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Model # PBR 312-2BK

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Pipe Boot Repair for 2 in. I.D. Vent Pipe Black Color

$19.18
  • Gasket-less build is a 2-piece pipe boot system to repair leaks
  • Heavy-duty plastic construction stands up to all weather extremes
  • Crafted to be compatible with most PVC and all other pipe types
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About This Product

Existing pipe boot repair and preventative maintenance -The Perma-Boot is a gasket-less two piece pipe boot repair system designed to permanently repair the most common type of roof leak - the leak around the vent pipes that penetrate your roof. The Perma-Boot can also be used as a very effective preventative maintenance product to guard against future roof leaks and the resulting damage to sheetrock, insulation, paint and hardwood floors etc. The Perma-Boot will stand up to all weather extremes and is warranted for the life of the existing shingle. Patented design allows for use on roofs pitched from 3/12 to 12/12. Available in Black, Brown, Weathered Wood and Gray to match your shingles. Made in the USA and requires no tools for installation.

Highlights

  • Perma-Boot slides over your existing roof vent boot, preventing future leaks
  • Installation takes just a few minutes - no tools required
  • Designed for all standard roof pitches - 3/12 to 12/12
  • Guaranteed for life of shingle
  • Compatible with PVC and all other pipe types
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Product Information

Internet # 202581368

Model # PBR 312-2BK

Store SKU # 665948

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Specifications

Dimensions

Pipe Diameter (in.)

2

Product Length (in.)

9 in

Product Thickness (in.)

.0625

Product Width (in.)

7.5 in

Details

Color Family

Black

Features

Corrosion Resistant, Water Resistant

Flashing Type

No Caulk Vent Pipe

Gauge

.03

Material

Plastic

Pack Size

1

Product Weight (lb.)

1 lb

Profile

Rain Diverter

Returnable

90-Day

Roofing Product Type

Vent Pipe Flashing

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Warranted for life of shingles

Questions & Answers

23Questions
caret
Q:what do you do if your pipe is too high
by|Sep 23, 2021
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A:  You can cut the pipe down to a reasonable height to make it work.

by|Oct 7, 2022
    1 found this answer helpful
    caret
    Q:will this work on a concrete / mission tile roof?
    by|Aug 31, 2018
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    A:  As long as it has a pipe to go over, I don’t see a problem. Held on even during hurricane Irma. Great item!

    by|May 6, 2023

      A:  I would assume so since you need to put a bead of caulk around it.

      by|Sep 8, 2020

        A:  Yes I will work you may need to trim bas to contour of tile

        by|May 6, 2023

          A:  Yes It will work. You really don't need to stick this thing to floor. If you can then it's good otherwise it's not going to fly away. It's tight to the pipe.

          by|May 6, 2023

            A:  My advice is to contact David@perma-boot.com. I wrote to him initially because I have a metal roof, and I was worried about snow and ice dams here in Maine, and he reassured me they would work fine. I now have three up there, and I will see how things go this winter.

            by|May 6, 2023
              caret
              Q:Pipe only measures 1-1/4; what do I need to do?
              by|May 2, 2018
              5 Answers
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              A:  Might need to see if there os a smaller size then the top slides down over the stand pipe

              by|May 5, 2023

                A:  Pipe Boot Repair for 1.5 in still going to work for 1-1/4 in.

                by|May 5, 2023

                  A:  We do not have a product for an 1-1/4" pipe. Standard plumbing vent stacks are 1.5", 2", 3" and some 4"

                  by|May 5, 2023

                    A:  It will probably be two loose. You may have to caulk the top down to hold it all together.

