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Looking for suggestion on vent covers for our roof vents . Both vents have fans. Thank you

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While waiting search this forum for `vent covers'?


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We went with MaxxAir covers on the last 3 MHs. Have worked great!


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There are so many options now. Remote controls. Weather sensing. Multiple speeds and reverse. It's not 1990 any longer.

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Posted: 05/17/21 08:42am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I also have used MaxxAir covers on all my Roof Vents for more than 10 years with no problems.

For the one that has a fan I prefer the Fan Mate

The clip system makes it easy to open up and clean when necessary and the 6 year warranty that others do not have.

If you are looking for vent lids.First see what type vent lid you have using this
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For long lasting vent covers Polycarbonate ones are the ones you want.


If you haven't done this before Here is a short video that will help you.

You may need a new seal that goes on the metal edge this will make it a tight seal This is what you need

Replace like this

* This post was edited 05/17/21 08:48am by IAMICHABOD *


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Posted: 05/17/21 11:29am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Dick_B wrote:

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"Vent Covers"

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Posted: 05/17/21 12:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

MaxxAir Fanmate covers for our 3 powered vent fans and MaxxAir II for our single fanless vent, have proven pretty durable thus far in our sun laden area of the country.

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I have Fantastic fans with the matching covers. I have had the same sets on 2 different trailers and they are still going strong

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X2, pinesman.


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Maxxair vent fan covers,

This is similar to what I did because I didn't have fans in the original vents


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