Why Ventilation Matters

It is estimated that the average family of four produces up to one gallon of grease every year during the process of cooking.

A properly ventilated kitchen increases indoor air-quality by removing cooking contaminants before they mix into your cabinets, walls, drapery, clothes and carpet, as well as excess cooking heat, moisture and household chemical vapors from the kitchen, such as cleaning detergents and oily odors.

In short, good kitchen ventilation removes any airborne particles that may adversely affect the health of you or your loved ones, the durability of your kitchen surfaces and refreshes the air you breathe.