I would like to install a remote blower (inline probably) and a new range hood, mostly for noise levels.
The thing is, I see two categories of hood:
-'Consumer' grade ones with internal blowers that are typically CA$300-$800 in price, eg. this one
-And 'Pro' level hoods with no blower and that area typically >$1000 eg. this one
So far as I can tell differences are; 'consumer' grade tend to be less deep than 'pro' and the filters in the 'pro' level tend to be better (eg dishwasher safe).
Is there any reason (eg performance) why I shouldn't get the 'consumer' grade hood, and pull out the blower and then use it with the inline blower?
*I do dislike the consumer and pro monikers since I doubt many professional cooks are working on 30" stoves but that's by the by.