What is a convertible vent on a microwave?
Microwave Vent Type Options
Most microwaves offer venting options for you to select from at the time of installation.
External Venting Solution
A microwave with an external venting system vents to the outside of your home through a duct system.
Convertible Venting Solution
Convertible microwaves: Normally, these microwaves vent externally; however, they can be changed to a recirculating venting system if the right components are installed.
Recirculating: This means that the microwave vents internally, or back into your kitchen. This is a good option if your kitchen has no form of outside exhaust available.
How much space is needed between range and over the range microwave?
Over the Range Microwaves and Advantiums: Over the range microwaves require a minimum 66" mounting height from floor to top of the micro. The 66" from the floor dimension will allow approximately 13"-16" between the cooktop and the bottom front of ...
What is a recirculating vent on a microwave?
Recirculating Vents The vent is on the top rear as with most over-the-range microwaves. Traditionally, it is vented through a duct system to the outside or you can choose to recirculate it, which means just that--the air recirculates as opposed to ...
Do your company do long distance moves?
Yes, CET Management Solution LLC can do long distance moves? Just submit your information via CMS Self Service Support Portal though the link below, under Logistics and a representative will get back you. CMS Self Service Support Portal
Is there a standard amount of outlets per room/sf?
Common Electrical Code Requirements by Room Below is a reference point to some common electrical code requirements by room. However, you may still want to consult with your city or county electrical code compliance office or inspector for there ...
How do I measure for windows treatments?
MOUNTING CONSIDERATIONS: Why Choose an Inside Mount? Clean look: Allows for showcasing attractive window or door molding. THINGS TO CONSIDER: Deductions and Light Gaps: A small deduction in width and/or length is taken to ...