                    by|May 5, 2023

                      A:  Looking at the Perma-Boot and Home Depot web site the smallest they offer is 1 1/2. Now if you want to get creative you could purchase from Home Depot; 1 1/2 Perma-Boot, 1-1/4 x 1 1/2 reducer bushing, and some 1 1/2 pvc pipe. Sip the bushing on the 1 1/4 pipe. Place the Perma-Boot over this. Measure and cut the 1 1/4 so the Perma-Boot fits over the old boot and sets down on the roof. Now measure and cut the 1 1/2 pvc to fit. The Perma-Boot cap should click and lock in place on the 1 1/2 pipe if everything was done correctly. I don't think gluing is needed just push fittings tight. If glued it might lead to problems later when re-roofing. I probably didn't explain it very well but it is similar to what I had to do using 1 1/2 unions and pipe for my vent stacks that were too short for the Perma-Boot to work as intended.

                      by|May 5, 2023
                      caret
                      Q:What keeps a high wind from blowing Perma-boot off the roof?
                      by|Dec 2, 2017
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                      A:  Very little openings for wind to get under to lift off plus there are friction tabs to hold it on tight. If you are in a high wind area add a little caulk any type to junction of Perma Boot and vent stack then install cap

                      by|May 5, 2023

                        A:  The correct size boot! Held on during hurricane Irma, had no issues.

                        by|Aug 6, 2022
                          1 found this answer helpful

                          A:  We live in a high wind area. The boot should fit snug and the recommendation is to apply some bead adhesive to the top of the pipe and where the boots mate together. We followed their directions and we have had no issues despite constant high winds.

                          by|May 5, 2023

                            A:  There are friction tabs built into product to prevent Perma Boot from lifting. Also there is very little space for air to get in and lift it anyway. We do recommend in high wind areas to put caulk where the Perma Boot meets vent pipe and then install cap

                            by|May 5, 2023

                            A:  We just had close to 90 mile/hr wind. My shingles are gone but permaboot didn't fly off.

                            by|Dec 27, 2022
                              1 found this answer helpful
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                              Customer Reviews

                              4.6 out of 5

                              • 4.6 out of 227 reviews
                              • 90% recommend this product
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                              So far do good. Installation was a breeze. Have not seen any additional leakage around the vent. ...
                              So far do good. Installation was a breeze. Have not seen any additional leakage around the vent. Attached photo is of a 3" that I installed as well.
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                              Took less than 5 minutes to install! Working as advertised...
                              Took less than 5 minutes to install! Working as advertised !
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                              I only used the top portion of the sleeve, to...
                              I only used the top portion of the sleeve, to go over my vent pipe that had a lead jacket over it. It was damaged at the very top, allowing rain the get under it, and into my house. This fixed the problem wonderfully, and easily.
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                              3 found this review helpful
                              completed installing three in about 15min easy and now my father in-law wants two for his house.
                              completed installing three in about 15min easy and now my father in-law wants two for his house.
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                              • Recommended
                              Best and fastest roof flashing yet.
                              Well made product with life of the roof guarantee. Super easy, installs in under 2 minutes: 1. Check that vent extends 9" - 13" above the roof. 2. Cut or extend if needed. Most won't need this. 3. Slide boot down over the vent pipe. 4. Put a bead of silicone adhesive around the top if in high wind areas. 5. Snap the top collar onto the vent pipe, locking the assembly in place. Comes in colors to match the roof. Perfect for new installation or boot repair. Looks great, NO MORE LEAKS.
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                              9 found this review helpful
                              The very best alternative to repairing a leaking roof pipe vent!
                              The perma-boot repair kit is absolutely the best alternative for a permanent fix for a leaking roof vent. It was an easy install (5 mins). It took longer to get on and off the roof than it did to install the kit. The bottom slips over the pipe vent and boot and fits snug. It is adjustable to fit your roof pitch. I used a non-silicone adhesive sealer and simply followed the simple instructions. A much better alternative than removing roof shingles and installing a new boot. The Perma-boot is guaranteed for the life of the roof. The original boot only last 12 years. To "boot" it looks much better on the roof than the original boot. No white pipes showing now.
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                              11 found this review helpful
                              easy to install
                              Simple fix to a dry rotted rubber boot around plumbing vent. No modifications to the shingles needed.
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