Aga oil consumption

KennyO

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Angus
Does anyone know how much oil a 2 oven aga should use if it on 365 days a year ?

We have a Redfyre poormans aga copy and it has averaged 3700 litres of kero per year for last 3 years.
 

Netherfield

Member
Location
West Yorkshire
Sellers viewpoint below, how accurate is anyones guess.

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I think it depends on age too. The older ones have much less insulation especially in the doors.
Ours is 1976 four oven and drinks like a fish.
But we like it so pay up and look happy especially in May when we turn it off!
 

Nukemall

Member
We have our two oven on for about 6 months of the year. Use a total of 2500l per year for the aga and oil boiler for central heating and hot water combined. Do have a wood burner as well.
 

melted welly

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
DD9.
Looks like ours has a drink problem. As mentioned it is not a real Aga.
We’ve got an esse doing cooking, water and heating, it’s over 4000l/yr and does none of the above tasks very well………And we turn it off in summer. 😳.

sounds like yours is using a similar amount of fuel.

Ours is getting the heave once we can find a plumber that’s able to do 2 things: 1- turn up, and 2 - actually commit to doing a job. 🤔.
 

KennyO

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Angus
We’ve got an esse doing cooking, water and heating, it’s over 4000l/yr and does none of the above tasks very well………And we turn it off in summer. 😳.

sounds like yours is using a similar amount of fuel.

Ours is getting the heave once we can find a plumber that’s able to do 2 things: 1- turn up, and 2 - actually commit to doing a job. 🤔.
If you have any luck with the plumber let me know. Still got rads to get fitted in our bathroom that we started last April.
 

Farma Parma

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Northumberlandia
If I want similar heat to my aga I will turn all the rings on, on my cooker and turn oven on and leave door open
Now i could poss do the same but a rangemaster electric cooker is in the hole where the oil guzzler once sat
couple of Rads on opposite wall off the boiler by heck they can get warm if needed
 

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