Siemens are known the world over for their smart, innovative designs. Our range of Siemens Ceiling Hoods boasts that famous German engineering and intelligent design and will make a great feature in any kitchen. Finished with stainless steel or with white glass, they are truly beautiful to look at. Take some time to read the product descriptions to find out more about each model's performance, features and energy ratings. You'll make the most of your purchase by getting to know the product beforehand. As always, keep 'em peeled for any special discounts and offers below, you won't want to miss them!

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    Siemens LR97CAQ50B IQ-500 90cm x 50cm Ceiling Extractor – STAINLESS STEEL

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    Hidden away in your ceiling, the brilliant 90cm wide LR97CAQ50B will waft away unwanted cooking odours and steam easily and discretely. With a stainless steel finish it has a modern appeal and is great for a busy kitchen with an extraction rate of 450m³/hour and 2 powerful intensive settings. Easy to use as well, thanks to the handy remote control, it is suitable to be installed with ducting or using a recirculation kit.

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    Hidden away in your ceiling, the brilliant 90cm wide LR97CAQ50B will waft away unwanted cooking odours and steam easily and discretely. With a stainless steel finish it has a modern appeal and is great for a busy kitchen with an extraction rate of 450m³/hour and 2 powerful intensive settings. Easy to use as well, thanks to the handy remote control, it is suitable to be installed with ducting or using a recirculation kit.

Ceiling hoods are often built in above an island or peninsular over a built in hob and come with a remote control. This type of extractor is most effective when ducted to an outside wall through the gaps in the ceiling joists but often can be recirculated with the use of charcoal filters if ducting isn’t an option. Be sure to measure the installation space carefully and check the dimensions of the hood including the motor before making a decision. Think about where the ducting comes out of the motor and how you will route that to the outside wall. Consider a ceiling hood in a bold, stylish black colour. or just keep it simple with a white or stainless steel model. Our ceiling hoods come from brands that we can rely on.