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Zephyr Cares About Clean Air In The Kitchen

For the past 25 years, we have been pushing the boundaries and continuously evolving to deliver the highest ventilation performance in the kitchen. We care for our customers and their families by keeping their needs front and center in all that we do — and a healthy kitchen is a huge part of that. We are committed to reducing exposure to indoor air pollutants through powerful blowers, advanced ventilation technology, and innovative features designed to deliver peace of mind.

The kitchen has always been a haven of home life. It is our sanctuary and the most used room in the home. And these past few years, the kitchen has evolved even more into a center for gathering, working, entertaining, and expressive living. Zephyr understands that clean air in the kitchen leads to a healthier and more productive home for the entire family and anyone that spends time in our kitchens.

Strong ventilation is an investment in health and wellness for the entire family. Most people don’t realize it, but a household of four produces one gallon of cooking grease a year. Without proper ventilation, the family is exposed to indoor air pollutants from gas stoves, mold and mildew build up in the kitchen. Grease and grime ends up on cabinetry, walls, window treatments and upholstery.

Our kitchen hoods are designed to provide a more comfortable living space and a healthier home environment. It starts at the very beginning when our products are first designed and that — our products are engineered with the most powerful blowers, cutting edge technology, and innovative design. Our commitment to clean air continues every time somebody turns on their hood when cooking.

At Zephyr, we strive to push the boundaries of performance and technology, keeping the needs of our customers at the core of everything we do. Our customers handle the cooking and we’ll take care of the clean air.

For more information on the importance of indoor air quality, visit Berkeley Lab.