One of the challenges when you own a historic home is finding replacements for heat registers and cold air returns. If you own a Kalamazoo historic home, there are a couple places to check to find old heat registers and cold air returns. One of the places is Heritage Antiques and Restoration on Edwards street in downtown Kalamazoo. They have a decent selection of historic heat registers and cold air returns. The prices have been going up over there quite rapidly, unfortunately. The Habitat for Humanity store on Lake Drive also is a place to check, but they don’t carry a large selection — you just might randomly find one there.
If you are not in Kalamazoo, or can’t find what you are looking for around town, there are a few good places on the web.
Recently I was hunting for some historic registers and I found the following websites to carry what I was looking for. I will link them here so you can avoid some Googling time! 🙂
There may be other places that you have found. If so, please write back and let us know. When you purchase historic homes, part of the joy and fun is the search for authentic reproductions or replacements. Enjoy the hunt!
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