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Old 08-06-2014, 09:45 PM   #1
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White Hawk A/C Vent Modified

I noticed my ceiling A/C vent in the front bedroom didn't have much air flow in comparison to the living area vents. Upon closer inspection, the ceiling slopes downward and the ducting is a bit narrower up front.

To increase the air flow, I removed the four screws holding the vent louvers in. The ducting is very skinny up there and there wasn't any way to make it wider. So, I took the Roto-Zip and carved out a portion of the side of the vent itself. You can see it through louvers. This about doubled the air flow!

Cost: Nothing
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