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Things to Consider When Buying a Microhood
Choosing the best microhoods for your needs can be a daunting task. There are so many options out there, and it seems like everyone has their own opinion on which is the best. In this blog post, we will talk about 4 things to consider before buying a microhood so you can find one that meets all of your needs!
Thing to consider is your budget. There are some really high-quality and technologically advanced microhoods, but they can be pretty expensive. You don't want to spend $500 on a small kitchen appliance that you will only use once every few months! On the other hand, if you buy something super cheap it might not last as long or have the features you need. Figure out how much you want to spend and then start shopping around!
Thing to consider is the size of your kitchen. Not all microhoods are created equal - some are really small while others are more spacious. If your kitchen is already quite cramped, you might want to go for a smaller microhood. However, if you have a bit of extra space, you might want to go for something bigger so you can use it more often!
Thing to consider is the features that you need. Do you want a microhood with a built-in oven? One with a lot of different cooking settings? Or one that has a sleek, modern design? Make sure to figure out what features are important to you and then find a microhood that matches!
How much space the microhood will take up. This one can be a bit tricky because you want to make sure you buy a microhood that has enough features but doesn't take up too much counter space. If your kitchen is small, this could be a deal breaker!
We've had the pleasure of working with many clients to plan their kitchens. Some clients are new homeowners who want everything they need, some are looking for help sprucing up an old kitchen and others just need advice on how to use what they already have more efficiently.
No matter where you're at in your journey or which room you’re designing, we can help! Contact us today so that our team of experts can partner with you on creating a stellar design-build project that will meet all your needs while also maximizing space and budget constraints. Have any questions about these microhoods? Let us know below!