Kitchen Published by Heriberto chucho, Thursday, May 18th 2017, 07:58:56 AM.
In comparison, a fan installed in a kitchen is totally different. While in the bathroom, safety is paramount, the kitchen has much different considerations. Here, there are of course safety regulations, but with the fan likely to be out of reach, away from contact with water, they are much less strict. Here almost the only concern is the amount of air which can be shifted in a second by the fan.
Door Styles There are a number of different door styles, from traditional Shaker to flat to doors with glass panels. The door style will make a significant impact on the overall style of the kitchen. Consider flat doors for a minimalist look or Shaker for a more traditional feel. Custom molding and different finishes can be added to existing doors to create an even more personalized look.
Another fortuitous benefit of the absence of door handles in the kitchen is added safety. A no-fuss kitchen will give you and your family lesser chances to accidentally walk into a protruding handle, get your clothes caught onto the handles, and prevent children from getting hurt on their head.
To be saleable, an extractor fan needs to comply to the safety guidelines set out by industry standards, as well as being above a certain level of quality - an extractor fan has to be able to remove a certain amount of air from the room in a given time in order to qualify to go on sale.
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