Over Fascia Eaves Ventilation System (900mm) - 3014 and 3014C
Efficient and durable single product multi-function primary roof ventilation system supplied in 900mm lengths.
Combining eaves protector, felt support and over fascia eaves vent in one convenient and easy to install unit.
Available with or without integral eaves comb filler.
Provides ventilation equivalent to a continuous 10mm opening (10,000mm² per metre run) and is used to ventilate pitched roofs of 15°> and the roof void is uninhabited loft or attic space.
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Features & Benefits
- Several functions from a single product - over fascia ventilator, felt support/eaves protector and eaves comb filler (3014c product only)
- Efficient, very unobtrusive and easy to fit
- Suitable for new and existing projects
- Supplied with guidance fixing holes for secure installation
- Superior strength construction – will carry the weight of the bottom row of tiles
- 3.5mm – 4mm wide ventilation slots comply with BS 5250:2011
- Durable and totally resistant to decay
- UV stabilised and colourfast material
- Supplied in convenient 900m lengths
- For roofs eaves ventilation
- Pitched roofs of 15°> and the roof void is uninhabited loft or attic space
- On roofs where the eaves incorporate a fascia board
- On roofs that do not incorporate a soffit board or where an unbroken soffit board is required
- Primary roof eaves ventilation
- Ventilation must be provided for the full length of the eaves and along both sides of the building to create a cross flow ventilation action
- Provides ventilation equivalent to a continuous 10mm opening (10,000mm²)
How to order
- Determine if the project requires an integral eaves comb filler
- Measure the overall length of the eaves to be ventilated and divide by 900mm (the length of the system), to determine the number of 3014 or 3014C ventilators required
- Over fascia ventilators fit onto the upper edge of the fascia board
- It is important to note the height of the over fascia ventilator being used and make allowance for this when fitting the fascia board
- If the height of the ventilator is not taken into account and the fascia board lowered accordingly, the tiles may be caused to 'kick up' at the eaves
- Make sure that each ventilator is fixed securely into the top fascia board using screws or nails through each fixing hole provided
- Roofing felt should be cut back flush with the edge of the fascia board and not dressed into the gutter
- Ventilation must be provided for the fill length of the eaves and along both sides of the building to create a cross flow ventilation action