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MaxxAir Vent Cover: Tops in RV Roof Ventilation

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January 27, 2010 by   1 Comment

MaxxAir ventRVers know to open roof vents aboard their rig to keep temperatures down and musty air out. However, they may not always remember to close them, which may lead to a soaked interior if it rains. With MaxxAir Vent Corp.’s Original MaxxAir Vent Cover installed, owners can leave their roof vent open all the time, while still protecting the cabin from rain damage, according to a news release. Having a roof vent open lets fresh air in and allows odors to escape. America’s first choice for RV ventilation, the MaxxAir vent cover provides constant airflow and prevents heat build-up. It also lets musty air, smoke and cooking odors escape for a more pleasant indoor environment. It easily installs over all popular, 14″by 14″ standard roof vents. Featuring an exclusive Zero-Leak Mounting System, there’s no need to drill any holes in the RV’s roof surface. The MaxxAir Original features a proven, tough one-piece design and carries an industry-leading six-year warranty. Each unit measures 19 1/2 inches long by  18 1/2 inches wide by 9 inches high. These vent covers are available in six colors, champagne, almond, white, black, smoke and silver, to match any rig. The Original MaxxAir Vent Cover from MaxxAir retails for $29.95. Contact MaxxAir Vent Corp., 5513 W. Sligh Ave., Tampa, FL 33634, USA.  (800) 780-9893; Fax: (813) 876-2550. CustService@maxxair.com; www.maxxair.com.

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One Response to “MaxxAir Vent Cover: Tops in RV Roof Ventilation”

  1. Jim Spellman on January 30th, 2010 2:51 am

    While the MaxxAir vent covers sound good, from a purely simple dollar perspective, I’m quite happy with the brand offer by Ramble.

    I was able to purchase two of them for the cost of a single MaxxAir at Camping World during their “Buy One, Get one Free” offer for $19 plus tax. They’re just as durable, fit just as well and have the added advantage of side vents, which are only found on the even higher priced MaxxAir vent covers.

    The RV.net discussion board appears to also favor the Ramble brand over MaxxAir by a 2 to 1 ratio:

    https://rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/22644260/gotomsg/22649084.cfm

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