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Topic # 113317 13-Jan-2013 18:24 Send private message

I'm looking for nice looking air vent grills for a ventilation/heat transfer/DVS type install, but I do not want the normal ones.  Looking for something that looks nice.  150mm or 200mm duct connection.  This will be installed in the ceiling by the door, so ideally rectangular.

I have another requirement for something like the following with a light but without the axial fan and exhaust grill, also 150mm or 200m: http://www.trademe.co.nz/building-renovation/bathroom/extractor-fans/auction-552015723.htm

But all I find is the standard round or maybe industrial looking square grills.  I've also searched eBay.  Sureley there must be something nice available?




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These guys are the biggest manufacturer in NZ. I'm not sure if they supply to the public but they probably will.

http://www.holyoake.com/

 

 



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  Reply # 744785 14-Jan-2013 21:38 Send private message

try a gas central heating installer - they usually have a range of grilles and vents.  
for example see bottom on this page: http://www.wellingtongasheating.co.nz/central-heating




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