Which Mounting Style? Copperlab's vents come in two different mounting styles. The flush mount should be purchased if the siding of your building is already installed, or if your building is brick or stone. The stucco mount model has a flashing is meant to be installed prior to the siding installation. This mount can best be used with stucco, or wood / vinyl siding (stucco mount vents must be installed underneath siding and water-proofing).
|Application||Basement Vent, Intake Vent, Wall Vent|
|Installation||Brick, Soffit, Stone, Stucco, Wall, Wood|
|Material||Copper, Hammered Copper, Stainless Steel|
|Product Drawing||Stucco Mount Foundation Vent Drawing
Flush Mount Foundation Vent Drawing (563 KB)
Great product an the people in the office are great to deal with
I ordered the stainless, stucco version of the vent. They are well designed, and well built.
Exceeded my expectations
I was aware of the presence of seams at the corners (previous reviewer) so I was OK with that. But I am using the vents in a bench that contains a subwoofer, so they are of borderline quality for furniture usage. I was a little disappointed in the copper mesh. I thought it would be more rigid and heavy-duty, but it is a little flexible. It could break if someone accidentally kicks it. I am hoping it doesn't vibrate when the subwoofer is putting out max sound.
Vents are very well made. I would have rated it a 5 if they would have spent a few more minutes cleaning up the finish.
Vents are attractive and very well made. I'd rate them a 5 if they spent a little more time cleaning and finishing the exposed surface.
Vent is made very well. Both attractive and sturdy.
I used the copper foundation vents as grates for my fence gates. I am very pleased with the product. The vents are quality products with a great look!
Vent is made very well. It is a simple design with quality materials and construction. I got the hammered copper version which looks great.