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    Ventilation is often overlooked in a kitchen plan, but you do not want a poorly ventilated kitchen. Learn the best applications for pro ranges, downdrafts or nice looking European inspired models. It is not expensive to properly exhaust your kitchen. We will even show you how to vent and duct out of your home efficiently. Well over 200,000 people have read a Yale Guide.

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    Internal, In-Line and External Blowers (Reviews)

    One of the most important elements in a kitchen design is the ventilation.   Choosing the style is one thing, but insuring the hood will provide adequate ventilation is essential. If the vent...

    Downdraft vs. Island Hood Ventilation (Reviews/Ratings)

    So what do you want your kitchen to look like? Do you want a cooktop and downdraft or the flexibility of a whole range and a professional hood. They are two very different visuals and both can work...

    What Is Make-Up Air? (Definitions / Solutions)

    In newly engineered homes with hoods over 400 CFM, there is a new code dictating air replenishment. Although this code has been on the books since 2009, there are inpectors now enforcing it. Code 1503.4:...

    Best Stainless Steel Kitchen Appliance Packages (Reviews / Ratings / Prices)

    So, you are buying a full suite of appliances for your kitchen. It is not easy researching each unit, but there is a better way. Consider buying by brand. This strategy works because all your appliances...

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