Published at Sunday, 03 February 2019. Kitchen Window and Ventilation Hood. By Osvald Henriksen.
I got a copy of the GE Monogram installation instructions, and discovered that they were remarkably unhelpful. Astonishingly, the instructions make no mention of the range hood’s requirement for makeup air. The issue was deflected by a confusing reminder that combustion appliances require adequate combustion air: “Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion and exhausting of gases through the flue (chimney) of fuelburning equipment to prevent backdrafting.”
Traditional window designs work for most homes but allowing yourself to think outside the box can really spark your creative ability and pay off in the long run. Instead of using a cookie-cutter treatment sometimes using everyday materials in unexpected ways can change the style of your kitchen from looking like a affordable feature to an expensive one without breaking your bank. We put together a few ideas for kitchen window treatments that might help you make your decision.
As houses have become better insulated, and with high-BTU commercial-style ranges ever more popular, proper ventilation has become an increasingly important issue. Picking the right hood requires you to take into account the power of your range and the way you use it, but it's also a huge style decision for your kitchen.
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