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Just wanted to get your thoughts on this. Whenever we cook here in the house, it is difficult to vent anything away, especially in winter. I was thinking of installing one of those fans that vent directly to the outside, and the cover closes to prevent backdraft when you done using it. Do you know the type I mean? Anyway, the electric is right there (by way of a light switch on one side, and an outlet on the other, and there is a nice open spot on the wall right behind the stove, but the wall is cinderblock, as is the rest of the house. How hard would it be to install this myself? I have never had to bust through a cinderblock wall before, and I am not sure how tough it would be. Should I see a proffesional, and, if so, how do I know which one?Any and all thoughts are appreciated, and thanks for reading!!Mike in NJ
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