Even if your cooking does not summon the fire department every evening, there are plenty of reasons to not neglect the ventilation system in your kitchen. One of these GE wall mount range hoods from Goedeker's will serve several purposes beyond fire safety.
The first reason to consider a GE range hood has nothing to do with ventilation. Many range hoods have a built in light that provides extra visibility at the stove. Ample lighting is a necessary safety consideration, and a range hood helps meet that as well as the benefits of ventilation.
Secondly, during a grueling day in front of the stove and oven, the heat can become more than just a bother; it can put you at risk of exhaustion, especially on a hot day. A GE range hood right above your workspace helps move air around and pulls the rising hot air out of the kitchen. When you have a range hood installed, remember to turn it on if you will be cooking for a while, even if you do not expect much smoke.
Just because billowing black smoke is not coming from your oven does not mean air pollutants are being put in the air by the cooking process. Steam, grease, particulate matter and even trace amounts of smoke are produced by cooking. It is a good idea to have an active ventilation system in place to keep your home's air quality clear. Even invisible gases like Carbon Monoxide ought to be filtered out whenever possible. [^]