Extraction at Appliance city
Choosing the right cooker hood for your new kitchen is an important decision, don’t underestimate the impact that it will have on the overall design as it is often the main focal point.
We offer a stunning selection of chimney hoods, island hoods and stylish designer models to suit every taste. If you want a more minimalist look you may choose to integrate a telescopic hood, downdraft extractor or canopy hood. Use the filter on the left hand side to narrow your search or click one of the popular links below.
Designed to be mounted on the wall above your cooker or hob this type of hood would usually be ducted out through the wall or recirculated using charcoal filters. With over six hundred models available in a variety of colours and sizes you are sure to find the right one for you.
A canopy hood is designed to fit into a chimney breast or wall unit offering a flush fitted design. We would recommend that you duct outside for maximum effect, with extraction rates up to 1600 cubic metres per hour they are ideal for use above a range cooker in a traditional kitchen design.
This type of extractor is usually built into an island unit behind the hob and when switched on it rises electronically from the work surface. It works by pulling the steam and cooking smells horizontally from the area and pushing the air down below the work surface through ducting.
This type of cooker hood is designed to hang from the ceiling above an island unit. There are some incredible designs available with excellent low voltage lighting to create an amazing focal point in your kitchen. These units can usually be ducted through an outside wall or recirculated.
Telescopic hoods can be fitted so that they are invisible once installed. All you see when they are working is a narrow stainless-steel trim beneath the wall unit. The perfect fit for a minimalistic kitchen. The slim, pull-out canopy extracts kitchen vapours effectively from the kitchen.
This style of cooker hood fits seamlessly into your kitchen. Hidden behind a cupboard door above your hob, this cooker hood requires its own space between two of your existing cabinets. It requires being pulled open (like a cupboard door) for use, then pushed back when you’re finished.
Conventional cooking hoods are either rear or top ducted and come in a width of 60cm or 90cm. They come in a range of colours and styles to match the look of your new kitchen and fit into the wall above your hob or cooker. This style hood isn’t as discreet as other cooker hood options.