TLDR; Most Common Range Hood Installation Scenarios (English)
4 Most Common Types of Range Hood Installation Scenarios
Please take a look at the scenarios below and see which setup your kitchen has. About 90% of our customers' kitchen fall under one of these four scenarios.
If your kitchen's setup is different from any of the scenarios we have described here, feel free to email us photos of your kitchen to email@example.com and we will be able to provide you with a recommendation.
*Must have existing 6" or larger ducting.*
the entire ductwork would need to be changed to round.
The entire ductwork would be need to be changed to at least a 6" opening with 6" ducting.
Often chosen when openings on walls are not possible/desired. *Must have windows that can slide up and down or left and right.*
For most installations, professionals would use a plexiglass or acrylic material for the board.
yes, if you do not prefer the exposed look, you may hire a contractor to place drywall covering around the ductwork.
Besides the clear board, you will also need ducts as well as wall vent. A wall vent is the piece between the duct and the clear board, it usually comes in aluminum or plastic.
Wall mount simply means that the hood is installed on the wall, rather than under the cabinet.
Scenario #4: Microwave
You will need to remove your microwave - you will not be able to keep your microwave while trying to install a Pacific range hood.
There are two setups: take a look at the photos to see which setup your kitchen has:
Commonly Used Tools You Will Need:
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