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    First custom made kitchen exhaust hood






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    Keep up the good work!!
    wHen I diE I hOpe gOd haS mErcy oN my SiNful LifE

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    very nice
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    I'm confused? Wood?

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    The outer frame is wood, the insert panels are tin tiles, the inside is lined with sheetmetal, the filter frames are made from sheetmetal, and obviously the adapter and duct above the hood are sheet metal.


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    Beautiful work.

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    A friend of mine does work like this give him wood and he works his magic with it
    what brand guts did you put in it

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    wood panels and trim the rest is tin

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    wood panels and trim the rest is tin
    The panels are tin. Like they used to use on ceilings. I had some left over from a ceiling project.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    A friend of mine does work like this give him wood and he works his magic with it
    what brand guts did you put in it
    I made the guts. The filters are just metal mesh ones I ordered online. The fan is in the attic. Tjerland M-6.





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    What is happening with the exposed duct above the hood? Just going to paint it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adlerberts-Protege View Post
    What is happening with the exposed duct above the hood? Just going to paint it?
    Im gonna leave it as is, most likely.


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    I am impressed! Is this your own house?

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    Thanks, yes for my own house.


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    That is beautiful.

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    nice work heatingman, this gives me a idea for a outside kitchen I have been thinking of doing.
    Sent from the van with the a/c on.

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    Awesome work. Wondering how it would look if the exposed metal was copper?
    If I do a job in 30 minutes it's because I spent 30 years learning how to do that in 30 minutes. You owe me for the years, not the minutes.

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    Thanks guys.

    Copper would probably look sharp, especially for something outdoors cause it would eventually get that greenish patina.

    I know the tin tiles are available in copper.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turtleman View Post
    nice work heatingman, this gives me a idea for a outside kitchen I have been thinking of doing.
    Feel free to copy with or without modifications.


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    Nice sweet, copper would of looked good too, I like that scalloped copper look. But, you nailed

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