Custom kitchen and bath cabinetry for Northern California
(aka Bradley Custom Cabinets)
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Danville Project Final Walkthru 2018
by Steve B on August 8th, 2018

​Happy August Everyone,  The summer has been very busy for us and were posting our final video blog for our successful Danville/Blackhawk project.  In this episode, homeowner Megan sings our praises while we showcase some of the unique features of the build...including custom island, custom office nook/recipe desk, (located just off the kitchen,) new lower and upper cabinets and our handcrafted range hood/exhaust fan.  Were really happy with the final results. 

We did this project with our General Contractor friends at Benchmark Construction and are happy that it turned out so well.  Remember folks...if you like what you see, let us know.  We can make it happen for you. 
Did You Know...
​An exhaust hood, extractor hood, or range hood is a device containing a mechanical fan that hangs above the stove or cook-top in the kitchen. It removes airborne grease, combustion products, fumes, smoke, odors, heat, and steam from the air by evacuation of the air and filtration.[1] In commercial kitchens exhaust hoods are often used in combination with fire suppression devices so that fumes from a grease fire are properly vented and the fire is put out quickly. Commercial vent hoods may also be combined with a fresh air fan that draws in exterior air, circulating it with the cooking fumes, which is then drawn out by the hood.
In most exhaust hoods, a filtration system removes grease (the grease trap) and other particles. Although many vent hoods exhaust air to the outside, some recirculate the air to the kitchen. In a recirculating system, filters may be used to remove odors in addition to the grease.

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