Aluminum Floor Grille Durable as Cast Iron Gray Powder Coated Finish

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Aluminum Floor Grille Durable as Cast Iron Gray Powder Coated Finish

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Aluminum Floor Grille
Durable as Cast Iron
Gray Powder Coated Finish

Lightweight and rustproof, our rugged aluminum grilles are particularly well suited to wall or ceiling locations where weight is an issue; or to any location, inside or out, where moisture can rust other materials. Every bit as durable as cast iron, our aluminum grilles come with a baked-on, gray, powder-coat finish that can be painted to match your decor.

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Aluminum Floor Grille
Durable as Cast Iron
Gray Powder Coated Finish

Lightweight and rustproof, our rugged aluminum grilles are particularly well suited to wall or ceiling locations where weight is an issue; or to any location, inside or out, where moisture can rust other materials. Every bit as durable as cast iron, our aluminum grilles come with a baked-on, gray, powder-coat finish that can be painted to match your decor.

 

Cast Aluminum Floor Grille

Specifications:

  • Cast aluminum construction.
  • Victorian style.
  • Lightweight but sturdy enough to last through generations of homeowners.
  • Will never rust.
  • Great for bathrooms and other moist areas.
  • Available with holes to make it easy for you to screw them into walls, ceilings or floorboards.
  • Available styles:
  • Installation of Registers and Grilles

    Installation of floor registers and grilles is a simple process. The only tool needed is a tape measure.

  • To begin, remove the old register or grille from the floor. Measure the old grille and size by using How to Measure Grilles.
  • Purchase the correct grille. The old saying measure twice and purchase once will save you money and time. Use the selector guides on our website and pick the style you like.
  • Simply place the vent into the opening and make sure it goes into the hole all the way.
    1. It is very important that you never leave the duct opening without a register or grille. If someone steps into the opening they can be seriously hurt.
    2. If you have to modify or straighten any ductwork make sure you use the proper tool and gloves. Sheet metal duct work is very sharp.