Sep 20, 2017
A quick look at any home remodeling show provides evidence that the open concept kitchen is alive and well. One of the sought-after features this design enables is an island. And that's where the debate begins.
Some consumers want to use an island strictly for under cabinet storage while maintaining a clean, uninterrupted surface for prepping or staging when entertaining. However, other consumers want their island to offer a space for them to cook both above and below the surface. The Jenn-Air brand has attractive appliance options that change the conversation about how an island can be used.
Downdraft ventilation is an ideal solution for advocates of the open concept because it removes the need to install a vent hood that can detract from open sight lines. Because you can't always demo this feature on your floor, be sure to take one of our courses on jennair.biz to understand how the science of proximity ventilation makes downdraft ventilation easy to understand and sell.
Downdraft ventilation is an ideal solution for advocates of the open concept because it removes the need to install a vent hood that can detract from open sight lines.
Whether they prefer cooking on a gas, electric or induction surface, your customers can find Jenn-Air full-size updraft and downdraft cooktops that combine both powerful performance and appealing design. Additionally, our 15-inch customized cooking surfaces give consumers the ability to combine a sequence of products into a custom solution to match the way they cook.
So when your customers express their desire for an open concept kitchen, you can show them more ways to add form and function to an island. From ventilation choices to fuel type options, Jenn-Air appliances provide consumers with the versatility that lets them go from prep to cook without leaving their guests.