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Caren U

A customer of ours has a blog about her Bungalow Remodel, here in Portland, Oregon.  It is an incredible resource for anyone who is thinking about, dreaming about, or just plain interested in the respectful remodel of a classic Bungalow.  Here is her Blog

And here is what she kindly says about us in one of her entries:  
“Johnny
of the Laurelhurst Fan Company dropped by the exhaust cover. It is a thing of beauty! I am so glad I splurged on it. Because of existing constraints, the exhaust fan for the bath was placed on an interior wall. The fan was then vented through an exterior wall and under the back deck to obscure the exterior vent cover from view. But on the inside, I could not bear the idea of staring at a 14″ white plastic square vent cover every time I entered the bathroom, so I searched for something more vintage-looking and discovered the Laurelhurst Fan Company located right here in Portland, Oregon. Who thought something so mundane could be so gorgeous? I thoroughly enjoyed working with Johnny and Nicole and can’t wait to have the grille put up.”

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Parkview Grille

Parkview Grille

Parkview Grille in Chrome

Parkview Grille in Chrome

Some clients of ours kindly sent some photos of their all chromed Parkview Grille that they installed over an existing fan in their kitchen (there is another photo in the post below).

Their fan was sufficient enough – but their grille was not.  They found us and we were able to make a custom faceplate that fits right behind the grille they wanted, with the exact dimensions of their current fan opening.

If you have an existing fan or air duct that you would like to cover with a Laurelhurst Grille, custom faceplates allow you to hide  unsightly things like wiring or unfinished drywall.

This is another example of how YOU have helped us find answers for other peoples’ ventilation dilemmas!  We didn’t start out selling custom faceplates – but after talking to so many of you about your needs – we’re delighted that this solves many of them!  We will be posting more about custom faceplates very soon.

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