Published at Saturday, July 28th, 2018 - 01:47:07 AM. Range Hood. By Farago.
Excerpt from Choosing the Correct Cooker Hoods :
Integrated Hoods. Integrated hoods are ideal if your cooker is built into a chimney breast or under a row of kitchen cupboards. They are designed to fit into enclosed spaces and as a result, are finished on the underside only - the only part that is visible. Integrated hoods can be used to extract or recirculate as per any other hood style.
Styles. Cooker hoods vary greatly in style. There are chimney style hoods, with slanted canopy sections, that work well with more traditional cookers as well as contemporary styles. Slab style hoods with rectangular, horizontal canopies tend to sit well in more modern, sleeker kitchens, as do hoods with curved or straight glass canopies. Some manufacturers - Falmec for example - offer patterned tempered glass hoods.
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