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Provent 22 in. x 4 ft. Rafter Vent

  • Promotes attic ventilation
  • Can be cut to fit spaces
  • Provent 22 in. x 4 ft. Attic Ventilation System
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Product Overview

Ensure proper attic ventilation with the Provent 22 in. x 4 ft. Rafter Vent. It has high-impact plastic construction 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 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 joists
  • 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.)
2
Product Width (in.)
22

Details

Insulation Accessory Type
Rafter Vent
Insulation Features
Water Resistant
Insulation Type
Accessory
Number of Pieces
1

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
N/A

Questions & Answers

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How much room does this take up inside a true 2x6 joist?

Asked by GG July 18, 2018
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The other answers here are incorrect and misleading. The 22" width fits in between a 2 x X joist with an additional 1/2" of space to allow for adjustment within the cavity. Math: 24" O.C. Joist - 3/4" - 3/4" ( Half the width of a the 2 x X on both sides) leaves a 22 1/2" cavity in which to place the vent. Given the fact this vent is 22" wide. that allows for approx 1/4" of adjustment on both sides of the vent. On an unrelated note here is another item that other commenters could benefit from https://www.homedepot.com/p/Calculated-Industries-Construction-Master-5-Calculator-4050/100324426

how many pieces in a case?

Asked by RustySpurr October 8, 2019
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Per the description these are sold individually. However there are 50 pcs in an unopened case.

How bad does this item rattle during windy days? My current foam baffles make an awful noise duri...

Asked by CTNIC November 7, 2016
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You stated "high velocity". The space between the baffle and the roof sheathing needs to be increased to slow the velocity. Air moving too fast cannot transfer heat efficiently.

Do they make 72 inch ones

Asked by Haz November 23, 2020
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No, to increase the length of run you will need to purchase an additional vent and install them in a "shingled" pattern.

What length staples do you recommend? Thank you.

Asked by RustySpurr February 7, 2018
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I used 3/8 and they held good. You definitely want short enough staples that they don't poke through the outside of your roof.

will spray foam stay on when u spray it

Asked by molly January 29, 2018
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I would not recommend a spray foam or adhesive. The foam will have an issue holding even that much weight without you holding it for an hour or two. When summer hits, the attic gets very hot. The spray adhesives could become weak. The only thing needed to secure these is about 4 - <1/2" nails.That will ensure the air can circulate into the attic, and you can insulate over to the edge of your home. Hope this helps.

Can I install a radiant barrier film over these vents? I live in Florida and wonder if the radian...

Asked by Jeff March 9, 2020
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It has never been tested - please call 952-885-7216 - Leave message and you will receive a call back - we need more information on your attic.

Will these fit my 97+ Sc300?

Asked by SpooledYA August 29, 2019
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I believe you are asking me if these will fit in a car? If you purchase these from a Home Depot, the product is 22" wide by 48" long - 50 pieces will be approximately 4' tall. When I move these between facilities as a sales person I put the short end on the passenger floor and lean the long (48") into the seat (I lay the seat back slightly so they don't bounce as much). Hopefully this answers your question.

What is the NFA?

Asked by RustySpurr October 2, 2019
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The Net Free Air is 26 square inches for the Provent 22".

Will these fit my 97+ Sc300?

Asked by SpooledYA August 29, 2019
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I believe you are asking me if these will fit in a car? If you purchase these from a Home Depot, the product is 22" wide by 48" long - 50 pieces will be approximately 4' tall. When I move these between facilities as a sales person I put the short end on the passenger floor and lean the long (48") into the seat (I lay the seat back slightly so they don't bounce as much). Hopefully this answers your question.

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I'm sure they're built exactly to spec unfortunately my house isn't. The folding ridges help to f...
I'm sure they're built exactly to spec unfortunately my house isn't. The folding ridges help to fold a straight line but distort the shape when you use it so I can't get a tight seal. The plastic seemed like it would hold longer than the Styrofoam I've used on other houses. They don't give any extra and are semi rigid because of how they are molded so they don't completely close of the space between most of the rafters and you can't flatten them out more effectively to give you more reach. I can't use them to keep the blown in insulation from going into the soffit because of the large gaps they leave. They also don't have a long enough leg to give the air flow I want or clear all the nails. I thought they would save me time, but after installing about 10 of them I'm ripping them out and trying something else.
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Response from ADO Product ExpertOctober 8, 2018
Jal - I am sorry for your problems when installing this product. We do have a vent called the Durovent Baffle (available on Homedepot.com) which sounds like it would help in your situation. It has a panel which provides a block at the top plate. It would keep the insulation out of the soffit.
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good product and good price
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Great product, I was able to staple the flanges onto the sheathing. Rigid yet flexible
Great product, I was able to staple the flanges onto the sheathing. Rigid yet flexible
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Works like it's supposed to.
Works like it's supposed to.
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Makes Great Door Panels
I needed a quick fix for my missing door panels in my 95 SC300. After heading to Home Depot to grab some 24inch x 48inch sheet metal to fab something up I realized just how heavy they were going to be. That’s when I took a stroll through the store and stumbled upon this godsend. Super light and basically the exact dimensions as my door, super easy to cut openings for handles/speakers/window switches/etc, it was the perfect fix for me, and best of all? It was only $2.57! 100% will recommend to the rest of the automotive community!
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OK but they are too thin ... they rip through...
OK but they are too thin ... they rip through with any staple ... and they are an inch or two too narrow ... other than that ... hey they are cheap !
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Response from ADO Product ExpertApril 20, 2020
These are made to fit a 24" on center opening and applied to the roof deck. Once in place they can be torn off the staples with force, then reapplied in the correct position.
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