4,820 Range Hoods and Vents

Range hoods keep your cooking area safe by extracting rising gases, grease and hot air. They also reduce buildup of unsightly residue and provide ventilation while you cook. While their purpose is mainly functional, hoods can also add to the visual design of your kitchen. You can find a kitchen hood in several materials, styles and colors, making their addition to your home seamless. If you’re in the market for a new range hood, here are some helpful tips to get you on the right track: More 
GV 30-Inch Stainless Steel Under Cabinet Range Hood W/Baffle Filter Touch Panel
$399.99 $699.00 · Buy on Houzz
Our Contemporary Europe design range hoods capture the most pollutants, grease, fumes, cooking odors in a quiet way but maintain a strong CFM From 300-900 depends on the style or model you choose. GV products not only provide top notch quality of material, we also offer led lighting, quiet chamber blower,adjustable telescopic chimney. All of our range hoods can convert to ventl...More
“Quiet operation” — joyceaward
AKDY AG-ZAIS3BR Euro Stainless Steel Island Mount Range Hood, 36"
$389 $1,099.00 · More Styles
Featuring a powerful blower that delivers fan speeds up to 870 CFM, the AKDY ZAIS3BR 36 in. Convertible Range Hood in Stainless Steel maintains noise levels as low as 2 sones or less at normal speed, making it easy to maintain a peaceful kitchen atmosphere with less smoke. The hood's touch screen controls make it easy to select variable fan speeds to tackle a wide variety of ve...More
“Hood” — Celeste LaPointe
Cavaliere Wall Mount Hood
$499 $575.00 · Buy on Houzz
Wall Mounted Range Hood with 6 Speeds, Timer Function, LCD Keypad, Grease Filters, and Halogen Lights
“Style” — ilyorih
AKDY AK-Z668IS2 Euro Stainless Steel Island Mount Range Hood, 30", Duct/Pipe
$379 $1,100.00 · More Styles
Elegant European curved glass design that is both beautiful and functional. The airy design is a stunning focal point that complements its surrounding perfectly. AKDY brings you the 668IS2 30" Curved Glass Canopy Island Hood with an 870 CFM Internal Blower. Use this AKDY stainless steel and glass chimney hood to keep your range free of steam and smoke while you cook. This power...More
“hood” — ecmartin
AKDY AG-Z10A3 Euro Stainless Steel Wall Mount Range Hood, 30"
$799 $1,100.00 · More Styles
AKDY products offer the best in contemporary design matched with the latest in appliance technologies to transform the way you live. Sporting a bold, dramatic look and state of the art features, this collection provides the perfect combination of style and innovation throughout your kitchen. The AKDY 10A3 wall mount range hood features 900 CFM centrifugal blower, 6 fan speeds w...More
“hood” — cherylb9
36-in Stainless Steel Island Hood with Flat Glass by Kitchen Bath Collection
The 36-inch island-mounted stainless steel range hood with flat tempered glass by Kitchen Bath Collection features a two-piece adjustable chimney with sleek curved edges, no visible welded seam on any of the four faces of the chimney, touch screen control panel, four LED lights, and three speed settings. It includes a flexible aluminum duct for easy attachment to the ceiling, t...More
“hood” — maureengammon
GV 30-Inch Stainless Steel Wall Range Hood W/Carbon Filter For Ductless Option
$279.99 $499.00 · Buy on Houzz
Our Contemporary Europe design range hoods capture the most pollutants, grease, fumes, cooking odors in a quiet way but maintain a strong CFM From 300-900 depends on the style or model you choose. GV products not only provide top notch quality of material, we also offer led lighting, quiet chamber blower,adjustable telescopic chimney. All of our range hoods can convert to ventl...More
“free shipping, comes with a free carbon filter.” — bigdog52
Cavaliere AP238-PSD Wall Mount Range Hood - 42"
$709 $893.34 · More Sizes
Cavaliere Stainless Steel 230W Wall Mounted Range Hoods with 6 Speeds, Timer Function, LCD Keypad, Stainless Steel Baffle Filters, and Halogen Lights. FEATURES: Wall Mount Range Hood 230W Single Chamber Motor 6 Speeds with Timer 860 CFM Stainless Steel Baffle Filters Tempered Glass Canopy WARRANTY 1 (One) Year. Cavaliere reserves the right to repair, replace or refund any pr...More
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What size range hood do I need?
Your new kitchen hood should be at least as wide as your stove top, but an additional three inches on each side is recommended. If you’re replacing yours, take note of the old model’s size before you go shopping. Sometimes you may not have much leeway thanks to a pre-determined opening in your cabinetry. If this is the case, simply measure the opening from left to right to determine what size will fit.

What’s the difference between a ducted and non-ducted kitchen hood?
The way your new extractor hood vents air is an important consideration. Here are the three most common methods of ventilation:
• Ducted or vented: This method allows you to vent air outside of your house, which is your best option. Keep in mind the shorter your ducts, the more efficient your system will be. If your extractor hood is mounted to an interior wall or on an island, you may want to invest in a more powerful unit to force the air through a longer ductwork system. If you choose to install the ductwork yourself, be aware that you should never vent your exhaust to your attic or basement. Also be sure that the size of your duct is the same as the attachment on your kitchen hood and read any instruction manuals carefully before you get to work.
• Non-ducted, non-vented or recirculated: This style pulls exhaust through a filter that traps irritants before the air flows back into your kitchen. If you choose this style, be sure to swap out your filter every few months to ensure all airborne irritants are captured.
• Convertible: This design allows you to choose between ducted or non-ducted.

What installation methods are available for range hoods?
While the thought of a kitchen hood may bring to mind the style that sits over the top of your stove, there are many different ways range hoods can be installed. Here are some of the more common installation methods:
• Under-cabinet: These hoods are installed beneath the cabinet that sits above your cooktop. They’re excellent space savers and are often paired with a light to help illuminate your cooking area. They can be ducted or non-ducted.
• Wall-mount or chimney: This style is attached to the wall in place of cabinets that would sit above your stove. Since they’re a standalone piece, they’re often available in a wider range of styles and finishes, including ducted and non-ducted.
• Island: These are designed to install on your ceiling, making it easy to place them above an island cooktop.
• Inserts or power packs: These can be installed horizontally in your ceiling or with custom range hoods.
• Downdraft: Another space-saving design, these sit at the back of your stove top and pull the air back and out versus up.

What sound and power levels are best for my extractor hood?
Comparing the level of sound and amount of power introduces a whole new set of vocabulary. Here’s a quick guide to determining the appropriate cubic feet per minute (CFM) and sones:
• Cubic feet per minute (CFM): The power of range hoods is measured in CFM. A higher level CFM means a more powerful unit — perfect for those who cook with strong smelling ingredients or a lot of steam. Overhead range hoods naturally capture rising gas and steam, so you shouldn’t need a high level of CFM. It’s recommended an island-mounted style has at least 50 to 150 CFM for every foot of width, whereas a wall-mount style has 10 to 40 CFM per foot.
• Sones: You can use sones to compare models, but don’t forget that a higher CFM means a higher sone rating. To compare levels easily, keep in mind that a normal conversation rates about four sones, while light automobile traffic rates around eight sones.

What types of kitchen exhaust fan styles are available?
A kitchen exhaust fan is another way to rid your cooking area of steam, gas and smells. They typically come in either a rotary or centrifugal style. Rotary styles are similar to your traditional bladed fans and are an affordable option, though they can be noisier. A centrifugal exhaust fan tends to be quieter, moves more air and works best with ducted hoods.
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