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Comments about Floor Vent Deflector:
Great when heat vent is under drapes or under tables.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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it did what I wanted
from Westville, OK
About Me Long-time Pet Owner
no more said
By Jean Ann
Works as advertised
Works like I needed.
from Birmingham. AL
The HVAC vents in my newly purchased house are located directly above the space where I placed my bed. Air was blowing directly on my face. The vents work perfectly to direct the air away from my face.
effective, fully descriptive
By Chris the homemaker
from Blackfoot, ID
We have several floor vents that are under the windows that direct the warm air upward and to the sides. Most of the heat warms up the windows and the inside the drapes first. Next, the ceiling is heated before the heat decends into the top half of the room. These deflectors send the heat out across the floor and heat the room from the bottom up, where it is needed most. Great product!!! But, the magnets are a little bit weak to keep them in place if a toddler or an animal bumps against them.
Best purchase I've made!
from Dale City, VA
Because of where the vents are located in our home, none of the cool/warm air was actually getting into the room. Now, all the air is dispersed properly and our rooms our comfortable.
Vent Deflector are THE Thing!
By Suspicious Sally
from Kingsport, TN
Love these vent covers. They are magnetic and STAY IN PLACE wonderfully. They prevent kitty litter from entering my system, and now I don't lose any jewelry "down the drain" when I drop a piece.
Great for directing cold air
Just installed central air unit to older air ducts on the floor and they work great to direct the coolder air up.
from Elizabethtown, Pa
it fit every vent we attached it to and it makes a difference in the warmth of that room. Heat is directed out at floor level instead of shooting it straight up.