There are many unique features of our corbel range hoods. Please review this description in its entirety before completing your purchase.
Hoodsly’s wood range hoods come in an array of designs and colors to match your kitchen perfectly. Get your wood range hood in raw, primed/paint ready, or stained/painted. Choose one of our trending colors or match your kitchen with a custom color choice. Designed to be both elegant and effective, each wood range hood was built with our Proprietary Two-Piece Construction for easy installation, allowing for simple cleaning and easy access to fan and ducting.
The overall hood width must exceed your cooktop by a minimum of 6″. The corbel cannot be over any portion of the cooking surface. You must confirm local code requirements before purchasing a hood with corbels, in some cases, there is an additional clearance that is required for spacing around the cooking surface. Because of the minimum space requirement, we do not offer the corbel hood in a 30″ width. The corbels will arrive detached from the hood and will require installation on-site. The corbels come pre-notched to work seamlessly with the spacing on our hood. Corbel hoods require a solid bottom, which is automatically included on the order. The opening for ventilation will need to be cut to fit during installation.
Our hoods are made from cabinet-grade plywood with a white maple veneer and the height is trimmable by up to 6″ to allow for the perfect custom height. The stainless strapping is a thin layer overlaying the wood trim.
IMPORTANT STAIN INFORMATION: Hoodsly is not responsible for improper staining or painting techniques used to finish a raw hood. We strongly suggest spraying a professional-grade, pre-catalyzed lacquer, from brands such as Gemini, Mohawk, ML Campbell, and Acroma Pro. Wiping Stains, such as Minwax, are not recommended and we highly suggest using a professional product and method. Wiping stains can cause inconsistent staining during the application of the stain. Wood filler, pin nails, knots, mineralization, and multi-dimensional graining are commonly used in our build methods and are not considered defects.
Hood liners and blowers are sold separately and in many cases will ship separately from the wood hood.
IMPORTANT WOODWORKING INFORMATION: You should choose a licensed electrician, and/or HVAC Contractor, and a cabinet installation professional to assist with the install. Above all, ensure you are meeting all building codes in your area. While this installation is not difficult, you must have electrical, ventilation, and finish carpentry skills. You may need to cut, sand, chisel, remove “ribs”, install supports and other basic woodworking functions to complete the install.
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