Published at Thursday, 14 March 2019. Kitchen Vent Hood. By Luukas Jarvi.
When choosing a kitchen range hood it can be quite confusing. You need to decide on whether the air that is extracted from the stove is either recalculated back into the kitchen, or if this air is extracted outside of the house. You also need to decide on whether to buy a wall mounted range hood, or install a hood that is mounted to the ceiling. These easy to follow tips will help break down each option to help you decide on which ventilation system to by for your kitchen.
A kitchen range hood is a kind of appliance that is usually suspended over a gas range or a stove. This is created this way in order to eliminate heat, odor and smoke that is usually an output when you cook. In the United Kingdom, this is commonly referred to as an extractor hood. Aside from that, its other names are vent, cooker, chimney, exhaust and more.
If there is already a cabinet above where you want your range to be located then your solution is to either have a carpenter shorten the cabinet or replace it with a shorter cabinet that will give more breathing space to the range underneath it. Wiring is a consideration as well. A ductless range hood would require that you shorten the cabinet and do the required wiring before you install your range. Ducted kitchen range hoods are different and require an opening in the cabinet's bottom to accommodate the ducting. Another hole will be needed for the exhaust.
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