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Architectural Detail: Stone Heat Registers

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Architectural Detail: Stone Heat Registers

March 15, 2012

Here’s a solution to the problem of unsightly heat registers on stone or tile floors: custom registers which are made from your flooring material and blend right in.

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Above: Using water-jet-cutting technology, Portland-based Sellwood Company creates heat registers from natural stone or tile. You ship them pieces of your tile or stone, and they will fabricate it to your desired specifications. For standard register sizes, prices range from $95 to $125; contact the company for pricing on custom sizes.

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Above: In addition to making custom registers from your stone or tile, Metro Marble Restoration in Michigan also offers stock marble registers; prices for either range from $109 to $149.

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