I have recently had a new kitchen fitted. The supplier of the kitchen sub-contracted out the fitting, plumbing, and electrics to three different people. In order to wire up the extractor above the hob, the electrician took a feed from a local socket, ran it to where the extractor 'chimney' would be, and fitted a normal white plug socket. He then plugged the extractor in, and fitted the 'chimney' to the extractor.
Now, to me this seems a little bit dangerous. Won't there be heat/moisture being sucked through the extractor and out the chimney, therefore close to the plug socket? Wouldn't it have been better to wire the extractor into a fused plate-thing somewhere away from the actual appliance?
The same electrician was due to return last night to wire up the lights in the units, but he didn't turn up. No phone call, nothing. If this extractor wiring is in any way dodgy, he's not coming near my house again.
Thanks for any advice