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BOSCH DFS067A51B cooker hood

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£409.00

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BOSCH DFS097A51B cooker hood

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£529.00

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BOSCH DHL575C 3 speed Hood Brushed Steel

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£529.00

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BOSCH DHL785C 3 speed Hood Brushed Steel

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£609.00

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AEG DLE0630W Island Hood White

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£1599.00

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SIEMENS LF91BUV50B Hood

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£1489.00

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BOSCH DWB94BC50B Hood

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£469.00

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BOSCH DWG94BC50B Hood

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£569.00

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SIEMENS LC94PBC50B Hood

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£349.00

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Our selection of cooking hoods includes the latest models from all the leading brands, including Belling cooker hoods and the pick of the Neff range of cooker hoods. Refine your search to find a hood with your favoured noise level, from 60+ db to whisper quiet hoods with a rating of less than 45 db. You can also pick from a range of sizes, enabling precise integration into your kitchen. An effective, well-integrated cooking hood is vital component of any kitchen, ensuring that the cooking environment remains well ventilated and free of unwanted vapours all the time. The right hood will enable you to enjoy unhindered cooking and the freedom to get creative in your kitchen – explore our extensive range today.

FAQ QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS


1. How Are Type I Hoods and Type II Hoods Different?

• Type I Hoods. Type I ventilation hoods are required to be installed above cooking equipment that produce grease or smoke.
• Type II Hoods. Type II hoods are often called oven hoods or condensate hoods.
• A Bit More on Hood Configurations.

Why are hoods important?

Hoods of all styles are designed to remove odours, irritants and grease that are expelled into the air. Once a hood has been turned on, the polluted air is filtered up through a fan that is either recirculated or carried outside.

3. Is a range hood necessary?

Yes. A range hood keeps cooking exhaust, chemicals, and smoke out of your kitchen. It improves your indoor air quality and streamlines your cooking experience. Depending on where you live, a range hood may be required by your building codes.

4. How far should range hood be from cooktop?

No matter which type of range you have, there should be no more than 36 inches between the cooktop's surface and the start of the range hood. Installing a range hood too high above a stovetop will decrease ventilation capabilities.

5. Do range hoods have to go to the ceiling?

Keep in mind that while Range Hoods that go to the ceiling provide the most room for frontal décor, wreaths can also be hung on wall Range Hoods.

6. Can you have a stove without a hood?

It is not safe to cook without a range hood. Everyday cooking produces harmful contaminants including carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and more. Without proper ventilation, these toxins sit in your kitchen and move to other areas of your home.

7. What is ductless range hood?

A ductless range hood, also called a recirculating range hood, is an excellent way to improve the air quality in kitchens without a duct system. These hoods clear the air by filtering out smoke and particles before recirculating the clean air throughout the kitchen.