Stanley cookers supplied and installed in Kent.
The first range cooker made in Waterford was in 1934, so Waterford Stanley cookers have a strong heritage in Ireland, with 300,000 Irish homes using a Stanley product. Our showroom’s central heating is supplied by a Stanley range which has been reliably working away for many years now! Stanley also produce the Stanley Alpha range cookers.
The Brandon range cooker is available as cooking only, or with a boiler for heating and hot water. The Brandon Condensing 80,000 BTU oil range cooker has an ‘A’ rated, over 92% efficient boiler, and can heat up to 16 standard radiators. The twin burners mean that the cooking and central heating are controlled separately, and it can be installed on either a conventional or a balanced flue. The Brandon is also available without a condensing boiler, and gives either 100,000, 80,000 or 60,000 BTU. The smaller Comeragh has a boiler output of 47,000 BTU and heats up to 8 radiators on average.
The Stanley Donard wood burning cooker has an output of 30,000 BTU and heats up to 6 radiators on average. There is a large capacity main oven, and a smaller warming oven.
The Donard and the Comeragh are both available as solid fuel burners, giving 60,000 BTU and 47,000 BTU respectively. There is also a very attractive 47,000 BTU model called the Errigal which has a traditional ‘country kitchen’ design and a large capacity main oven. The Errigal is available without a boiler.