|craftsman style||geometric wood vent covers|
|mission style||eggcrate style vent covers|
|summit style||rickenbacker style vent covers|
|Historic cast iron vent covers||Quick ship wood air vents|
|opera style vent covers||toe kick - rickenbacker style|
|Unity cast iron collection|
|Tuxedo collection||California Mission|
|black tie granite vent covers|
|pickford style vent covers|
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You have heard the song, "What a Difference a Day Makes...24 little hours"; well, what a difference just a little change can make to a room!. If you just don't feel like or perhaps can't afford a major home remodel, then adding new heat vents in one of the simplest things that you can do. Also you don't need to be a rocket scientist to install a heat vent. Some applications, of course do require a contractor to help with the installation, but for the most part, grab a ruler, or yardstick and head for the hole in your floor or wall. You can view our video on measuring for heat registers on our website if you have any problems or questions. If your heat vent is for the floor, most likely you won't need to order it with holes, as it is held in place by gravity. When you install heat vents in the ceiling or in a wall you are going to want to get it with screw holes to hold it in place. Some of the lighter vents can even be held in the wall with easy to use wall clips, if you have an aversion to screwdrivers.
We offer so many different kinds of materials that the actual heat vent is constructed of that you may have a difficult time deciding which way to go. You may want to look around at your furnishings and pick out something that catches your eye or is a main focal point in your decor and then accentuate you heat vent with that. Perhaps you have dark brown or black metal casement windows, with a Mediterranean flavor interior, we have some stunning dark oil rubbed bronze with a scroll design that would look out of this world! A myriad of other metals that we offer include antique brass, cast iron, brass, copper, nickel, steel, aluminum and many more options, including powder coating. Perhaps you have a Colonial, Rustic, or Mid-Century Modern home and you have plenty of wood that you would like to focus on. The list is extensive and so are the options. You can choose from finished, unfinished, painted, stained, and clear lacquer. Unfinished is great if you are wanting to paint them to match yourself or apply with one of your own existing stains or colors. Our vent covers come in many different styles and are available in a variety of woods, please call or look on the site for details. Some of the woods that we have are hickory, cherry, beech, ash, alder, walnut, spruce, sycamore, teak, myrtle, pine, oak, maple and many many more. The list really is quite extensive, with many exotic options available.
The time consuming part comes next - trying to decide on the look that you would like to go for. Actually, you might already know, and in that case, hunt down the style you want and go for it! We have many different styles that are complementary and look great with each other, so it is nice that you can have a little matching and mixing scenario going on.
The design options are numerous, especially for charming turn of the century older homes and bungalows. We've got to tell you these vents are the icing on the cake when it comes to making a new home look old! The styling is so authentic and ranges from very feminine to ultra masculine - talk about options. And don't forget, if you don't see it, that doesn't mean that you can't have it - we do custom work around here from dusk to dawn! Be sure and check out the Sunset Boulevard design. It is based on an actual unit that was taken from a historic Pasadena home from 1928. You really can't get much more authentic than that if historic preservation is in your blood. The massively thick bronze castings are very heavy and quite impressive. We would also be remiss if we failed to have you check out the tasteful and beautiful Signal Hill design that are located with the Turner Collection. These cast bronze beauties are the talk of the town, especially with the Hollywood crowd. Oh, and did we mention the Opera grilles, we would be remiss if we failed to mention them.