How to build a 30-inch kitchen exhaust fan
I was so excited to learn that my kitchen exhaust fans would be compatible with the Kitchenaid KitchenAid kitchen appliance kit, thanks to an awesome giveaway from Google that gave away a couple of cool things.
I’d never heard of KitchenAid’s KitchenAid kit until I stumbled upon this giveaway, but after the kit hit Amazon, I immediately started building a DIY KitchenAid fan for my living room.
In the photo above, the KitchenAid KitchenAid 3100-1A (kitchen exhaust fan) is mounted to a 12-inch-tall frame and weighs a whopping 17 pounds.
The KitchenAidKitchen exhaust fans have a 2-year warranty and can be bought from KitchenAid.com for $139.95.
The kit includes a two-pack of exhaust fans that include two 12-in.
by 15-in.-long by 15.5-in-wide blades and two 2-in by 1.5 in. by 1-in.(4mm) rubber tubing.
The fans are mounted to the back of the Kitchen Aid kit, and the fan kit includes two mounting brackets.
The kits includes three different sizes of Kitchen Aid fan blades and four different lengths of rubber tubing, so you can get the fan blades as long or as short as you want.
The KitchenAid exhaust fans will be a good addition to any home, whether it’s for an entryway or a larger living room, as they’ll help keep your kitchen air flowing smoothly and easily.
If you’re just starting out, there are plenty of ways to get KitchenAid products on the market, and they’re generally cheaper than the retail outlets.
Read more about the KitchenSupply.com giveaway here .