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  • Went for flatter ducting so that it’s easier to box in later if I wanted.

    Couldn’t run it right in the corner of the wall because there is a plate for the steel beam, knocking out bricks close to it didn’t seem wise.

    Extractor is Max 1350m³/hr so needed larger than normal ducting.

  • Is the hob on an island?

    A ceiling extractor and ducting in your ceiling makes sense, though it’s a fairly messy job, cutting and repairing plasterboard, etc.
    You can have it recirculating but you would still need power to it.

    Embedded counter extractors are fancy, but expensive, and obliterate under hob storage/drawer space.

  • The ducting would have been a much more complex job if the hob and extractor didn’t share a wall with my garage.


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