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Provent 14 in. x 4 ft. Attic Ventilation System

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Model # UPV14480

Internet # 100533902

Store SKU # 739684

The Provent 14 in. x 4 ft. Attic Ventilation System helps keep air flowing in your attic. The ventilation system is made of tear-resistant plastic to help prevent breakage and can be cut to fit most joist spaces. Install the ventilation system between rafters to provide an air channel through insulation to help keep air flowing freely from soffits to ridge vents.

  • Install between rafters in an attic to provide an unobstructed air channel through insulation to help keep air flowing from soffits to ridge vents
  • Installs easily in both new and retrofit applications
  • Can be cut to fit most joist spaces
  • Cathedral ceilings require a continuous run of vents from intake to exhaust with a 1 in. space between each vent
  • Made with pro-grade, tear-resistant, high-impact plastic
  • Plastic construction is rigid to help prevent breakage during re-insulation
  • Full-joist coverage to provide excellent air flow
  • Easy to transport and store at the job site
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
48 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
14 
Details
Insulation Type 
Accessory 
Warranty / Certifications
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Warranty Information 
Limited Warranty 

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Must these be used with ridge vents? I have square static vents on one part of the house and turbines on another part.

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If you have insulation blocking the ridge vents then yes you would need one. If you have no insulation around your ridge vents then you would not need it.
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Do these need to run from bottom to the top?

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Do these need to run from the bottom of the rafter to the top or can one section do the job correctly?
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Depends. The spec sheet shows several different application methods for different scenarios. Basically this product is just to keep air flow from the soffit past the floor insulation of an unfinished attic to the space beyond the insulation. In a finished attic you'd need one at the soffit vents and another at the ridge vents in order to have an air channel through the insulation. The only applications Read More
Depends. The spec sheet shows several different application methods for different scenarios. Basically this product is just to keep air flow from the soffit past the floor insulation of an unfinished attic to the space beyond the insulation. In a finished attic you'd need one at the soffit vents and another at the ridge vents in order to have an air channel through the insulation. The only applications that would require a full run from vent to vent would be a fully finished attic with insulation in the rafters from vent to vent or an attic with cathedral ceilings. Read Less
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Is it okay for a CAN-light to rest against it?

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May 18, 2016
Particularly CAN-lights that can have insulation rest against them. I have a tight space to fit the light and the baffle.
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Is their adjustability from 14 inches to narrower

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I have rafter spaces from 11 inches to 17 inches
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use battens were very easy to use size cut and staple. Over locking end ribbing connected well April 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product. I installed 110 of these in my 1600 square feet home before adding blown in insulation. They are very flexible and easy to maneuver. I recommend using a 6-8 feet 1x2 board to push the baffles into position. The closer you're to the soffits the tighter the space becomes. February 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I wouldn't build a house without these energy savers and comfort makers. I added on to a ranch home and installed the Provents before the ceiling insulation. They allow hot air to rise and exit via ridge vents and cold air to flow down and out the soffit vents. This means less air conditioning in the summer and less heating during winter. When the roofers were installing the ridge vents and shingles, they couldn't believe how much heat was blasting out the roof peak, even on a not so very hot day. In the summer, in the part of the house without the Provent system, you can feel the heat like an oppressive weight even from the 14 foot cathedral ceilings. Of course, the air conditioning unit in that part of the house runs much more often than the unit that supports the new addition which is just a little less in cubic feet of space. A 40x30 foot home would take less than 200 panels and I'd bet you'd get your money back in the first year. Also, after 16 years the asphalt shingles on the new addition still look brand new and I expect a minimum of 30 years from the roof. September 8, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product I purchased this to install in my attic roof to ensure I have the proper air flow from intake to the roof. They are plastic and very easy to install with 2 to 4 staples. I liked the plastic because it was flexible enough to get into current installation and work around it. I would definitely recommend it. March 23, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install I got this for the attic. It's very easy to install as oppose to foam kind. Flexible, yet durable. Some areas I have to use double to reach the height. September 18, 2012
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