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A canopy hood is great for offering an integrated and stylish appliance that looks smart and preserves cleanliness in your kitchen. At Modern Living, we are proud to provide a superb selection of canopy hoods to our customers with some of the best models around from the most reliable brands on the market. If you are someone who needs a quality cooking hood that efficiently extracts air, steam and unwanted odours during cooking or any other similar application, then the canopy hoods we provide are the solutions that you need. We often run regular price promotions on a selection of our products so why not click here to get in touch or alternatively, call us on 01274 541236 for further information.
Canopy Cooker Hoods FAQs
See down below for our most frequently asked questions about canopy cooker hoods.
What is the difference between canopy and integrated cooker hoods?
The difference between the two hoods lies in the positioning of them in your kitchen. A canopy hood is positioned directly underneath your kitchen cabinet. Whereas, an integrated hood is hidden behind a cabinet door and is activated by opening said door.
How do you fit a canopy cooker hood?
Most canopy hoods install inside a wall unit. You use the template to cut out a section underneath that the hood slots into and secures inside using clips. A circular exhaust vent needs to be cut into the opt of the wall unit for the ventilation.
What is a canopy cooker hood?
A canopy cooker hood is one of the more popular models available on the market, being a part of many modern kitchens today. These are designed to fit snug underneath your kitchen cabinet, blending seamlessly into the rest of your kitchen. They are an effective solution to ventilation as well as being an attractive design choice. Offering perhaps the best odour control, canopy hoods are a great choice for any kitchen.
Can I use canopy cooker hood in a ceiling?
No, it not common to use a canopy cooker hood in the ceiling. This is because they are designed to go elsewhere in the kitchen such as underneath cabinets. You can do this, however it would require boxing in. Also, canopy hoods do not have remote controls, which would make operation more difficult.
This is illustrated through the diagram below.