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CFM - An Explanation

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When selecting a range hood, it is important to choose the correct size. CFM ... or cubic feet of air moved per minute ... is used to measure the size of a range hood. Selecting a range hood / blower's capacity needs to consider stove type, kitchen size, and ductwork. Let's look at how to determine CFM requirements.

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Range Hood Options

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Our last post focused on the benefits of range hoods ... removing airborne contaminants, steam, and heat from your home. The next question is determining the style of range hood to select for your home. We will focus on the three common range hood designs in this blog ... wall mount/chimney style, microwave/undercabinet, and ceiling mounted.

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Do I Need a Range Hood?

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When choosing appliances for a kitchen renovation, range hoods are often overlooked. It is important to understand the purpose of range hoods, the various designs CFM requirements and venting options to avoid buyers' remorse.  Keep reading to learn more about range hood details.

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Quartz is Not Just for Countertops

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Stainless steel sinks continue to be used in the vast majority of kitchen remodeling projects. While hard to tell exactly, one sink manufacturer estimates stainless steel represents approximately 70% of all sink purchases. 

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Why Quartz Countertops?

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Over the last couple of years, the popularity of quartz countertops has increased significantly. The majority of our clients are choosing quartz, instead of granite, solid surface, or laminate for their kitchen or bathroom projects.

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Keeping the Peace

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A kitchen remodel can be complicated enough without the addition of drama.  Cranky neighbors and spiteful construction workers can make your project go from disruptive to torturous in a hurry. 

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Staying Clean During Your Remodel

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The amount of dust and dirt that accumulates during a kitchen renovation can be alarming. While you cannot stop it completely, you can prepare for it. Here are a few tips ... 

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Staying Safe

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To stay perfectly safe during a kitchen remodel, you should probably move into a different home. Unfortunately, most of us don't have that luxury.

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Packing for The Remodel

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You've most likely packed up belongings for a move, so you will understand how the first part of this process works: gather as many clean, sturdy boxes as you need. The tricky part of packing is deciding what to box up, what to keep out, and what to take to Goodwill. 

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Kitchen In A Box

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For today’s lifestyle, the kitchen is the hub of family activity. During a kitchen remodel, the lack of a usable kitchen poses many challenges.

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