How do we get a hood over a gas stove?

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We just bought a old house that was built in the 1915. The previous owners didn't have a hood over the gas stove. We have no extra money to have one installed. What other options are there? There's no outlet to the roof.

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  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Mar 03, 2019

    Hi Lucy, You could add a Ven - just need electric.t Axia Extractor fan to the window or wall to take away the cooking smells & steam or Buy a self contained Cooker Hood (just need electric) or for the time being - open a window..........

    • Lucyf Lucyf on Mar 10, 2019

      window is good but its cold or raining it might be problem. But I had not a clue thanks for response.

  • Dfm Dfm on Mar 03, 2019

    You can get a stove hood that will filter the air from the stove, and doesn’t need to go thru the roof. Best thing I’ve done for this kitchen.

    • Lucyf Lucyf on Mar 10, 2019

      Thanks it been a challenge I didn't have a clue.

  • Ellis Ellis on Mar 03, 2019

    You can get range hoods that have a fan and recirculate the air, after drawing it through the filter, or that vent directly through the wall (if your stove is against an outside wall!) For a fan that vents to the outside, there are through-the-wall vent fans (you can look at them on Amazon) that are pretty effective.

    • Lucyf Lucyf on Mar 10, 2019

      Thanks for helping this has given me some ideas. I was clueless about this.

  • ☘️ TxBella ☘️ TxBella on Mar 03, 2019

    Hi Lucyf , Are you wanting to just circulate the air? Or to move the air outside?

    Lowes ( I’m pretty sure it’s Lowe’s)

    carries a fan that fits in your window that is an exhaust fan if you turn one way. Then a regular fan if you switch it the other.

    This may work for you until you decide what you want I found this one on Amazon

    ☘️

  • Shore grandmom Shore grandmom on Mar 03, 2019

    There are range hoods that are ventless (no need to breach the wall or roof).

  • Lucyf Lucyf on Mar 10, 2019

    Thanks you for saying that. I must be old school I didn't have a clue in how this could work! I took on a challenge in a 100 yrs old home and the stove sets right back to back with another room.