There are none. Microwaves require air, you don't put one inside a closed cabinet. Some manufacturers make a specific open upper wall cabinet with a shelf that sticks out 16" or so for a microwave.Wall cabinet with door.
I'm was planning a proper range hood over the range for exhaust. I think that's going to exhaust better than a microwave.3onthetree; said:There are none. Microwaves require air, you don't put one inside a closed cabinet. Some manufacturers make a specific open upper wall cabinet with a shelf that sticks out 16" or so for a microwave.
You can also go with an over-the-stove microwave with exhaust. You can also go with a single oven cabinet with a microwave. Plan your appliances before you buy the cabinets (also helps determine exhausting requirements and electrical feeds).
P.S. with rentals you decide if you'll be providing one and that also helps you determine if its just an open shelf or built-in (face plate or over stove).
Similar to the shelf in a 12" version. Just from experience trying to buy family presents (and having to return them), you're stuck with 14" small microwaves with lower wattage to fit in a wall-hung cabinet (the cord pushes it out another 1" or so), and limited to less choice in finishes and stuff. Some people like bigger ones, turntables, or multi-purpose convection ones. Those will only fit on the counter or a stand-up deep oven cabinet.The microwave cabinet is 15" deep vs a standard cabinet is 12"
Yeah. Why do 18" dishwashers cost 50% more than 24" dishwashers?Yeah, you see those drawer nuke boxes in all the fancy new high end homes. I guess they're unusual and people think unusual means high end. :vs_laugh:
Yeah. Why do 18" dishwashers cost 50% more than 24" dishwashers?
Partly b/c it's not on the main assembly line. But partly b/c the manufacturer knows the consumer has a dire need.