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Hardwood Side Wall Vents

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Ennospace 6 x 14-inch Side Wall Vents Brand New Hardwood Vent Sidewall Vent Solid Wood

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Ennospace 6 x 12-inch Side Wall Vents Hardwood Sidewall Vent Brand New Solid Wood

 

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Ennospace 4 x 14-inch Side Wall Vents Hardwood Sidewall Register Vent Brand New

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Ennospace 4 x 12-inch Side Wall Vents Hardwood Sidewood Vent Brand New

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Ennospace 4 x 10-inch Side Wall Vents Hardwood Register Vent Sidewall Brand New

 

 

 

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Ennospace 6 x 10-inch Side Wall Vents Solid Wood Brand New Hardwood Sidewall Vent

8 x 10" side wall vents

Ennospace 8 x 10-inch Side Wall Vents Brand New Hardwood Sidewall Vent

8 x 12" side wall vents

Ennospace 8 x 12-inch Side Wall Vents Hardwood Brand New Sidewall Register Vent

 

2 x 14" side wall vents

Ennospace 2 x 14-inch Side Wall Vents Brand New Hardwood Sidewall Register

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Round air diffusers

Wood air diffusers are designed to direct airflow in one or two directions. They maybe used in either a supply or return air application and can be installed in ceilings or walls. It is a great option for filling your remodeling or building needs. Made of solid wood from domestic and exotic, these vents give warmth to your home. These wall mounted vents can be also used as speaker grilles, lighting grilles or for other decorative architectural applications.

These functional vents and registers are designed to apply to ceilings and walls. They are available in different styles, sizes and finishes, air filter function is also available in some styles. There are one way air flow as well as adjustable direction air flow. Handcrafted, these returns provide an aesthetically pleasing look to any home.

Round air diffusers, slotted from one piece solid wood

wood air diffusers, wood air vents, wood air registers, wood wall grilles,manufacturer, supplier
wood air diffusers, wood air vents, wood air registers, wood wall grilles,manufacturer, supplier

Specifications  6″, 8″   

Custom sizes are available upon request.

Species  Red oak, white oak

Finishes  Unfinished or clear finished

Install a Ceiling Vent in a Bathroom

Proper airflow to and from a bathroom is crucial to the unending fight against mold and mildew formation. Steam in a bathroom raises the humidity, a condition in which mold and mildew flourish. An external vent will allow moist air to escape the bathroom before the moisture in the air condenses and begins to drip. Besides mold, excess bathroom moisture may warp doors, peel paint, or cause loss of adhesion to wallpaper. Several types of vents are on the market and installation details vary. However, generally the process is the same for all types.

Open the vent kit and remove the template for the hole required through the ceiling. Use a stud sensor to locate a ceiling joist as the vent housing will need to be connected to one. Mark the outline of the hole to be cut. If there is no template, note the location of the stud, and hold the housing up to the ceiling to trace it.
  • Cut out the opening along the line marked earlier with a drywall saw or other appropriate cutting tool. Be sure when cutting that the drywall doesn’t crack or break and leave a jagged appearance.
  •  Insert the vent housing into the newly cut opening. The kit will likely include fasteners for securing the housing to the joist.

  • Attach the vent unit to the housing following the manufacturer’s instructions exactly. Fasten the vent grill over the main vent body.

  • Enter the attic or ceiling area. To the attic-facing end of the vent, attach flexible duct material, usually made from plastic and made in an accordion fashion. Pliers may be required to get it in place and attached easily.

  • Clamp the other end of the ducting to the nearest soffit vent and allow the vented inside air to dispel under-the-roof overhang. This will eliminate the need for a separate external vent.

Install a Dryer Vent in a Wall

Whether you have moved to a new home or relocated the dryer in your current home, you must install a dryer vent. Installing a new dryer vent in a wall is not difficult with a little planning. First, purchase a dryer vent from the hardware store or you can buy from online store. Next, drill a hole in the wall and hook the duct work to the vent and the dryer. The entire project will take an hour to complete on average.

Determine where you will install the dryer vent. Position the dryer as close to an exterior wall as possible. Ideally, you want as short a route as possible for your exhaust duct. Once you have determined the approximate location of the vent, go outside and check for obstructions. You need 12 inches around the outside vent to be free of any obstructions.

