Architectural Grilles & Louvers


Architectural Grilles & Louvers

The discipline designator helps to identify the type of work that is included on the sheets. Since sheets are distributed to the different sub-contractors in the field, it is helpful for the drawings to be organized by discipline. Therefore, the plumbing contractor can easily take a set of "P" drawings, which has all of the plumbing drawings (plans, schedules, details, etc), and they will not have to sift through the unrelated electrical or structural drawings.

The discipline designator can be a single letter or a double-letter. Very large or complex projects will want to make use of the double-letter designations to help sub-divide each discipline further.

In another point, the architectural services offered by MTM Sheet Metal include: design, preparation of construction documents, and construction management.
Also, we provide a portfolio of services that include feasibility studies, architectural programming and project management.


Perforated grilles and metal sheets could be the beautiful touch your project has been missing. For any modern architect or contractor, matching every aspect of the construction to spec is essential. A renovation project can’t be counted as a success when the small details are still off. Classic establishments and historical projects need the allure of taking someone back in time to when every detail was painstakingly perfected. For those types of projects, a full set of made-to-spec perforated metal grilles can elevate the entire look of the building.

If you’re in the market for beautiful perforated grilles for your renovation or new construction, we know how to provide exactly what you need. We’ve crafted perforated metal sheets for over a century, always made in the U.S.A. and fit perfectly to our customers’ orders.


A louver in sheet metal design is typically a formed feature made with a punch press incorporating a top and bottom die. When formed the metal is slit across the length of the louver and forced up into the die. The sides of the feature will not be slit.

louver, also spelled Louvre, arrangement of parallel, horizontal blades, slats, laths, slips of glass, wood, or other material designed to regulate airflow or light penetration. Louvers are often used in windows or doors in order to allow air or light in while keeping sunshine or moisture out.





Our way of working is very flexible and focused on the customer. We are organized in customer teams where the distance from management to work-force is very short, and we carry all responsibility towards the customer. This means that we can take on assignments with short lead time and high demands on flexibility and delivery assurance.
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