Forum Title: Flexible AL Foil Duct For Bath Vent
We have about a 25' run in a basement bath, through ceiling joists, which takes (2) 90 degree bends along the way. My experience is that venting for moisture, wherever there is drywall, should be sheet metal. I've replaced this foil coil in short runs (through accessible attics) that develop pinholes and slits in it, after a short number of years. Not only is sheet metal sturdier, it is better shaped for internal moisture (no continuous wire catches). Anyone using this for reasons beside cost and ease of install?
Category: General Contractor Post By: ROBERT WILLIAMS (Elgin, IL), 02/28/2018

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