Glider Vent

Glider Vent

Specifications:

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Low-Profile / Eyebrow / Glider Vents: How to Install

Want to learn how to install this? 

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Mark vent locations
Center nails between rafters away from the roof's peak. Drive nails up
through the sheathing and shingles to mark vent locations.

install02.jpg

Cut the shingles
Cut shingles with a utility knife. Make the cutout area 1/2 inch larger than the
vent opening. Chalk provides an easy-to-see cutting line.

install03.jpg

Cut the hole
Cut a hole in the roof sheathing with a jigsaw or reciprocating saw. Drill a starter hole
so you can insert the blade to begin the cut.

install04.jpg

Remove any obstructions
Slip a pry bar between the shingles and separate the self-sealing adhesive. Then
remove any shingle nails that prevent the vent from sliding into place.

 

vent1.jpg

Place the vent Slide the vent into place.

vent2.jpg

 

Install the vent
Nail the lower edge with roofing nails. Add a dab of cement to secure the shingles to
the vent base. Apply roof cement (or appropriate caulking) where shingles meet the
vent (as shown on pages 3 and 4). Usage of sub-bases is optional.

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    Specifications:

     gliderspecs-1-29-18-2-.jpg 

    Low-Profile / Eyebrow / Glider Vents: How to Install

    Want to learn how to install this? 

    install01.jpg

     

    Mark vent locations
    Center nails between rafters away from the roof's peak. Drive nails up
    through the sheathing and shingles to mark vent locations.

    install02.jpg

    Cut the shingles
    Cut shingles with a utility knife. Make the cutout area 1/2 inch larger than the
    vent opening. Chalk provides an easy-to-see cutting line.

    install03.jpg

    Cut the hole
    Cut a hole in the roof sheathing with a jigsaw or reciprocating saw. Drill a starter hole
    so you can insert the blade to begin the cut.

    install04.jpg

    Remove any obstructions
    Slip a pry bar between the shingles and separate the self-sealing adhesive. Then
    remove any shingle nails that prevent the vent from sliding into place.

     

    vent1.jpg

    Place the vent Slide the vent into place.

    vent2.jpg

     

    Install the vent
    Nail the lower edge with roofing nails. Add a dab of cement to secure the shingles to
    the vent base. Apply roof cement (or appropriate caulking) where shingles meet the
    vent (as shown on pages 3 and 4). Usage of sub-bases is optional.

    Reviews:

    glider-vent.jpg

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