Because heat rises, homes often have duct vents on the floors. While they are great for keeping the house warm, the coated metal drop-in vents don’t complement a beautiful prefinished wood floor.
Ease of Installation
Many customers choose floor vents over wall registers due to their ease of installation. Traditional coated metal drop-in vents that come with most new homes do a little for a beautiful prefinished wood floor, and they can be difficult to remove. Fortunately, various species and styles of vents match or complement your hardwood floors. They can be either flush mount that sits down even with the floor or surface mount vents that can be secured over a duct opening.
Having duct vents on your floors is common in most homes because heat rises. But while they help keep the house warm, the coated metal drop-in vents don’t match your gorgeous prefinished wood floors well. Fortunately, hardwood floor vents come in numerous styles and species to match your hardwood floors. These can be either flush mount, which sits down even with your foot, or surface mount, which can be put over the duct opening. Many homes have duct vents in the floor because heat rises, and this is a perfect way to keep your house warm on a cold fall or winter day.
The beauty of a wood vent is that it matches and complements the flooring in a home, enhancing the room’s overall look. A metal support plate is usually included, allowing retailers to custom-match the vent to the specific flooring colorway for an exact match. The result is a high-end, stylish product that’s strong enough to be installed in industrial spaces and sophisticated enough for use in luxury multi-million dollar homes. The vents you place on your floors may seem like a minor detail, but they impact the overall look and feel of the room. Stock vent covers can easily clash with your flooring or decor and only sometimes look clean and crisp, while custom-made options require ample lead time to stain and are often expensive. Until now, there wasn’t an excellent solution to this problem. But now, retailers can offer their clients an elegant alternative to standard vent options that elevate the mechanical vent from a functional accessory to an integral design element.
Because heat rises, most homes have duct vents on their floors. These are great for keeping the house warm during a cold winter day. But, the coated metal drop-in vents that come standard with most HVAC companies only complement that beautiful prefinished wood floor a little.
Although the duct vents on the floor may seem like an afterthought, they are a significant component of your home’s design and aesthetic. Unlike the standard coated metal drop-in registers, flush mount vents seamlessly blend with the prefinished hardwood floors. They are available in several patterns and wood species to match your flooring. Plus, they’re more cost-effective than tearing up the floor and replacing them with new duct work. That makes them an actual value.
Because heat rises, many homes have duct vents on the floors. While this keeps houses warm on a cold fall or winter day, the coated metal coats most vents come with the need to look better with prefinished wood flooring. To remedy this, homeowners can use penetrating oil sealers, which provide a low-sheen finish highlighting hardwood’s natural patterns and hues. Penetrating oil sealers are not a long-term solution for high-traffic areas; they must be recoated every few years and are prone to staining and water spots.