BRN-T: Tall Berenice Copper Range Hood
This concave range hood design is flexible to accommodate high ceiling applications without sacrificing its aesthetic appeal. Beautiful copper patina surface is easy to maintain and will hold its color for years of enjoyment. Copper range hoods are crafted with solid copper and highest quality parts. All straps are fastened with copper rivets and handmade copper buttons. Each range hood can be exhausted through the top or out the back. Made to order and ships ready to be installed. Tall Berenice pictured is 50"x24”x60”.
All American Product
Our range hoods are custom made to order from a single sheet of cold rolled domestic Virgin Copper that is 99.72%(.28% silver) pure(much harder and stronger than imported annealed range hoods or materials). Unlike the online competitors you won't find any lead, mercury or arsenic in our range hoods. All of our materials are locally sourced and domestic, including inserts made by TradeWind(Universal Metals Industries INC). Did you know that our competitors use annealed copper that is recycled and very soft? Ask them to verify their copper supplier and if they fall within the guidelines of EPA or Copper Development Association. We hope to bring some attention to this because google has been polluted with a lot of dealers distributing foreign copper range hoods without stating facts.
If you are looking for a high quality custom range hood made 100% in the USA, look no further. Tell us your kitchen specifications and we'll build a range hood of your dreams. We won't build, unless you love it! We work hand in hand with you from ordering to manufacturing making sure every step of the way we meet your expectations. Read our Houzz reviews and you'll be glad to hear our success story of father and son business. Support American product. Support American jobs!
Your life is about to get a bit easier! Our range hoods come standard with tarnish resistant finish that is crystal clear and durable. No need for any acid based chemicals or scrubbing with abrasive materials. Just use dish soap, warm water and soft sponge. Pat dry and you're all done!