I am planning to re-do my kitchen a little at a time for budget reasons.
Anyway, my question is .. how difficult would it be to install a hood and replace the downdraft cooktop with a regular gas cooktop or slide-in without the downdraft? I'm thinking it should be just a matter of re-routing some ductwork? I would lose my upper cabinet and shelf space and gain the lower. As back-up information, my kitchen sits on the main level, above a full basement, adjacent to the garage wall. The cooktop is on the cabinets facing the wall while the sink is in an island in the middle of the floor. (hope that helps)
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