In this buyers guide we aim to provide all the necessary details to enable you to choose the most suitable box style cooker hood for your needs. If you still need assistance after reading our guide please do not hesitate in picking up the phone and giving us a call.
What sizes are available?
Everyone's kitchen is different; from wide, open spaces with huge islands, to the more compact rooms you see in smaller apartments, we know that people require a range of factors from their appliances. But if it's space you're short of, don't worry. We offer box cooker hoods in different sizes which are 60cm, 70cm and 90cm, in order to cater to everyone.
What colours are available?
In simple yet elegant designs, our box cooker hoods are available in stainless steel and black for a contemporary look that'll add instant appeal to your kitchen.
These simple designs and colours mean that they can easily match many of our other products if you are thinking of kitting out your whole kitchen.
How does the appliance perform?
Each of our box cooker hoods here on My Appliances works slightly differently, with a range of features to make your life easier.
Cooking is a breeze thanks to a unique blend of simple design and great performance, our box hoods offers three speed settings via buttons on the front to make handling the hood simple.
The extraction rate for our box cooker hoods range from 400 to 480 m3/hr and with a noise level of 55 dB on all the hoods you are sure to have a peaceful experience when cooking in your kitchen. We quote the maximum noise level.
Well-designed and providing efficient extraction, our great value box hoods will prove a convenient addition to any kitchen.
How is the appliance installed?
Mounted on the wall above a hob, our box cooker hoods are generally mounted using four fixings provided in a handy kit supplied with your appliance. The appliance's adjustable chimney sections are also wall mounted above the body of the hood, offering a connection between the hood and the ceiling.
Installed in a re-circulation mode (active carbon filters fitted to the motor are optional accessories) or in a vented mode using a ducting kit from which the air can be extracted to the outside world. In short, it's an extremely simple process to ensue your new hood is efficiently and running.