Custom Vent Range Hood
Why do you need a range hood in your kitchen? For a vast variety of reasons. First of all, range hoods allow you to commit to a specific level of comfort within your kitchen. Have you ever joked about slaving over a hot stove? You worked up that sweat because the heat in your kitchen was staying exactly where it was created, over your stove, and on your brow. With a high quality range hood, like the Euro ES9, you can remove that heat from your home entirely, ensuring that you maintain a comfortable temperature while you prepare a meal for your family.
Need another reason to invest? Range hoods are able to provide additional light that offers a functional purpose while you are cooking and an aesthetic purpose by lightening up your kitchen. This proper light can prevent harmful mistakes and allow you to see better as you are cleaning, resulting in a neat and tidy kitchen at the end of the evening.
Range hoods are some of the most valuable, but oft underutilized kitchen appliances. But you don't have to make that mistake. Buy a Euro ES9 to bring a gorgeous, seven-sided European design home to your kitchen today.
Curious to learn more about the beauty of copper? Aside from being the product we are creating our gorgeous range hoods from, copper is a material with an abundant, thousands year history that is worthy of consideration. As with any material this gorgeous, CopperSmith products are made from a variety of types of copper, in order to create different looks and feels--for example, we use unfinished, virgin copper to create one finish and recycled copper to create another. Additionally, you can add tones of vibrant copper colors by heating the product over an open fire, as we do at CopperSmith.
You'll want to take steps to learn the quality of your copper when purchasing copper range hoods. (Spoiler alert: the team at CopperSmith only uses the highest-quality materials, so you should have no concerns there!) However, it can never hurt to be educated about the product you are investing in. Consider the thickness of your product--the lower the gauge number, the thicker the product, and the more durable it will be over time. Copper is naturally pure, but it is standard to add one percent zinc to create additional strength. Finally, construction-grade torque is an important element to long-lasting, authentic, copper products, so never be afraid to ask how your product was constructed.