The RedVent Eaves Ventilation System removes the need for an unsightly grille in the soffit board which over time could become clogged. This system also eliminates the need for a tilting fillet and reduces the required height of the fascia board. The RedVent Eaves Ventilation System provides both continuous over-fascia roof space ventilation and an insulation interrupter in a simple, weathertight system.
The RedVent Eaves Ventilation System is suitable for use with all our tiles & slates and for any combination of rafter spacing between 350-600mm centres, subject to pack used. Where Eaves Clips are required it is acceptable to fix them through the Fascia Grille of the RedVent Eaves Ventilation System. The system is not suitable for use with Plain Tiles on roofs with rigid sarking.
Minimum pitch is the minimum pitch for the tile or slate with the following exceptions:
Maximum pitch is:
The effective ventilation area per metre of eaves is 14,600mm²
The RedVent Eaves Ventilation System is available in two pack sizes - for rafter centres from 350-450mm and 450-600mm.
Each pack contains sufficient materials to cover:
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