Custom kitchen and bath cabinetry for Northern California
(aka Bradley Custom Cabinets)
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Danville Client Testimonials 2018
by Steve B on May 1st, 2018

Happy May Everyone,
Were happy to be close to wrapping up our final videos on our successful Danville project.    
As they say...there is no better way to talk yourself up than NOT do it...and let others sing your praises.  In this day of self promotion, loud voices and "look at me" means all the more to have happy clients who do the talking for us.   
We thank homeowners Megan and Ryan for their encouraging words and remind you that we are here to help you realize your dream bath, kitchen or custom cabinetry project.   If you can scribble notes on a napkin...or notepad...we can brainstorm some innovative designs and/or solutions for you.   

Everything You Want To Know About Hoods

​The device is known as an extractor hood in the UK, as a range hood in the United States, and as a rangehood in Australia. It is also called a kitchen, stove, exhaust, cooker, vent, or ventilation hood. Other names include cooking canopy, extractor fan, fume extractor, and electric chimney.

​Extractor hoods controls are typically electronic, though some lower-end models use electro mechanical controls. Extractor hoods with electronic controls can offer remote control, motorized height adjustment, thermal sensor, overheat protection, boost mode, delayed shut-off, filter cleaning reminder, active noise cancellation, temperature display, user presets (memory), and so on.

Extractor hoods may be made from a variety of materials, including: stainless steel, copper, bronze, nickel silver, zinc, tempered glass, wood, aluminum, brass, heat-resistant plastics, and more.  Typically custom hoods are made from wood with metal, copper or light weight steel used as a protective and easier to clean interior liner. 

NFPA 96 Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking says that mesh filters shall not be used. It requires that "Listed" grease filters shall be tested in accordance with UL 1046, Standard for Grease Filters for Exhaust Ducts.  



​​Address: ​878 Howe Road #B
Martinez, CA. 94553

​Phone: (925) 229-3199
Email Link Here or fill out our online contact form


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Jim Laird - May 2nd, 2018 at 9:41 AM
good testimonials. I'll be calling you guys
Steve B - May 2nd, 2018 at 9:43 AM
Thanks Jim
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