Installing Air Conditioning into kitchens in Surrey is becoming one of the top design trends for modern homes. In this article, we take a look into air conditioning and ventilation systems for residential kitchens.
What to Consider When Installing Air Conditioning Units or Ventilation System Into Your Residential Kitchen
After the COVID pandemic, having a well-venitalted kitchen will not only help give you peace of mind when having friends and family over to visit but you’ll also notice that it changes the way your room feels. Your kitchen should be the hub of your home and while you are creating delicious food and entertaining, clean air will keep you and the family feeling clean and healthy. If you are building a new home or remodelling your existing kitchen then now is a great time to book in a consultation with our residential air conditioning system design team to discuss your options. Air Ventilation systems will help to provide a clean, sterile environment in the busiest room in your home.
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Factors to Consider When Installing an Air Conditioning Systems in Your Surrey Kitchen
The first step to improving the ventilation and air quality in your kitchen is to remove contaminants at the source, this means checking the exhaust fan above your stove and oven.
If you do not have one or it malfunctions you should be looking at installing an Air Conditioning unit or servicing your current one.
You should also look at how often you use your stove and oven as burning gas can dispel high levels of carbon monoxide into the air. A good ventilation system will be able to help reduce the harmful gases in the room.
Even with an electric unit there could be ultrafine particles dispelled into the air as well as nitrogen dioxide and you will want an effective Air Ventilation system to deal with them.
How to Improve Ventilation in Your Residential Kitchen With Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems
This one’s obvious, but one simple measure to improving the air ventilation in your kitchen is simply by opening a window. Many kitchens also come equipped with an extractor fan yet many forget to turn it on and you may also be one of thousands of homes in Surrey when the extractor fan isn’t piped outside, meaning it’s not dispersing the air outside.
Whenever you are using a stove you should be extracting the air to remove toxic contaminants and before the increased humidity builds up as excess moisture. Consider turning the fan on as soon as you start cooking and not halfway through or towards the end. You should also consider changing the kitchen cooker hood filter annually, even sooner if you notice grease build-up and corrosion.
Install an Air Conditioning Unit or Ventilation System in Your Kitchen
RC Cooling use the very best air conditioning systems and only the top products when installing ventilation systems and air conditioning systems. When it comes to keeping air circulating and clean in your home, there’s no better way to do this than with a high quality heating and ventilation system. Whichever Air Conditioning units you need we have we are certified to install units made by over ten leading manufacturers.
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