Designer DS4 - Custom Range Hood
The best way to to keep your kitchen, and your family, safe from unsightly cooking grease, excessive moisture, and additional heat, is by installing a high-quality range hood in your kitchen. To do that, look no further than CopperSmith's Designer DS4. With multiple options for styles and textures, our talented artisans can handcraft a ventilation solution for your kitchen. One of the best solutions we can offer you is one of our customer favorites, the Designer DS4.
Our Designer DS4 features a modern box design that is bound to dazzle in an open floorplan. Additionally, it boasts integrated channels that only serve to add to its modern design. This design allows for you to duct the materials you wish to ventilate outside of your home, rather than circulating them throughout the room until they dissipate. Additionally, you can choose to mount many of our hoods on the wall, or even over your island, to ensure that you make the choice that best suits your existing interior design choices. Finally, you'll be pleased to know that our range hoods' quality is such that it minimizes the overall sound produced by the range hood, so your guests won't even know you have it running in the background.
Why does CopperSmith recommend using copper in your home? That's a great question! Aside from the inherent beauty and elegance that you can bring to your home using copper as a building material, we know that copper will stand the test of time. That's why we utilize thick, hand-hammered copper, that is considered particularly elite--this ensures that your copper appliances will stand the test of time, over and over again.
One of the most important things you'll want to understand about copper when selecting copper appliances is how thickness works. We're so programmed to believe that the higher the number, the thicker the material must be, right? Well, in this case, wrong. The smaller the gauge number when it comes to copper, the thicker the overall material, and the more durable that it ultimately is. For example, thirty-six gauge copper is extremely bendable, can be cut with a pair of scissors, and is known for denting easily. For this reason, such copper is often used in electrical work. On the other hand, sixteen gauge copper is copper than can withstand the weight of an entire person! Now, which one do you want your range hood constructed out of? Certainly, we recommend the thicker material, and that's exactly what we utilize.