Drywall Lite Frame [Return]
The minimalist drop-in wall & ceiling return vent. Super-easy, DIY-friendly, drop-in install lays on top of the surface, no mudding required.
*Do not use on floors. This model is only graded for wall and ceiling surfaces.
Make sure you have the right size: SIZING TOOL
100% Manufactured in Canada
*Consult your HVAC specialist to ensure Aria is right for your system.
- Can be installed anytime. Super easy DIY install.
- Use only on wall and ceiling surfaces.
- Paint to customize. Recommend using primer.
- Air Flow - No air flow control - vent remains open at all times.
- Easy Cleaning - Pop out inner plate for easy duct cleaning.
Can I use this on floors, walls and ceilings?
This is only for wall and ceiling vents. Do not use this on floor surfaces.
Can I paint it?
Yes! The frame and plate are specifically designed to be painted or wall-papered to match your walls. Use of primer recommended.
My drywall is already installed, can I use this?
Yes, absolutely! Super easy drop-in install. No mud, sanding required.
What's the difference between the Drywall Lite Frame and the Drywall Lite Bead models?
The Drywall Lite Frame has a framed rim that sits on top of the wall surface. The top mount frame will remain visible. The Bead is a flush mount model that is mudded and contours into your wall surface.
What's the difference between the Drywall Lite Frame and the Drywall Pro?
The Drywall Lite Bead is made made in ABS plastic, does not allow air flow control, and is a top mount vent. The Drywall Pro is made in solid steel, has air flow control dampers, and is a flush mount vent.
We have been using Aria Vents on our Holmes projects👍 Fantastic quality and products.
The quality and look of these returns is outstanding! Worth every penny.
I have ordered these in many formats. Happy they came out with options.
Looked way too cheap and didnt fit with the other bathroom fan vents that are metal. I thought it would be easier to do the one with a trim because the bathroom had wallpaper on the ceiling.
Hi since youve asked ......and because it is a great idea...
When i showed the pic from your site to our clients they loved it .... the perfect solution to a wall return vent that is directly in sight (but the only wall available for an open concept space ...)
The only thing is when we got it i guess we didnt realise its plastic... but the design is perfect so ok we painted it and installed the vent ...
Looks great except its located at the bottom of the wall and when you see it from above you can see inside and looks a bit off ....
Small detail but in highend homes details are extremely important.
The other thing is people are not used to seeing these vents so they think its a trap door or access panel and keep asking why is an access panel there ?? LOL... Then once we explain it, they love it 🤣