5 types of extractor hoods according to your installation

If you are thinking of reforming your kitchen or renovating what you already have, you should know that not all are the same and that there are several points to consider before buying it. On the one hand, the aspects

If you are thinking of reforming your kitchen or renovating what you already have, you should know that not all are the same and that there are several points to consider before buying it. On the one hand, the aspects related to the kitchen as a whole: location, distribution of furniture, dimensions of the fire area and the frequency of use; and on the other, to determine the technical characteristics that the hood needs to have: size, engine power, absorption and extraction capacity, and noise level.

Depending on the installation and the way we can differentiate between 5 types of extractor hoods. Discover which one best suits your needs.

1.Decorative wall extractor chambers

They are those bells that are fixed to the wall and are totally visible so they are part of the kitchen decoration. Being independent bells its installation is very simple. Depending on the distribution of kitchen and the desired style you can choose between different types of decorative bells. They can be horizontal or vertical, inclined, pyramidal, rectangular … and of different sizes, finishes and colors.

2. Integrated extraction chambers

In this case the hoods are hidden inside the tall cabinet that is on the cooking plate, being fully integrated. It is an ideal solution for those looking for a uniform kitchen design or minimalist environments. Having the hood integrated into the closet is easier to clean and the sound level is lower. In addition, you can take advantage of the space that is left free inside the furniture for storage.

3.Telescopic or extraplanar extractor chambers

These types of bells are also hidden under a tall piece of furniture or on the countertop together with the plate offering the best performance in the minimum space. At the time of activation, it slides out of its interior (or when stretching from the front) and at the end it is hidden again. It is a type of hood that is unnoticed in the kitchen so it increases the feeling of spaciousness in the space.

4. Island or Peninsula extractor chambers

When the cooking zone is on the island or peninsula, the hood must be installed in the vertical of the stove. Its installation is usually a little more complicated since you have to pass the tube through the false ceiling. However, the final result is very modern and striking, becoming the protagonist of the kitchen. When playing an important role in the design of the kitchen there is a wide variety of models and finishes, so you have to decide on the one that best fits the decorative style.

5. Ceiling extractor hoods

It is used in the same cases as in island bells, but on this occasion the bell is integrated in the ceiling so it is unnoticed leaving the space clear of obstacles. Being further from the plates this type of bells need more power.

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