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.
Extractors don't need to be directly above hobs to be effective.
I thought above one (cooker hood ) is the most effective at removing grease and smell from the kitchen, are the wall mounted one that much better?
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