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Hardwood Side Wall Vents

Lacquer Finish

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Lacquer Finish

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Lacquer Finish

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Lacquer Finish

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Lacquer Finish

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8 x 10" side wall vents

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8 x 12" side wall vents

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2 x 14" side wall vents

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Round Gable Vents

Round gable vents

Wood gable vents are inexpensive to install but they are pricier than those made of vinyl. In addition to the price you may look at the wooden gable vents and wonder if their durability is any better than that of their vinyl competitors. So, should you choose wood gable vents over vinyl? Contractors, and consumers alike, believe that you should.

Once you have made the decision to install gable vents made of wood what else should you consider? Well, you need to consider the style of your home. View your home from street level; what you see is the first impression of what others see as well. An advantage to installing wooden gable vents is that they will not cause degradation to the value of your home. In comparison, materials such as plastic or faux wood will make your home look less valuable.

Wood wall registers

Wood wall registers 

Wood wall registers 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.

Wood wallregisters, slotted from one piece solid wood

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Specifications  4.75×12″

Custom sizes are available upon request.

Species  Red oak, white oak

Finishes  Unfinished or clear finished

Wood Air Registers

Air registers

These functional air 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. Air registers 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.

Air registers, slotted from one piece solid wood

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Specifications  6×6″, 6×9″, 6×12″

10×12″, 10×14″, 10×18″   

12×12″, 12×14″, 12×18″  

Custom sizes are available upon request

Species  Red oak, white oak

Finishes  Unfinished or clear finished

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Wood Air Grilles

Air grilles

Air grilles are designed to direct airflow in one or two directions. They can be made from various materials such as red oak, white oak, birch, teak and so on. 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.

Air grilles, made from Teak, are designed for yatch application
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Specifications  6×6″, 6×9″, 6×12″

10×12″, 10×14″, 10×18″

12×12″, 12×14″, 12×18″

Custom sizes are available upon request.

Species  Teak, oak, birch, cherry, walnut, bamboo

Finishes  Unfinished or clear lacquer finished

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Wood wall vents

Wood wall vents   

Wood wall vents, wall mounted style, 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.

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Wood wall vents with removable filter

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Wood wall vents with adjustable louvers

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Wood wall vents with detachable faceplate

Specifications  6×20″, 8×20″, 12×20″   Custom sizes are available upon request.

Species  Red oak, White oak, Maple, Cherry, Walnut, Hickory, Beech, Birch, Brazilian cherry, Santos Mahogany

Finishes  Unfinished or clear finished

How to Select Roof Vents

Roof vents are a type of building material used to ventilate attics and ceiling areas. These vents help keep the home comfortable, and also play a role in improving the home’s energy efficiency levels. Because of moisture and humidity build-up, a poorly ventilated roof will often have a shorter lifespan than one that is properly ventilated. When choosing vents for your roof, look for intake units that bring in fresh air, as well as exhaust vents that eliminate stale air. Consider factors such as roof design, vent operation and appearance to find the best roof vents for your home.

Understand the different types of roof vents. Passive vents work naturally due to air pressure changes, or as the wind blows. Fan-powered vents transfer larger amounts of air, and may work better in areas where there is little wind, or for homes that require large amounts of ventilation.

Determine how many vents you need. According to Reader’s Digest, homeowners will need about one square foot of roof ventilation for every 150 square feet of attic space. You can use a few large vents or multiple smaller units to meet this guideline.

Think about the possibility of leaks. Vents that are installed within the roof itself, such as static (eyebrow) units, pose a more serious risk for leaks than vents installed along the gables or soffits. If you must install vents within the roof itself, make sure the vent has integral flashing that can be easily tied into the existing roof system.

Consider the effectiveness of each type of vent. Because hot air rises to the highest point of the roof, ridge vents tend to be the most effective. Gable vents, which are located in the walls at either end of a gabled roof, are fairly ineffective at removing warm air.

Compare appearance options. According to Schindler Roofing, low-profile static or eyebrow vents tend to be the least obtrusive and most visually appealing. Turbines and fans are highly visible and can negatively impact the roof’s appearance. Tombstone-style vents are another attractive option, but these vents work best on steeply-sloped roofs.

Decide whether you want your vents to be screened. Screens keep out insects and other pests, but may reduce ventilation effectiveness. If pest control is a priority, choose screened units, but add additional vents to ensure the attic is properly ventilated.

Select materials that can hold up against severe weather. Galvanized and stainless steel units can withstand rain and high levels of moisture. Avoid non-galvanized steel, which may rust.