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Rapid Eaves Vent

The Rapid Eaves Vent system is designed for use in cold pitched roofs with unheated loft spaces as a means of introducing low level roof space ventilation into the loft space.


  • 3-part system, sold separately:
    • Rapid 2-in-1 Eaves Tray – provides continuous ventilation over the fascia while supporting the underlay at the eaves to ensure a positive fall of the underlay into the eaves gutter
    • Rafter Roll – a semi-rigid, roll-out rafter ventilation tray that maintains an uninterrupted air ventilation gap between the underlay and ceiling-level insulation in the loft space
  • Eaves Comb – used to prevent birds, large insects, rodents etc. from entering the roof space. Eaves Comb is required for the following Redland tiles: Landmark Double Pantile,  Grovebury, Regent, Fenland Pantile, Hollander Clay Pantile and Old Hollow Clay Pantile
  • Maintenance-free
  • Quick and easy to install
  • Can be used with either a non-breather or vapour permeable underlay

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