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Whole House Fan Shutter Cover Seal - Trim To Fit


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  • Stops drafts, odors, noise, toxins, insects from entering house.
  • Save $$$ on energy bills.
  • MADE IN U.S.A.
  • Energy efficient product - qualifies for tax credits.
  • Recommended by the DOE to stop drafts and save energy.
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Whole House Fan Shutter Cover Seal - Trim To Fit + Master Magnetics #07019 1"x10' Flex Magnet Tape + Magnum Magnetics Corp Adhesive Magnetic Strip, 1/2-Inch x 25-Feet
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number Small Shutter Seal
Item Weight1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions50 x 5 x 5 inches
OriginUSA
Item model numberSmall Shutter Seal
SizeSmall
ColorWhite
StyleBattic Door
Materialwhite foam mat
PatternBattic Door
ShapeRectangle
Power Sourcen/a-see Battic Door Energy
Item Package Quantity1
Capacity Description n/a-see Battic Door Energy
Type of Bulbn/a-see Battic Door Energy
Handle Materialn/a-see Battic Door Energy
Blade Edgen/a-see Battic Door Energy
Performance Description n/a-see Battic Door Energy
Accessory Connection Type n/a-see Battic Door Energy
UV Protection n/a-see Battic Door Energy
Display Stylen/a-see Battic Door Energy
Plug Profile n/a-see Battic Door Energy
Special FeaturesWeatherization, Home Improvement, Air Sealing, Energy Conservation
UsageHome Energy Conservation
Included ComponentsFoam, velcro seal
Description Pilen/a-see Battic Door Energy
Warranty DescriptionSatisfaction guaranteed or return for refund.
  
Additional Information
ASINB000ZOISQO
Best Sellers Rank #52,480 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 25, 2007
  
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Technical Details

  • Weatherization
  • Home Improvement
  • Air Sealing
  • Energy Conservation

Product Description

BEWARE OF LOW QUALITY MADE IN CHINA FAKES! SAME DAY SHIPPING! BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER - Battic Door Energy. Small kit 3x4 ft. Installs easily. Trim to Fit! Reusable. Kit includes high quality materials to seal and insulate your whole house fan, AC return, and vents. Buy direct from the manufacturer, Battic Door Energy Conservation Products. The Battic Door Whole House Attic Fan Ceiling Shutter Seal is an energy-saving insulating seal for Whole House Attic Fans. It reduces air-leakage through the whole house attic fan saving the homeowner heating and cooling loss and energy costs. The Battic Door Whole House Attic Fan Ceiling Shutter Seal is easily installed over the fan louver from the house side in the fall and removed in the spring. The back of the foam is reflective, reflecting attic heat away from house in summer and reflecting heating back into house in winter. Kits are easy to install. Simply Trim-To-Fit! Each kit includes a supply of white foam (3/16 in., thick R-8) and white Velcro. The flat-white colored foam has a textured finish and blends in with the ceiling. The foam is a solid-core that trims easily with scissors - it cannot unravel and does not have any frayed edges. We even provide white tape to wrap the edges if desired for a "finished-look". May also be used to cover and seal AC Vents and Returns! INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: Step 1. Remove release liner from one side of Velcro and install Velcro onto perimeter of shutter. Step 2. Remove release liner from other side of Velcro and install foam into it leaving an overhang on all 4 sides. Step 3. Trim edges with scissors. Leave 1/4 in. of overhang if you wish to wrap edges with white tape. INSTALLATION TIPS: Do not trim foam before installation. Silver side of foam goes up, white side goes down. Clean edges before installing tape. Rub in firmly. If additional Velcro is desired it may be purchased in 14' long strips for $10. BEWARE OF POOR QUALITY KNOCK OFFS.

Customer Reviews

Looks really cheap.
holyguac
I love my whole house fan but I know I have lost much heat throughout the winter by leaving it uncovered prior to now.
b6daniels
The velcro strips were easy to cut with our carpet-cutting-scissors as was the insulated cover material.
siberianmo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Michael N on December 19, 2011
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This product is a very good covering for our 32" ceiling fan. The material is about 1/3" thick, and there is enough of it to cover a much bigger fan. It comes with enough velcro to attach the the cover completely around the edge. I noticed in the Amazon ad that others had purchased magnetic strips to attach the cover, rather than using the velcro strips. I thought this was a good idea, because I thought the seal around the edge would be better. I also thought the magnetic strips would allow for easier removal of the cover. Since our ceiling fan has a non-magnetic louver (aluminum), I decided to buy two 10' packages of the magnetic strips and glue the strips both to the louver and the cover. However, the magnetic strips are very weak, and I found they barely support the weight of the cover with magnetic strips installed around the perimeter of the cover. I thought that a good winter wind through the attic could blow the cover off. So I used the provided velcro instead, and I am happy with the result. The velcro is strong enough to hold the cover firmly, yet easy enough to peal off when I want to uncover the louver. Also, the velcro is a pretty good seal at the edge. My advice is don't bother buying magnetic strips, unless you really have a small opening. My only complaint about the cover is that it would be helpful to have cutting guide marks on the inside surface.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 6, 2010
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This is an extremely this piece of insulation that also contains some velcro for you to attach to the insulation and to the attic fan. It looked absolutely terrible after it was installed. I immediately took it back down and threw it in the trash. If you really want to try this out, just buy some velcro and a thin piece of insulation. I can't imagine this really does any good and it looks really stupid. Instead, I'm going to try buying some foam board insulation and build a "box" to go around the attic fan from the attic side instead. It will be more efficient and not look terrible.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Savvy Net Consumer on July 23, 2012
It's overpriced for what you get. They must have like a 1000% profit margin. Here is what I recommend for those of you thinking about buying this. Instead of the suggestion by other reviewers to go buy insulation material from Home Depot, I would suggest buying one of those car window thermal heat protectors (aka sun shades) that has the reflective material and some velcro. It will cost you around $12.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ssmith6519 on July 24, 2011
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A little cheap looking, but works fine. Hopefully the velcro will stay glued down when I take it on and off (I've only done it once so far, and it was fine). I put some screws in the velcro into the shutter frame to get it to hold. There is a very noticeable difference in the warm air that was flowing out of my attic. Well worth the money, but I'm suspect of the velcro holding up to repeated use.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Shumaker on July 20, 2012
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OK, I get it.
The R value of this insulation is next to nothing but.... just cutting off the the flow of hot (or cold) air dropping down out of the attic has made a major change in the temperature of our upstairs hall.
Well worth the investment and very easy to install.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By gsardener on April 29, 2013
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While the product appears to be cheaply made, it goes up fairly easy and is quite effective at insulating from heat and cold.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By b6daniels on November 3, 2010
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It came in a box rolled up which caused it to look wrinkly at first, but it was a no-brainer to install, the wrinkles worked themselves out, and really it does not look too bad considering it's like a white shiny blanket taped to my ceiling. I am pleased. It will do the job I am sure. I love my whole house fan but I know I have lost much heat throughout the winter by leaving it uncovered prior to now. For the price I think it is an excellent product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DaveChicago on January 24, 2011
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I was looking for a solution to block the cold air from coming into the house from the attic and I didn't want to have to go up into the attic and build a box over the fan. This worked as I hoped.

It did take a little while to measure the insulation to fit over the fan cover and I had to make sure the cover was clean so the velcro stuck well. But so far it has stayed up there just fine. (been 30 days since I put it up). I am happy with the purchase.
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