Go inside and drill a hole 12 inches from the floor where you are installing the vent. Drill only through the inner wall using a 1/8-inch drill bit. Untwist a metal clothes hanger and bend 6 inches of the hanger 90 degrees. Insert the bent piece of the hanger into the wall and rotate the hanger all the way around to check for obstructions such as electrical wires.

Drill through the wall with a long 1/4 inch bit once you know there are no obstructions. Drill all the way through to the outside wall. Insert a 4-inch hole saw into the drill and drill a hole from your pilot hole on the inside wall. Take the drill outside and drill the hole from the outside at the pilot hole in the wall.

Insert the pipe end of the dryer vent into the wall and press the face of the dryer vent flush against the wall. Mark the mounting holes to the wall with a pencil. Pull the dryer vent out of the wall and set the vent aside. Drill pilot holes at the pencil marks for your mounting screws.

Set the dryer vent back into the wall and secure the vent to the wall using the supplied mounting screws and a screwdriver. Apply a bead of silicone caulk around the perimeter of the dryer vent with a caulking gun. Also apply a small amount of caulk around the heads of the mounting screws.

Go inside and connect the dryer duct to the dryer vent and the dryer exhaust using the supplied clamps. Tighten the clamps with a screwdriver.

Install a Louvered Outdoor Dryer Vent by Yourself

One way to cut down on critters in your dryer vent is to install a louvered vent. Louvered vents open when the dryer is in use by the air coming from the duct work. When the dryer is not in use, the vent stays closed. Learn how to install a louvered outdoor dryer vent and eliminate birds and small animals from making homes in the dryer’s duct work.

The following are different hardwoof louvered vents that on sell in the floor vents store.

  • Unplug the dryer and move it away from the wall to allow access to the vent.

  • Disconnect the inside duct work from the outside vent by unscrewing the holding clamp with a screwdriver.

  • Go outside and remove the four screws that attach the outside dryer vent to the house.

  • Using a putty knife to separate the old caulk from the dryer vent, pull the vent out of the wall. Clean the outside area of the hole, removing any old caulk and other debris.

  • Insert the louvered vent tube into the wall and firmly set the vent against the house. Using four rust-resistant screws, attach the louvered vent to the wall.

  • Run a small bead of caulk between the new vent and the wall.

  • Go inside and reattach the duct work to the outside vent with the clamp.

  • Plug the dryer into the wall outlet and push it back into position.

How to Attach an Air Vent Cover to a Wall

Depending on the type of heating and cooling system running throughout your home, air vents provide air flow into the room in the form of air conditioning or heat. These vents are covered to help prevent dust and other particles from getting through the heating and cooling system. Vent coverscome in a variety of sizes, shapes and styles. This helps them blend in with the room’s decor.

Please see the following pictures, these are the shapes and styles that the floor register store supplies.

4 10 x 10-inch Louvered Wall Vents 8 Red Oak Egg Crate Wall Vent

According to the design of your house, you can choose the best match one,then follow the next three steps, you can attach an air vents coverby yourself.
  • Step 1: Measure the vent opening you wish to cover. Measure the length and width of the vent and purchase a cover that will fit the dimensions.
  • Step 2: Place the vent cover over the vent opening and push the ventinto place. If you measured correctly, the vent cover should fit snugly into the vent opening.
  • Step3: Screw the vent cover into the wall, using the provided screws.
    Great job, all works have done, you can enjoy the confortable in your house now.

Add a High Wall Return Vent

Nowadays, there are variety of vent covers available that will match the interior of your home. Air vents are generally made of cheap and unattractive steel and painted with neutral industrial colors. But hardwood vents are hot on the market now and are very popular with do-it-yourselfers.

To remove the damaged vent, and clean the duct opening, then you can begin to attach the new hardwood vent.

Pull the duct with string up to the vent hole and with plastic ties attach to a stud every few feet so that it hangs tight.

Seal the new duct to the vent in place with plastic ties. Fasten securely since gravity will pull the flex pipe downward.

Clip the plastic ties at the end and use aluminum tape to seal everything tight. You will need to burnish with a plastic rib.

Hold the new vent in place with a wooden frame. Measure the hole accurately, nail the frame together and then nail the frame into the vent hole.

Fill in gaps in the wall with insulated duct board. You will need to cut the board to size.

Prepare to seal the vent with mastic adhesive cement in order to prevent any air leaks. Once the cement has dried, replace the grate.