Arts and Crafts Heating and Air Conditioning Grilles
This is the grille that started our very popular Arts and Crafts heating and air conditioning grilles. These grilles were originally made in New York State in approximately 1870-1914. They are the most outstanding grilles ever made in the USA. Andrew Carnegie placed them in most of the Carnegie Libraries from 1883 to 1929. We have been manufacturing these historical reproductions in the USA since 1990, using the highest quality urethane resin which is strong, dimensionally stable and heat resistant and captures the exact details of the originals. Please note the hole in the border design which accommodated a lever to open and close a damper.
Today we have completed our re-design and engineering of this classic. Thanks to 3D technology we have been able to create 58 sizes to meet the demands of today’s heating and air conditioning industry. We have maintained the historic quality of the carving using the finest materials for casting. Resin is now a preferable material for heating and air conditioning grilles as it will not rust or corrode.
Heating and Air Conditioning Grilles have never looked so good. The Grand Del Mar, a five-star resort, used our Arts and Crafts style heating and air conditioning grilles throughout their resort and in all of the guest rooms.
Large heating and air conditioning grilles no longer need to be an eyesore.
The Del Mar used our Arts and Crafts for the ceiling heating and air conditioning unit. The highly decorative heating and air conditioning grille was so attractive they used them on the entire ceiling blending the functional heating and air conditioning unit into the look of a coffered ceiling. The heating and air conditioning grilles are cast in urethane resin and over 14 finishes. Shown here is an arts and crafts heating and air conditioning grille which was curved for this installation.
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