Rayburn Installations

Surveys. Installation. Servicing.
Whatever you need, make sure you’re working with official Rayburn Heat Centre Engineers. (Like Us)

Rayburn. An exceptional addition to your home.

Perhaps you simply want a beautiful cooker. Maybe you also want something to manage your hot water and central heating? 

Either way, if you’re considering a Rayburn - call us.

From surveys to servicing - we can help every step of the way. We’ll make sure you have the very best model for your needs, installed and operating to the highest standards by our team.

For your peace of mind, you will be talking to the only authorised and approved Rayburn Heat Centre in the region. This means we’re uniquely qualified to advise and support you, with our engineers providing first-class expertise.

Servicing

Already have a Rayburn in your home?

A service is generally recommended annually by fully trained, qualified engineers (naturally) to ensure long-life and efficiency. So just give us a call and we can take care of everything.

Warm House, Green Home

Visit Our Showroom 

We opened our new AGA & Rayburn showroom in April 2020 at the Lakes Business Park, just outside of St.Ives in Cambridgeshire. It wasn’t our plan to open a new showroom during a pandemic but the support we’ve had from our customers and trade community has been overhwhelming, so thank you! 

Call ahead or contact us  to book your appointment with one of our team, who are on hand to help you with any questions and talk through your requirements, without obligation. They’ll help with everything from detailed technical issues to your choice of colour scheme (if you want) – and of course you can arrange a home survey with us too. You can test drive our fully functioning Rayburn 680KCD, and explore the other models on display including a solid fuel 300 series. 

There’s usually a fair bit going on around the showroom - if you’re thinking of upgrading to a Rayburn, ask about our virtual or in person Q & A workshops and cooking demos. We’ve had great feedback on these and tend to run them ad-hoc.