Mounting an under cabinet range hood is a relatively easy project that can be accomplished by homeowners. However, some safety precautions should be taken before beginning. Make sure to turn off and unplug your range to prevent any electrical accidents while installing a vent range hood. Also remember to wear appropriate protective clothing like long sleeves and gloves while working on projects like these. If you will be drilling into walls or other surfaces, use a hammer drill with carbide bits to avoid cracking through brick or concrete walls and keep dust down in your kitchen. Locate or create a 6 square above your stove for ducting for you’re under cabinet range hood duct system. Have them cut out of sheet metal at hardware stores or buy premade duct work. You’ll also need two supports spaced appropriately to hold up your cabinet range hoods as well as mounting screws. Place your new mountings on a level surface and then adjust their height so they are even from each other at either end of where they will sit underneath your cabinets. Once you have done so screw them in place using about three screws per side top and bottom close together so there isn’t a big gap between them once it’s attached to cabinets. Once you have mounted your support structure to cabinet range hoods we can begin preparing and attaching everything else. Run electrician wire from inside your home if necessary making sure it’s neatly tucked away in case a person does not want to see all of that mess behind cupboards pulling directly behind lower cabinets and countertops. With vertical running wires pull extra wiring downwards along wood framing taking care not to catch anything for instance furniture plants children or pets because you do not want a shock. With horizontal runs run electrician wire along joists or studs into cabinet range hoods appliance in convenient locations preferably somewhere easily accessible on one side of refrigerator drawers microwave oven washer dryer wall oven dishwasher dining room table couch beds nightstand desk tables chairs front porch backyard back porch swimming pool sauna laundry room home office living room den garage basement utility closet basement bathroom kitchen attic bedroom master bathroom kids’ rooms living room family room tv room etc. Hire an Electrician today! I’m available 24/7 365 days a year just call my mobile phone number! Mary Anne 203-912-1811. I’ll be happy to help you install a dual fan 30 cm 150 sq. ft. Under cabinet range hood model 9300029 in no time flat but only if you’re a little handy and have some minor experience building your own stuff or hiring professionals handyman housekeeping upkeep repairs like me for example. Title: Attach Fitted Duct: Most manufactures recommend fitting to increase energy efficiency. After you have your range hoods vents or exhausts in place you want to attach fitted ducting to it. First take several measurements under cabinet range hood 1 overlapping at all bends so that ducting is securely fastened to your vents or range hood. Attach a hanger assembly. Then remove all the attachments and boxes from inside, throw them out of sight by tucking them into storage like basements garages attics storage sheds shed barns that kind of thing add another piece of flex hose around 12 inches longer than what you think it might be. As long as you have a guesstimate to start with. Do not forget duct tape for sealing ducting and connections prior to permanently installing it under cabinet range hoods. Remember your fans electrical motor unit is inside a blower housing or box. With connecting wires and other debris add elbow PVC fittings in a way that allows air flow control use T-shaped adapter elbows 90 degrees horizontal elbows 45 degree angled elbows connector tee’s connector piece left right straight pieces unions so on and so forth over vent range hoods over fans to avoid drips and keeping within code by not blocking heating coolant intake or exhaust vents.