Island mount range hoods are designed for use over your island cooktop and are hung from the ceiling. Island range hoods are finished on all sides and tend to be slightly more expensive than other range hood styles because of the extra material. All CopperSmith island range hoods are custom-made to your specifications. It’s important to take careful consideration when designing your island range hood to ensure that the unit will be at the proper height to accommodate both ventilation functionality and visibility in the kitchen when guests congregate.
Island stovetops allow homeowners to be more mobile in the kitchen while enjoying a sleek, modern look. CopperSmith's island range hoods fit over island cooktops to keep the kitchen feeling fresh, cool, and clean.
You can customize any of our original island range hood styles to complement the kitchen's décor and architectural choices. Browse our handcrafted island range hoods to find the ideal design for your kitchen renovation project.
Why Island Range Hoods?
An island range hood is a must-have feature for any kitchen with an island cooktop. For one, the range hood can ensure proper airflow around the kitchen. Ourrange hoods for kitchen islands connect to the home's ductwork through the ceiling to remove fumes, smoke, or hot air so fresh air can fill the space. We also offer telescoping chimneys to reach even the highest kitchen ceilings.
Island range hoods can also enhance the kitchen's appearance. Island cooktops are in vogue for modern kitchens, and our island range hoods help homeowners achieve the style while enjoying a comfortable kitchen. Plus, our range hoods have dozens of customization options. You can choose finishes and accessories that complement the rest of the room for a cohesive aesthetic.
The Right Range Hood for the Kitchen
Luxury kitchens look their best when each element complements the next, and the range hood is a great place to start. As one of the kitchen's largest features, the range hood can lay the groundwork for the overall look. CopperSmith gives you complete control over your island range hood's design so it looks just right for the setting.
When you choose an islandrange hood, you can customize its texture, finish, and size. You can also accessorize with rivets and straps that blend with or accent the hood's finish. Then, you'll see a detailed 3D rendering of your range hood for your approval. Customize an island range hood with CopperSmith for the precision you need to design a magnificent contemporary kitchen.
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Quality, speed, and flexibility are crucial to client satisfaction. CopperSmith is here to give homeowners the freedom they need to complete elegant kitchen projects that are everything they hoped for.
You can order island range hoods through our site feeling confident that the finished product will be the right fit in terms of style, size, and function. Plus, our convenient delivery options can ensure you receive the range hood when and where you need it, allowing you to complete each project on schedule.
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CopperSmith island range hoods offer incredible style, durability, and function. Browse our Custom,Artisan, Modern, Designer, and Signature looks, then customize your selection to receive the ideal hood.
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Have questions about island range hoods? See if they're answered below!
Does an island range need a hood?
All cooking needs a proper hood. Whether your cooktop is along a wall, on an island, or outdoors, it will produce harmful fumes as well as heat and moisture that can have an adverse effect on your living space (and any wood or furniture nearby). An island hood captures the exhaust generated from your range, filtering it either outdoors entirely or else through a heavy-duty charcoal filter before recirculation.
How big should my island range hood be?
As a general rule, your hood should be as large or larger than your cooktop but never smaller. This ensures an effective capture of the airborne pollutants in question. Increasing the size of island hoods slightly beyond the size of the stovetop can improve this capture, so you may want to design a hood to be a few inches wider than your range.
Which type of hood is suitable for an island-style kitchen?
All of World CopperSmith's island mount range hoods are suitable for island-style kitchen ranges. Choose from a plethora of styles, finishes, specifications, and gorgeous details to create a range hood that not only protects your air quality, but becomes a beautiful centerpiece for your kitchen, whether in copper, brass, or stainless steel. All hoods and insert fans come with built-in lighting and intuitive, world-class design, so you can dispel the bath of polluted air with ease and style.
Does a range hood have to vent outside?
Your range hood can be either ducted or ductless. A ducted hood vents outside through a passage of ductwork installed in your walls. A ductless hood filters your kitchen air in-unit, recirculating clean air without the need for ductwork.
A ducted hood may have a more complicated installation, but ultimately removes heat better than a ductless hood and does so with less regular maintenance (ie: filter changes). A ducted hood is simpler to install but will require monthly filter cleaning to keep it in top working order.
Do ductless range hoods remove smoke?
A ductless hood will filter smoke, removing the harmful airborne particulates that stain items and irritate our lungs. A ductless range, by nature of its recirculation, does not fully remove the heat and moisture created by a kitchen. For some, this is not an issue. If you're unsure of whether your hood should be ducted or ductless, reach out to our customer service for advice.
Who installs island range hoods?
Because range hood installation involves ductwork and electrical wiring, we strongly recommend that you hire an HVAC professional to install your World CopperSmith range hood - someone with the tools and experience to make the process seamless. Depending on your area and the nature of your installation, this widely available service can cost between $200-600.