Description: Olde World craftsmanship meets modern efficiency in the 36" Limoges Series Tall Copper Wall-Mount Range Hood.
The hammered copper texture and bands add style to any kitchen, while the variable speed fan allows you to control ventilation in your kitchen ...
This kitchen exhaust fan features a hammered copper design accented with copper straps and rivets, three dimmable lights and three dishwasher-safe filters. Description: Freshen up the air and style of your kitchen with this wall-mount range hood featuring a hand-hammered texture and accent bands.
Made of solid copper this range hood includes two dimmable lights to illuminate the entire cooking surface.
From ducted to ductless to downdraft systems, not all kitchen ventilation is created equal.
If you are updating your kitchen, you are probably wondering whether you need a range hood.
Most residential building codes do not require a range hood above a stove or cook top, but you’d be wise to ensure your locale is not the exception.
Even if it’s not legally required, you should think long and hard before forgoing a hood altogether.Range hoods are designed to collect airborne grease, moisture and cooking odors, but not all hoods are created equally.Here’s a quick rundown of the kitchen ventilation systems you’ll want to consider: If you cook much at all, you’ll likely want a hood that vents to the outdoors.A ducted hood actually moves the polluted air to the outside, getting rid of all forms of air pollution caused by cooking.Fresh air is drawn in from the outside, keeping the kitchen air clean, and preventing cooking odors and even grease particles from spreading throughout the house — especially all over your kitchen cabinets.Ducting is simplest if your range and hood sit along an exterior wall; the duct can run out the rear of the hood and through the house wall.