Tag: vent hood

Choosing a Range Vent Hood

Choosing a Range Vent Hood

[ 0 ] February 18, 2013 |

Range Hood Guidelines Common Sense Range Vent Hood Evaluation Tools A. Requirements Ventilation objectives. Range hoods perform many functions. Sometimes hood vents are used merely to circulate air in the kitchen. Usually, they are needed to remove cooking odors, vapors, particulates, and moisture from the air over the cooktop surface. It's important to consider the […]

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Highlights from the Builder Show (IBS)

Highlights from the Builder Show (IBS)

[ 0 ] January 28, 2013 |

New Appliances and Plumbing from IBS Coming Soon to Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center The 2013 IBS – International Builder Show was held in Las Vegas on Jan. 21-24. Over 60,000 builders and trade related customers attended. Here are a few of the new appliance and plumbing items that were shown at this annual expo. […]

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Downdraft Ventilation Options from Faber

Downdraft Ventilation Options from Faber

[ 0 ] January 13, 2013 |

Faber earns Consumers Digest Best Buy Scirocco range hood by Faber is again a “Best Buy” winner in the range hood category. The Scirocco won the Mid-range selection best buy in range hoods for the second time in a row. The magazine defines the Mid-range category as: “A product that offers many popular features and […]

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Viking Brigade Ranges – Restaurant style for your home

Viking Brigade Ranges – Restaurant style for your home

[ 0 ] November 15, 2012 |

You would have to open a restaurant to cook with more power. Coming soon – Viking Brigade. The Viking Brigade appliance series is inspired by Viking's commercial appliance line, but built for your home. Sharing features that restaurants and professional chefs demand, Viking Brigade ranges will be available in a choice of looks including a […]

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Making the right choice for kitchen ventilation

Making the right choice for kitchen ventilation

[ 0 ] July 8, 2012 |

One of the last kitchen appliance choices that customers make is often the ventilation system. It is, nevertheless, a very important choice. The reason that the kitchen is the most frequently painted room in a house is because of wall discoloration or grease buildup, often caused by ineffective ventilation. The considerations on choosing your hood […]

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Spring Cleaning: Tackling the vent hood

Spring Cleaning: Tackling the vent hood

[ 0 ] April 5, 2012 |

Ever wonder what happens to the smoke, grease, and particulates from your frying pan when you’re rustling up some Italian sausage and onions? Well it doesn’t literally go “up in smoke”. It goes up through your vent hood where a filter captures odor, grease, moisture, and other airborne particulates. Your hood is either vented outside […]

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Spring cleaning for your appliances.

Spring cleaning for your appliances.

[ 0 ] March 30, 2012 |

Spring is in the air. But before you rush out to frolic among the daisies, there is that other thing that comes with the season – Spring Cleaning. We’ve been consulting our experts and have some really good appliance¬†cleaining¬†tips to give you that will save you time and money and make your appliances sparkle. Another […]

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