Clean Air Guaranteed
Ever felt suffocated when home makers finished preparing meals? This is usually due to excessive grease and oil that permeates the air. This is where the hood comes into action where it acts as a suction to these oily and unwanted particles in the air and release them outside.
Removal of Unwanted Heat
This is more for the cooker themselves. Avid cookers would understand the frustration of surging smoke going through their face - it's annoyingly uncomfortable. Thus, having a hood helps to remove the heat whether through suction or a fan blower depending on its model design.
Sticking to the traditional way of placing your hood - which is above your stove - it is highly recommended that your cooking hood is the same size of your stove or slightly larger. Consequently, this enables your hood to be more efficient when it comes to heat suction and trapping grease and stench from your cooking.
Ventilation and Filter
Every house is different when it comes to ventilation, for instance, an apartment would best fit a ducless hood for the most optical ventilation while bungalows have their own specific type when it comes to hood (usually mentioned by the manufacturer)
Types of hoods and which best fits your kitchen
After going over the essentials of a hood, know that there are different types of hoods and here are a general few of the many that buyers can consider when picking the ideal hood for their kitchen.
Products below are based on its' width dimension.