Roof Turbine Vent
Turbine vents have a winter problem
On windy winter days, warmth is sucked from rooms into the attic through many small air gaps. Then it escapes out through the turbine attic ventilator. Stop this winter heat loss now, with an automatic damper.
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25 reviews | 4.6 of 5-stars
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Amazing Idea!

This is an amazing idea! No more covering your turbines in the winter and uncovering them in summer. Manufacturer is VERY responsive. Within minutes of emailing a question I received a phone call with the answer.
2015-04-13T05:58:41+00:00
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This is an amazing idea! No more covering your turbines in the winter and uncovering them in summer. Manufacturer is VERY responsive. Within minutes of emailing a question I received a phone call with the answer.
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Yes. It saves energy.

Put it in the refrigerator and it closes - and stops suction during cold temperature.
This is a great invention! I have told my friends to buy these.
2015-04-13T06:10:39+00:00
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Put it in the refrigerator and it closes – and stops suction during cold temperature. This is a great invention! I have told my friends to buy these.
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