Rated 4.1 out of 5Â by 7
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kathryn VP
These vents are great! We use them on termite treatments when we have to cut into a wall to access plumbing. We fill the hole with the vent so that if we need to inspect or re-treat at a later date, we can just pop the vent out. And they are much more attractive and less visible than the plain aluminum vents.
June 15, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5Â by duffy exactly what I needed to replace.
new design works better, easy to enstall, differ with extra wide edge
January 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by gintasle Very useful for ventilation
I used 3 and 2 inch. vents for my screen room walls ventilation. It works !
January 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by equatorialthoughts Installed About a Hundred of Them!
I used these to replace a ton of vents on my old home. It is true that they simply push in, but I found the friction to be more than adequate on my home. The holes were already there, and we actually tapped each one of these in with a rubber mallet. Good product and experience. They are definitely pricey, but I found them to be worth it thus far.
October 12, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5Â by ElbowJoe Poor design
I purchased the 4 inch version of this vent at the recommendation of a Home Depot employee. The intent was to use this as the vent mounted on the under side of my soffit for my bathroom exhaust fan. The issue with this design is that there is no method of attaching it to the soffit other than friction. The outer lip on the vent is not wide enough to run screws through and the plastic vent does not contain any tabs or snaps to hold it onto the 4â vent pipe or in the hole cut into the wall or soffit. I called the manufacturer (Master Flow â LL Building Products) and talked to customer service to make sure I had not âmissed anythingâ. He said that this was a âfriction fitâ and agreed that this was not the best design. If this is mounted on a wall â it will not fall out due to gravity â but even so, I have a real problem with putting something on my house that can be easily slid off. The bad thing is that this could be easily fixed with a wider lip and a couple of tabs that would snap into the vent pipe when inserted.
September 2, 2009