OvenMagic specialists provide AGA cleaning services and will clean inside and out, including the hot plates and lids. We clean your AGA’s with care, using a non-toxic cleaner, plus the inside of the oven doors and oven surrounds. The inside of the ovens are swept out and where necessary cleaned using a wire brush. All shelves and trays are cleaned in our purpose-built dip tank, in the back of our van.
AGA’s make an impression!
What impression does your AGA give about you?
The AGA is often the heart of the home, so not why let OvenMagic breathe new life into it. We will thoroughly clean your Aga and remove all traces of grease and burnt-on carbon using non-caustic and non-toxic cleaners.
Because the AGA’s are in almost constant use, they are often also the most difficult to clean. In order to clean the AGA, it needs to be cold. Your AGA also needs regular servicing from trained engineers, so while you have it turned off for them, why not schedule a deep clean at the same time to reduce your AGA’s downtime.
We clean AGA’s throughout Worcester, Evesham, Pershore, Droitwich, Bromsgrove, the rest of Worcestershire area.
So why not ask us for a quote now to clean your AGA and give it a new lease of life.
History of Aga
Originally developed to burn coal or anthracite, the Aga cooker was invented in 1922 by the Nobel Prize-winning Swedish physicist Gustaf Dalén (1869–1937), who was employed as the chief engineer of the Swedish AGA company (Swedish Aktiebolaget Svenska Gasaccumulator, English Swedish Gas Accumulator, Limited). Dalén lost his sight in an explosion while developing his earlier invention, a porous substrate for storing gases, Agamassan. Forced to stay at home, Dalén discovered that his wife was exhausted by cooking. Although blind, he set out to develop a new stove that was capable of a range of culinary techniques and easy to use.
Adopting the principle of heat storage, he combined a heat source, two large hotplates and two ovens into one unit: the AGA Cooker. The cooker was introduced to the United Kingdom in 1929, and was manufactured there under licence in the early 1930s. Its popularity in certain parts of British society (owners of medium to large country houses) led to the coining of the term ‘AGA Saga’ in the 1990s, referring to a genre of fiction set amongst stereotypical upper-middle-class society.
The cast-iron parts were cast at the Coalbrookdale foundry in the 1940s, where they were still made by the Aga Rangemaster Group until November 2017 when Middleby closed the site with the loss of 35 jobs.
Find an Aga cleaner in Worcester.
OvenMagic offer oven cleaning in the following areas: Worcester, Malvern, Bewdley, Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Wychbold, Redditch, Alvechurch, Studley, Hartlebury, Kings Norton, Kempsey, Evesham, Pershore, Kidderminster, Chaddesley Corbett, Stourport, Great Witley, Beoley, Barnt Green, Hopwood, Romsley, Rubery, Rednal, Halesowen, Bournville, Earlswood, Bartley Green, Quinton, Cofton Hacket and Tenbury areas.