Rv Roof Vent

Are you planning on going for an adventure in your RV? Road trips in your camper can be fun and exciting. But before you hit the road, one of the crucial components to check is your roof vent. The roof vent allows the circulation of fresh air while increasing the airflow in your camper. You can use it when you’re on the road or when you are parked, and you have your windows open. Without a roof vent, the air inside your motorhome can become stale quite quickly. The vent helps to get rid of humidity from the bathroom, cooking odors, and other smells. Normally, your RV will come with one or two pre-installed roof vents, which are located in the kitchen, bathrooms, and occasionally, in the bedrooms.

 Over time the vents, just like other parts of your RV, will wear out and require replacement. So, if notice that your RV roof vent isn’t moving air as well as it ought to, then it’s best to replace it with a quality vent from RV Parts Center.

How Do You Install A Roof Vent?

The installation procedure is quite easy. Usually, the vent comes with a manual that will guide you on what to do. Some brands also post instructional videos on how to go about it—you just need to go to their website. It’s advisable to have someone around while installing your vent in case you need help, or you lose your balance. Some companies also offer installation services as after-sale service. At RV Parts Center, we also have a repair and full-service shop in addition to our online store.

How to Choose the Right Roof Vent for Your RV

Before installing a new vent, you’ll need to choose the right unit, and you can do that by:

  • Measuring the vent opening. If you plan on installing a vent in an area where there was no vent previously, you’ll be required to cut an opening between the camper’s roof joists.
  • Next, you’ll also need to measure the garnish size. A garnish is a part that covers the opening of the vent on the inside of your RV for a finished and clean look. Garnishes have different sizes to fit the different roof thicknesses and vent models. Most roof vents come with a garnish, but if you need a different size, you can buy one separately. To ensure the garnish is the right length, measure the thickness of the roof from inside your camper. If the roof is thin and the only available garnish is a long one, you can cut it to fit using tin snips.

How Can You Protect Your Roof Vent?

A roof vent may break due to exposure to severe weather conditions such as a storm, hail, snow, sun, and heavy rains. Therefore, it’s advisable to keep your RV under a shade or in a garage. You can also invest in an RV roof vent cover that protects the vent lid from any damage. With the cover in place, you can leave your vent open even during the rains without worrying about leakage.

Best Camper Roof Vent Just for You

Are you looking for an RV roof vent? Do you want to improve your ventilation in your motorhome? Or, are you looking to replace your roof vent? We got you covered. Our roof vent will allow air to circulate and get rid of unwanted smells in your RV. Contact us today on 714-703-8200 for any queries about camper roof vents.

RV Parts Center

1946 E. Occidental St., Santa

Rv Roof Vent

1946 E. Occidental St.

Santa Ana

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