If you are considering installing a new range hood you should be aware that there is a lot to consider when selecting one.

Most importantly, a range hood sucks air from above your stove and shoots it out a tube called a duct, eventually getting outside and away from your living area.

The fans are rated in CFM, or Cubic Feet per Minute. The amount of CFM required depends on factors such as the room size, how many burners, gas or electric, how long the ductwork is, how many turns does the ductwork take. It pays to do the math, or work with someone who can!

This is especially true if you are a landlord/owner/property manager of a rental or multi-tenant building and you wish to isolate cooking smells between tenants.

Contact us to learn how we can assist you in selecting and installing a new range hood that performs it’s task flawlessly and augments the look and feel of your space.

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