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Ventilate Your Kitchen Well with a Range Hood from Sears

A functional range hood reduces heat and unwanted odors from your kitchen. Grease and grime from hot pots and pans are sucked in to keep your cooking space cleaner. Sears offers under cabinet range hoods, wall-mounted range hoods, island range hoods and downdraft range hoods. Based on your preferred brand, color family and overall width, you can pick an appliance that ticks all the boxes.

Choose the Right Size:

Apart from the style of the range hood, size is an important factor to consider. The appliance size should match that of your stove or cooktop. A range hood that is too small will not effectively remove smoke, steam and cooking odors, while a range hood that is too large may overpower the room.

Sears offers range hoods with overall width ranging from 17" to 48". As a general rule, the range hood should extend 3" on either side of the cooking surface to provide adequate coverage. So if you have a 30" cooktop, the range hood should be at least 30” wide, but preferably 36" wide to provide sufficient coverage. For example, check out the Broan F403611 36" Range Hood that offers versatile installation convenience.

Prioritize Proper Ventilation

A range hood comes in 2 types: ducted and ductless. A ducted range hood sucks up cooking fumes and smoke, which then travels through the ductwork and gets released outside the house. This is ideal for those who cook frequently or with greasy or pungent foods. On the other hand, a ductless range hood, also known as a recirculating range hood, pulls in the smoke and cooking fumes, which then passes through a filter that traps grease and other particles. The filtered air is then released back into the kitchen.

Consider your cooking habits and the type of food you cook to decide on the range hood type. Check out the Broan F404223 42" Range Hood that can be used as a ducted or ductless system. Sears houses a vast collection of ducted, ductless and ducted and ductless range hoods based on the exhaust type.

Adjustable Fan Speed

Having a range hood with multiple fan speeds allows you to customize the ventilation according to what's cooking. For instance, if you are cooking something that generates a lot of smoke, like frying fish, you can increase the fan speed to ensure that the hood can quickly draw out the smoke and keep your kitchen free from odors. On the other hand, if you are cooking something that does not generate a lot of smoke, like boiling vegetables, you can lower the fan speed and reduce the noise.

When selecting a range hood, consider the size of your kitchen, the type of stove you have, and the type of cooking you typically do. These factors will determine the appropriate CFM rating and number of fan speeds you need. A good rule of thumb is to have at least two fan speeds to choose from. The GE Appliances JVX3300EJES 30" Under The Cabinet Range Hood - Slate has 2 fan speeds for convenient cooking.

The Right Filter Type for Efficiency of the Exhaust System

A high-quality filter traps grease and other particles effectively. With regular maintenance, filters keep the air in your kitchen consistently clean and healthy. Range hoods can have mesh filters, baffle filters or charcoal filters. For example, the Broan F404204 42" Range Hood comes with an aluminum grease filter that is dishwasher-safe.