Preparing for AEG to install your new freestanding gas or electric cooker

Last updated 07/05/2024 09:25

Applies to

  • Freestanding Gas Cookers
  • Freestanding Electric Cookers


Please check the following in advance of your installation date. If you have any concerns or questions, please call us to support you further with this.

If you need to double-check the details of your appliance again, please visit the appliance’s page on our website and select the ‘full specification’ tab.

If you are not having your appliance installed by AEG, it is essential the installer is qualified to install gas and electrical appliances.

1. Your new appliance fits the space provided. Our installers are unable to make adjustments to your cabinetry so the new appliance needs to fit into the space currently available.

2. If moving from gas to electric cooking, a mains supply is provided and has been checked by a qualified electrician and gas connections will need to be capped off by a certified gas engineer.

3. If changing from gas or electric to induction, it is worthwhile checking that the power to your kitchen will not be affected by the introduction of an induction hob, Induction is a very efficient technology but can draw a lot of electricity when using power boost programmes. Insufficient power will result in limited functionality of the appliance.

More information on limitations and requirements regarding our installation service can be found in our terms and conditions.

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