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Wood Air Vents for Wood Flooring

by domino - June 8th, 2015.
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Air Vents for Wood Floors

Matching air vents to the species of wood flooring in your home is a common request as clients like the look of the wood air vents vs. a metal air vent cover.

The warm air returns are smaller and fit right into the ducts that are used for heating and cooling the home.

These can be fit flush with the floor and are sanded and finished and dropped into place.  It really makes the wood floors so much prettier using wood air vents instead of the metal ones.

Warm Air Vent Covers

Madrone warm air vent

This is a madrone floor with a madrone warm air vent cover.

Oak air vent

This one is an oak floor with a warm air vent cover.

Chestnut vent

A chestnut floor with a chestnut warm air vent cover.

Cold Air Return Vents

The cold air returns are usually larger in size and are also sanded and finished to match the floor.

red oak vent


Red oak cold air returns.

Wood air vents are made for just about any species of wood flooring, including bamboo, Santos Mahogany, Brazilian cherry, oak, and maple.  If you are looking to change out your metal vents for wood ones to match your floor, give us a call!

Portland Hardwood Flooring

Installation, refinishing and repairing of hardwood floors in Portland, Oregon. We install new hardwood floors, prefinished wood floors; we sand and refinish existing hardwood floors using a dust containment system. We install wood stairs, borders and have access to sustainable and eco-friendly products.

Our mission is to ensure the longevity of our company through referral and repeat business achieved by customer satisfaction in all areas including timeliness and attention to detail.

Let us help you make an informed decision about what hardwood floor is right for you. Call us today and let’s get started on your project: 503.245.3373 or visit our website for more information and photos on Hardwood Floor Installation and Refinishing.

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