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David Bucovy Architect
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Madison Square Apartment
Ideabooks5,269
Questions5
hoods are rated by the cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air they can suck from a room.
David Bucovy ArchitectSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 1. Buy the right vent hood. Vent hoods are rated by the cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air they can suck from a room. While formulas
Buy the right vent hood. Vent hoods are rated by the cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air they can suck from a room. While formulas for determining how much power you’ll need vary, you’ll want to start by acquainting yourself with the basics. There’s no point in buying a hood that’s larger than
generate more heat than electric ones, and thus require more powerful vent hoods. Maxxing out the CFMs isn’t always a good thing. For example, a 1,000-CFM vent hood will suck the air from a 10-by-10-by-10 room in about a minute, then will lose suction unless you have an HVAC system or an open window. So
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Home & Stone
1 Review
Brooklyn Home 2
Ideabooks9,615
Questions7
Donald Grant
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Kraig Kalashian
Turkey Trail
Ideabooks29,301
Questions19
I also want something built like this. I want to hire a local handyman near me, but am afraid that the handyman I hire will be a scam. Any tips?
how handy you are! The whole thing is made from regular wood studs and plywood. I would be more than happy to help you through it or find a local handyman and get you some drawings. You can e-mail me through my web site at ...
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M Valdes Architects PLLC
DIY Shed
Ideabooks4,524
Questions2
When Family Handyman magazine commissioned architect Marcelo Valdes to design a woodshop shed that the average homeowner could construct in one weekend from local lumber store materials, he responded with a concept that stuck to a one-word mantra: "simplicity." “Traditional sheds are always so cottage-y
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M Valdes Architects PLLC
DIY Shed
Ideabooks3,326
Questions2
Have the article from Handyman magazine. It's on the short list of plans.
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Anne Fougeron
Fougeron Architecture
Ideabooks569
Questions5
feature set. If you don't cook on a regular basis, a 300/350-CFM recirculating range hood is an OK choice. However, if you DO need powerful ventilation as well as looks, make sure you choose a range hood in the 600-1000 CFM range. (More than 1000 CFM is often not recommended, due to negative pressure issues
bit of advice: Even though they're very beaufitul, Elica hoods suffer from 3 major drawbacks: 1.) They're underpowered - typically in the 300-450 CFM neighborhood, which is then reduced by at least 30% once the charcoal filter is installed. 2.) Many models cannot be ducted to the outside - recirculating
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The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
Tudor House
Ideabooks11,113
Questions16
Beautiful Kit! How high is the exhaust from cook top? What CFM used?
How high is the hood you created to house the exhaust fan and what CFM will be required at this height? I love everything about this kitchen!
i don;t know which exhaust we used, but it is definitely in the 1200 cfm range - it's a 6 burner gas cooktop... if you go with gas, be careful with the pass through - there is the chance that the chef catches fire :)
hood is a so-called power pack, and available from a number of manufacturers - check with your local appliance center. It was a model with over 1000 cfm's, so it is indeed a rather strong fan, which will make up for the distance above the rangetop. However, as someone mentioned before, the more powerful
“black and white tile” — cinbad12
AlterECO,inc
5 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Kitchen - Cooktop + Sink (KPKM)
Ideabooks3,621
Questions6
the Skylight is 54" wide, giving it a wider capture area than the Cirrus. 4.) Airflow: dual blowers rated at 940 CFM each produce max airflow of 1880 CFM, compared to Broan's stated 500 CFM. 5.) Sones: 7.0 sones is more than twice as loud as 3.2 sones rating of Futuro Futuro blowers. The difference
"Finishes: 430 brushed stainless steel #4" "Width: 110cm (43-3/8")" "Quiet, variable-speed centrifugal blower with high-efficiency motor produces 500 CFM of exhaust" "Sones: Max. 7.0" 1.) All Futuro Futuro range hood products are designed *and made* in Italy. There is no specification of production location
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