Jobs and Careers

At Range Hood Homeland, we’re all about keeping kitchens clear, fresh, and inviting. As the go-to online destination for range hood reviews, kitchen ventilation advice, and culinary lifestyle tips, we provide a breath of fresh air to our readers who value a pristine cooking environment.

Current openings

Range hood and kitchen ventilation expert writer (freelance/contract)

Key responsibilities:

  • Authoritatively craft articles, guides, and reviews related to range hoods and kitchen ventilation systems.
  • Provide insights into the best practices for kitchen air quality, including installation tips, maintenance advice, and product comparisons.
  • Translate technical specifications and features of various range hood models into understandable and user-friendly content.
  • Engage with the Range Hood Homeland community, responding to inquiries and providing expert opinions on kitchen ventilation solutions.


  • Expert knowledge in the realm of range hoods, kitchen ventilation, and overall air quality management in a culinary setting.
  • A portfolio of written work demonstrating your expertise in home improvement or kitchen equipment, especially focused on ventilation.
  • The ability to communicate complex technical details into practical, actionable advice for homeowners and kitchen enthusiasts.
  • A commitment to providing honest, accurate, and consumer-focused content.


  • Professional experience in kitchen design, HVAC, home improvement, or a related field with specific knowledge of range hoods and ventilation.
  • A track record of writing detailed, informative, and engaging content in the niche of home appliances or kitchen technology.
  • An understanding of the latest trends and innovations in kitchen ventilation and a passion for staying up-to-date with new products.

How to apply:

Ready to turn up the fan on your writing career? Email your resume, a persuasive cover letter, and a minimum of three writing samples that showcase your expertise in range hoods and kitchen ventilation to [email protected].

Why Range Hood Homeland?

Becoming a part of Range Hood Homeland means you will contribute to a site that’s at the forefront of kitchen technology and home comfort. Here, your expertise will guide our readers to make informed decisions that impact the heart of their homes – the kitchen.

We offer competitive freelance compensation, a flexible writing schedule, and the opportunity to establish yourself as an expert voice in the world of kitchen ventilation.

Connect with us

If the Range Hood Expert Writer role doesn’t quite match your profile, but you still have valuable insights into the world of kitchen design and technology, Range Hood Homeland is keen on hearing from you. Whether you’re an experienced contractor, a seasoned home chef, or have a unique perspective on kitchen living, let’s chat. Send us your details to [email protected], and let’s clear the way for collaboration.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

This website is all about range hoods and kitchen ventilation. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions to help improve your skills and stay safe.

A range hood, also known as a kitchen hood or exhaust hood, is a device installed above a stove or cooktop to remove smoke, heat, steam, and airborne grease and particles from the air. The range hood contains a fan and filter system that sucks up the contaminants and vents them outside the home, or recirculates the air through a filter to remove the impurities before releasing it back into the kitchen.

A range hood is an essential appliance for any kitchen because it helps improve indoor air quality by removing pollutants and odors, prevents moisture buildup and mold growth, and reduces the risk of fire and smoke damage. It also helps to keep the kitchen clean by preventing grease buildup on surfaces and cabinets.

To choose the right size range hood for your stove, you should measure the width of your cooktop and choose a hood that is at least as wide as the cooktop, or slightly wider. The recommended airflow rate for a range hood is measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM), and it should be able to exchange the air in the kitchen at least 15 times per hour.

The height of the hood should also be considered to ensure it is at the appropriate distance from the cooktop to effectively capture smoke and grease. It is recommended to consult a professional or refer to the manufacturer's guidelines to ensure proper installation and sizing of the range hood.