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Cooker Hoods

Extract in style with our wide range of cooker hoods,
designed for the modern or traditional kitchen.

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Hassle Free Installation. Expert connection, when we deliver. From £59.99
What style of cooker hood is right for me?
A stylish chimney or island cooker hood makes a real impression in your kitchen, but remember, island units must be fitted to the ceiling above an island hob. If you'd prefer it not to be on show, a canopy, visor or integrated cooker hood would be a perfect choice.
What size cooker hood do I need?
There's no maximum to the size of cooker hood you should go for, although something bigger than you need wouldn't give a better performance. Generally speaking, your hood should be the same width as the hob. For example, a 60cm wide hood would be best suited to a 60cm hob.
Should I duct out or recirculate?
In most homes it's possible to do both, but if you can't access an external wall you'll need to recirculate. Ducting takes the excess steam right out of the house while recirculation sucks it in, cleans it and then returns fresh air to your home. Remember, if you're recirculating you'll need to use carbon (charcoal) filters.
What extraction rate do I need?
Cooker hood extraction is measured in m³/hour and each hood's effectiveness will depend on the size of your kitchen. If you measure the length, width and height of your room in metres, multiply them together and then again by 10, you'll have the rate your room needs. E.g. 3m x 3.5m x 2m = 21m³ (x10) = 210m³.