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Chimney Hoods Singapore

Chimney Hoods

Shop Innovative and High-Quality Chimney Hoods

“Unleash Pure Air With Every Flair While Cooking”

Our meticulously curated array of chimney hoods is designed to blend craftsmanship with the heart of your home's kitchen. Each piece embodies robust performance and elegant design, ensuring that your culinary escapades are accompanied by whisper-quiet ventilation and pristine air quality.
With sleek lines and innovative technology, our chimney hoods don't just extract smoke and odours; they infuse serenity into your cooking space. 


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Smeg Chimney Hood (Victoria Black/Victoria Cream) Singapore
Smeg Chimney Hood (Victoria Black/Victoria Cream) Singapore


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Smeg Chimney Hood KD90HXE Singapore

Smeg Chimney Hood KD90HXE


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Elegant Kitchen Ventilation Solutions With Premium Chimney Hoods

With chimney hoods, you'll usher in a revolution of purity and peace into your culinary quarters. They silently whisk away smoke, steam, and odours, allowing you to cook blissfully. They're the unspoken heroes that offer a seamless blend of functionality and style.

But the benefits extend beyond the visible. The right chimney hood can also prevent the buildup of grease and moisture, which can lead to less maintenance for your kitchen surfaces. They provide adequate illumination, illuminating your masterpieces as they come to life. Moreover, they help maintain a comfortable temperature, ensuring the kitchen doesn't become a sweltering hot spot amidst your cooking endeavours.

By adorning your kitchen with one of our chimney hoods, you're not just choosing an appliance; you're embracing a lifestyle where every inhale is as clean and fresh as the food you prepare. 

Myriads of Benefits from Chimney Hoods 

  1. Chimney hoods are specifically designed to capture and eliminate smoke, steam, and cooking odours before they can spread. This feature ensures your kitchen maintains a crisp, clean atmosphere, making it a welcoming place for family and guests.
  1. Most chimney hoods come equipped with advanced filtration systems. These systems work tirelessly to trap grease and food particles, which not only improves air quality but also safeguards your kitchen surfaces from sticky residue. The result? A cleaner kitchen and a reduction in the time and effort you spend scrubbing and cleaning.
  1. The tailored lighting of these chimney hoods provides casts with a warm, focused glow on your culinary creations, making it easier to finesse those fine details that turn a meal from good to great. This feature also adds to the safety of your cooking environment, ensuring you have clear visibility as you whip up your latest recipe.
  1. Their exquisite designs also serve as a focal point that effortlessly marries form with function, turning your kitchen into a showcase of modern sophistication.

9 Factors To Focus On When Buying Chimney Hoods

1. Size and Coverage

The chimney hoods should be at least as wide as the cooking surface below. This ensures maximum capture of smoke and vapours.

2. Ventilation Power

Evaluate the CFM rating of chimney hoods to match the ventilation power with your cooking habits. High heat or frequent cooking will require a higher CFM.

Here’s a quick overview of how to understand and choose the appropriate ventilation power for chimney hoods:

Cooking Range Size: A general rule of thumb is that for every 10,000 BTUs your stove generates, you need roughly 100 CFM of ventilation power in chimney hoods. If your range outputs 40,000 BTUs, you should look for a hood with at least 400 CFM.

Cooking Style: If you do a lot of heavy frying, grilling, or high-heat cooking, you'll want chimney hoods with higher CFM to manage the extra smoke and odours.

Ducting: The length and path of the ductwork can affect the required CFM. Longer ducts with more bends may need chimney hoods with higher CFM to ensure efficient airflow.

Local Building Codes: Some areas have specific requirements for ventilation that can impact the minimum CFM you'll need in your chimney hoods.

Noise Level: Higher CFM can sometimes mean more noise. Manufacturers may provide some ratings, which can help you gauge how loud the chimney hoods will be at various speeds.

Balance: It's essential to balance power with efficiency. Extremely high CFM ratings may not be necessary for smaller kitchens and can lead to unnecessary energy consumption.

3. Filtration System

Look for chimney hoods with multi-layered, durable filters for effectively trapping grease and odours.

4. Design and Style

Select chimney hoods that complement your kitchen's decor. Whether modern, traditional, or transitional, the design should integrate seamlessly with your space.

5. Ease of Maintenance

Chimney hoods with easy-to-clean surfaces and dishwasher-safe filters will save you time and effort in upkeep.

6. Lighting

Good illumination is crucial. Chimney hoods with LED or halogen lights provide better visibility for cooking and can add to the kitchen’s ambience.

7. Installation Requirements

Ensure the chimney hoods fit your kitchen's ductwork configuration, or have a ductless option if external venting isn’t possible.

8. Brand Reliability

Research brands for chimney hoods that offer good warranties, customer service, and user satisfaction.

9. Energy Efficiency

Some chimney hoods have energy-saving features, helping reduce your carbon footprint and save on utility bills.

Main Types of Chimney Hoods

Wall-Mounted Chimney Hoods

These are the most common types designed to be mounted against the wall above your stove or cooktop. They typically have a decorative chimney that stretches up to the ceiling, encasing the exhaust duct.

Island Chimney Hoods

Designed for kitchens with a cooktop located on a central island, these chimney hoods hang from the ceiling and are finished on all sides since they are not mounted against a wall. They are often a focal point in the kitchen due to their prominent placement.

Corner Chimney Hoods

These are specialised for corner installations where the cooking area is in a corner of the kitchen. They help maximise space and can be an excellent solution for unique kitchen layouts.

Downdraft Chimney Hoods

Unlike traditional chimney hoods that draw air up, downdraft models pull air down and across the cooking surface. While not technically "chimney" style, they are an alternative for those who prefer a less visible ventilation system.

Built-in or Insert Chimney Hoods

These hoods are designed to be built into the cabinetry above your stove. They are often accompanied by a custom exterior that can match your kitchen cabinetry, offering a seamless look.

Range Hood Inserts for Chimney Hoods

These are essentially the inner workings of a hood (motor, filters, controls, lighting) and are designed to be inserted into a decorative cover, mantel, or soffit that looks like a chimney. This can be a custom solution that blends in with the kitchen design.

Seamless Shopping Experience at Megafurniture

Megafurniture is the ideal destination for those purchasing chimney hoods, offering an experience that combines variety, expertise, and value. Their extensive range features the latest chimney hood designs, suitable for any kitchen aesthetic and function. We also offer the following perks:

  • Expert staff are always on hand to provide insights and advice, ensuring customers make an informed choice that aligns with their specific cooking and kitchen requirements.
  • After-purchase satisfaction is a cornerstone of our service, with a dedicated team ready to assist with efficient delivery and professional installation.
  • We stand by the quality of our chimney hoods with robust warranties and responsive customer service, fostering long-term customer satisfaction.