If you're in the market for a new chimney range hood, you've come to the right place. It's easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer amount of chimney range hoods available, especially since they all look somewhat similar. Since range hoods are an important and very visible part of your kitchen, the decision to buy a specific range hood is an important one. That's why we at Rangehoodguide.com have put the best chimney range hoods of 2020 in one list.
Not everyone wants (or has the space for) a chimney range hood. If you're looking for something more compact yet stylish, you might want to opt for an under cabinet range hood. Check out the best under cabinet range hoods of 2020, bundled together in this Top 5.
As you probably know already, cooking islands generally need a different kind of range hood (most range hoods are meant to be installed against your kitchen wall). To save you time researching different range hoods, we have made a top 5 of the best cooking island range hoods.
So, you're looking for a new range hood, but you don't know where to start. You've read a couple of other websites, but they're either too technical or don't go into detail enough. You might even have thought about hiring someone to take care of it, but you know they will charge you more than the cost of a new range hood. Don't worry, you've come to the right place. This range hood buying guide will tell you everything you'll need to know about picking a range hood. It even includes a free downloadable PDF, which will take care of all the math. The best part is that it's entirely FREE! All you will need is a tape measure, a piece of string, a pen and paper.
You’ve probably looked at a few range hood models and kept running into the abbreviation ‘CFM.’ Since you’ve seen it repeatedly, you figured it must be important. Well, you’re right! So, what does CFM mean for range hoods?
We all know that range hood filters are a pain to clean. The grimy, greasy residue seems almost impossible to remove. Luckily, there are some hidden secrets when it comes to degreasing your range hood filters. Nope, it's not baking soda (as you will find out, using baking soda is not advised)! Check out this article and you'll never have to worry about cleaning your range hood filters again.