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Wicker Style Cast Iron Wall Register
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SKU: 925687

Wicker Style Cast Iron Wall Register

Starting at $36.95

List Price $48.95

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Known for its durability and timeless appeal, cast iron makes the Wicker Wall-Mount Register a must-have for a traditional home. Captivating shapes take this accent from standard to extraordinary. Included are adjustable louvers to direct air flow.

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  • Product Details
    • Design: Wicker
    • Product Finish: Black
    • Material: Cast Iron
    • Installation Type: Wall
    • Louvers: Yes
    • Louver Control Extension from Register: 3/4"
    • Mounting Hardware Included: Yes
    • Mounting Hardware Concealed: Yes
    • Made of heavy duty cast iron.
    • Made of 8mm-thick cast iron.
    • Black Powder Coat finish.
    • Includes four tension springs for securing into wall ducts. No screws required.
    • Louvers included.
    • Removable louvers.
    • To determine the size of your register, measure the actual opening in the floor. Do not measure the overall size of the existing register.
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  • Reviews
    • Very tight fit

      Posted: 2/2/16 by Kilonen

      3
      Good looking replacement. Got 9 of these. All have an assembly error that causes the stamped metal Louver housing to bow in the middle about 1/4" making the grate a very tight fit in a standard duct constrained by hardwood floor. Was able to get them in with a sand mallet. Wasn't obvious to me how to re-assemble them myself so that the stamped louvre housing was rectangular for a drop in fit: Simple enough to take apart and move the housing inside the thread tangs on the bottom of the casting (which is how the casting was designed to be used) but then putting the assembly screws in has to be done from inside the louvre housing - maybe a kids hand could do that. Didn't feel like wrestling with it given I could force them in place - on the bright side they won't move around if the vacuum hits them.

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