower fuel costs. MUCH lower in some cases (LPG/oil)
- Zero servicing costs. No more 6 monthly visits from the oil man!
- Zero infrastructure costs. No oil tanks, lines or flues required
- Lower fire risk. No flames or flammable fuels in your house
- Zero carbon monoxide risk. No combustion in your kitchen!
- Easier to use. No more soggy potatoes as the ovens cool down during the roast!
- Zero fuel leak risk. No oil lines, gas pipes, valves or taps
Seen here, a 4 oven post-1974 Aga ‘Deluxe’range cooker in racing green, before it was uninstalled ready for a kitchen refurbishment project..
..and after, waiting for Philip to bring her back to life.
The Pistachio tone looks so fresh here in this new light position, streamline too as this Electrikit converted range cooker doesn't need a large flue. It simply vents out of the room externally, like this one through a smaller copper flue under the shroud.
If we are leaving the cooker 'in-situ' then we can vent the ovens into the existing flue. This saves you the bother and cost of having it removed which can be substantial.
I knew that this was going to look awesome, a traditional colour for Aga range cookers that doesn't seem to date. Which one of our 38 colours would you choose?