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Customer reviews for 22 in. x 48 in. Attic Ventilation Channel 10 Per Carton

22 in. x 48 in. Attic Ventilation Channel 10 Per Carton

Each carton contains 10 vents. The proVent attic ventilation channel provides an unobstructed air channel through your insulation. Without proper attic ventilation, air cannot flow freely from the soffit to the exhaust vents. Poor air flow reduces insulation efficiencies and accelerates problems due to moisture. ProVent may be installed prior to the soffit panel without fear of blow-out. It is recommended that one proVent channel be installed per rafter or truss cavity. This product is ideal for premium construction and difficult applications such as re-insulation jobs.
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50%of customersrecommend this product1 of 2reviews
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Customer reviews for 22 in. x 48 in. Attic Ventilation Channel 10 Per Carton
Review 1 for 22 in. x 48 in. Attic Ventilation Channel 10 Per Carton
from Galesburg, IL
Age Range:55 to 64
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

Cheap & Expensive At The Same Time

PostedApril 8, 2014
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1 out of 5
No, I do not recommend this product.
I'm sure this product worked as described but it was very expensive for such a flimsy piece of plastic. I returned mine and just tacked insulation board to the rafters. It did the same thing, provided more air clearance, was easier to install, and was less than half the price.
Cons: Inconsistent, Difficult to Install, flimsy plastic product, expensive
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Review 2 for 22 in. x 48 in. Attic Ventilation Channel 10 Per Carton

I hope it works

PostedJune 13, 2011
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3.0 out of 5.0
3 out of 5
I had these installed during a re-roofing job. When the asphalt and wood shingles were removed, there was no plywood and the roof was open. We slid the channels between the rafters on the sides and between the insulation below and the "slats" above. Because we did not fasten them, there might not be a perfect fit. The channels are very thin plastic and might be "crushed" if insulation is pushed against them too tightly. I don't know how anyone except insulation contractors could install these after a roof was installed. Even they couldn't install them during summer days with outside temps near 100. I did a quick check of the attic and I'm not sure we got many of them in good.
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