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What are the pros and cons of the Everhot range cooker in your bespoke kitchen? 

Everhot Review

January. 2023
Guild Anderson has been designing bespoke kitchens for country houses for twenty years, and we take the Everhot reviews our clients have given us during this time seriously. As a general overview, the Everhot electric range cooker seems to be an increasingly smart choice when considering your kitchen cooking appliances.  On the face of it, they offer all the benefits expected of a traditional range cooker, but with all the benefits of modern controllability and vastly tncreased efficiency.  Let’s take a closer look.

Everhot ranges were created over 40 years ago at a time of innovation and new beginnings.  British made; born out of a desire to make an existing cast iron stove more efficient; Everhot developed a range cooker in the 1970s that could run solely from electricity.

Over the past 10 years, Guild Anderson have seen customer choice split fairly evenly between Aga, Everhot and electric appliances. Historically AGA were the go-to brand for country homes.  However more recently Everhot have been leading the way by offering an environmentally-friendly heat storage electric range cooker that suits both country and town houses alike.

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The pros of the Everhot range cooker
The pros of the Everhot range cooker

Everhot offers an electric heat storage cooking range that simply plugs into a 13-amp socket, and needs no flue or concrete base.  There is a choice between 7 sizes, all giving the control and versatility of modern cooking methods, together with the even baking and cosy winter warmth of the traditional range.

One of the key features is that the ovens are individually controllable, giving you more efficient running costs.  There are larger than average ovens and a wide variety of colours and sizes to choose from.  A full width grill in the top oven and square hot plates allow for more surface area to cook on; there are numerous features that make Everhot a far more efficient model than many of its rivals.  Overall, much more versatility in the way that you cook.

In terms of running cost they average less than half the running costs of their competitors.  With an Everhot you can control each oven and hot plate independently as they have an electric element underneath.  And there is the added benefit of being able to switch your Everhot to ‘ECO’ to lower the power consumption either overnight when you go to bed, or when you go on holiday.

A further improvement over it’s main competitor, the Aga, is that the Everhot plates are square which allows three pots to be positioned on them where only two, at a push, can be places on the Aga tops.  Having square lids also means more surface area to air laundry and children’s socks!

Nick Anderson is a fan of the Everhot 120i; as it lends itself to a modern family lifestyle.  In addition to the classic cast iron hot and simmer plates, the 120i incorporates a fantastic three zone induction hob, perfect for hot summer days or to augment the overall cooking area.  Everhot 120i from £11,650 including VAT.

Offering 18 colour options there is undoubtedly an Everhot for every kitchen, and the Everhot design aesthetic is crisp and contemporary while clearly an evolution of the classic range cooker.  Built to last a lifetime, there is no servicing required, and as all models are electric there is no external flu required, allowing it to be placed anywhere in the room.

An Everhot range in a bespoke kitchen
The cons of the Everhot range cooker
The cons of the Everhot range cooker

Possibly the only con that we can see that may deter some clients is the price comparison to more modern electric cooking appliances.

Everhot’s smallest range starts at £6,690 including VAT which is still a considered purchase when comparing to more generic cooking appliances.

If you compare Everhot’s average size 100 series range cooker priced at £10,210 including VAT to a Miele oven with an average price of £2000, plus a Miele hob with an average price of £2000 then Everhot is an investment, but we feel an investment well worth making.

Not only is Everhot a modern day design classic in an array of beautiful colours; it’s flexible cooking options and environmental attributes are all suited to modern family life whether you live in the town or the country.

If you would like to discuss the latest Everhot models for your kitchen project, please do get in contact


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