Retrofit Attic Baffles for Cathedral and Vaulted Ceiling Ventilation

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Attic ventilation for cathedral and vaulted ceilings require attic baffle vents. With V-Baffe's design, you can quickly and easily retrofit cathedral and vaulted ceilings that would otherwise have been next to impossible. Upstairs bedrooms, bonus rooms, game rooms, living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens or any room with vaulted ceilings can now be vented properly.


Cathedral, vaulted or any ceiling that has insulation blocking the airflow from the soffit vents to the attic, needs an attic baffle in each rafter bay. Without an attic baffle there will not be any air space for fresh air to enter the attic from the soffit vents. Without fresh air from the soffit vents your roof top vents, such as; ridge vents, turbines, powered fans, and solar fans will not function properly.

Hot uneven rooms in your house will be a thing of the past. With V-Baffle, our retrofit insulation baffle, you can even out the temperature of your home, lower your energy bills, prolong the life of your insulation, extend the life of your roof, reduce your attic's temperature, prevent mold and mildew buildup in your attic, prevent roof rot, and so much more.

VBaffles are 47" long, 11-3/4" wide, and 1-5/8" deep


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Attic baffles help to even out your ceiling's surface temperature with the rest of your house. This in turn makes every room feel the same. Hot rooms in your house will be a thing of the past, with V-Baffle


Attic baffles lower your attic's temperature and eliminates moisture buildup in your attic from lack of intake ventilation. This can lower your utility bill by as much as 30%. Start saving with V-Baffle.


V-Baffle installs can be performed in just a few hours by a certified installer. Once installed, there is no maintenance required. Start enjoying a lifetime of savings and comfort today, with V-Baffle.


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