Wall Mounted Range Hoods: A Must-Have for Modern Kitchens
Cooking can quickly turn from a pleasant hobby or activity to a nightmare. Preparation bowls and plates pile up, frying pans flare, and ovens smoke. Even well-trained chefs—be they in a home or restaurant—need help. While we can’t cook, clean, or shop for ingredients for you, we can help with the process.
A range hood is more than just a vent or a fan. While its most obvious function is to remove any smokes and smells that might accumulate while cooking, it also helps capture and trap airborne grease particulates. When grease cools down after cooking, it tends to settle on surfaces. After a while, your cabinets, stove top, and counters will start to show a greasy, unclean sheen. Our range hoods can snag that grease before it has a chance to set and build up, instead storing it in a trap for easy cleaning later.
Wall Mounted Range Hoods
When you picture a range hood, a singular image probably pops into your head: that of a metal rectangular under cabinet range hoods, nestled neatly between some wall-mounted cabinets. While it’s a classic look, not every kitchen has cabinets directly over a stove. If you’ve got ample space elsewhere in your kitchen, it can be beneficial to keep the space above your kitchen range clear of excess wood, storage, and utensils. But what about the range hood?
That’s where our selection of wall-mounted range hoods comes into the picture. These units are designed to stand alone without the cover of cabinets with ducting and styles that are sure to stand out all on their own. You won’t be able to hide these range hoods, but you won’t need to. Crisp lines and high-quality materials make these units a work of art that’ll look fantastic in any kitchen, positioned perfectly above ranges.
All of our range hoods are designed to fit your every need. A wide variety of CFM (cubic foot per minute) ratings allow you to pick and choose the unit that best suits your cooking and kitchen needs. No ducts to the outside? No problem. Some of our units are designed for kits that convert them into recirculating range hoods, where they’ll simply filter, clean, and return your kitchen air rather than send it straight outdoors. Which option you decide to go for may be up to a personal preference or how your existing kitchen is already laid out.Either way, we’ve got you covered. The same is true of your power preference. If you tend to cook high temperature recipes that produce a lot of natural smoke, smells, and greases, a higher-powered fan may be the best for you. However, with higher powers and fan speeds often come higher noise levels. It may be tempting to select the most powerful option, but a range hood that surpasses your needs might ultimately require larger duct work, more space, or earplugs.
No matter what you decide on, we’ve got you covered. Check out our selection of wall-mounted range hoods now.