Outdoor Vent Hood
Grills and smokers can be destroyed by the very smoke they create, which carries grime and grease that sticks to every surface of your outdoor space. Over time, these substances can cause paint to peel, stainless steel to corrode and pit, and grill components to clog and stain ceilings permanently. A vent hood removes smoke and grease from your outdoor kitchen, protecting your space effortlessly. Some local building codes mandate vent hoods for outdoor cooking appliances, so be sure to check with your local code enforcement agency before starting work. Even if you aren't required to install a vent hood, we strongly advise it if you'll be grilling under a roofed structure. Your outdoor space is valuable, and you should protect your investment by taking all necessary measures.