The following images are just a few of the photographs that have been sent to us by customers who have successfully installed their Adjust-A-Grate. We hope these will give you a sense of what the Adjust-A-Grate will look like on your well and displays the functionality of an adjustable grate.
While we don’t require you to send us a photo of your installed grate, we always appreciate seeing them and will happily review your installation free of charge.
Rectangular Window Well Grate on Wood Well
Model RL8 Grate shown above.
This Adjust-A-Grate has been adjusted out to its longest length (60 inches). The projection of the well was the minimum amount required for this grate to fit inside the opening of the well (30 inches), providing wall to wall grate. Some models depending on the projection out from your home will have small gaps at the front and back of the well, not to exceed the gaps already present in the grate.
Model RL9 Window Well Cover
Model RL9 Window Well Grate on a Concrete Well
Two Model RXL6s with a Connector Kit on a Wood Window Well
2 Model RXL6s Adjust-A-Grates Shown on Rectangular Wood Well with a connector kit.
Rectangular grates and connector kits are not carried by retail stores. Connector kits cannot be used with all types of grates or sizes. Call us to find out more today.
Pictures Submitted by Rich & Dianne H. in Spokane Valley, WA
Model RXL6 & Model RXL5 with Connector Kit on a Concrete Rectangular Well
Model S4 Grate on a Concrete Well
Standard Model S4 used on a Concrete Well where the metal well shape was maintained.
Model L9 on Keystone Block Well
Standard Model L9 Grate on Keystone Block Well.
Notice how the loops adjust independently of one another to give you a truly custom fit.
Precast Concrete Window Well Grates
2 Model PC8s on 7-sided Precast Concrete Wells
Model PC8 Adjust-A-Grate Shown on a 7-sided Precast Concrete Well.
Note that due to the angles of the well, a standard model L8 would not work to cover this shape of an egress well.
Photo submitted by Kurt R. in Lakewood, CO