A Vent that Closes On Its Own
Stop Wasting Money Heating and Cooling the Wrong Rooms!
The Activent is a temperature controlled register vent cover that reduces heating and cooling costs by "zoning" your home.
- Improve Comfort - Keeps room at set temperature, eliminate overheated and overcooled rooms
- Save Electricity, Oil, or Gas - Works with most forced air heating & cooling systems.
- Save Money - The Activent pays for itself in less than a year! Improve energy efficiency up to 5% per Activent and reduce your energy costs!
- Wireless Zoning - Installs without ductwork or vent modifications and fits standard sizes for Vents/Floor Registers
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Use Less, Save More ...Without Sacrificing Comfort
Simply put, by managing the temperature on a room-by-room basis the Activent is one of the easiest ways to cut heating and cooling costs. Solve a common problem where central air conditioning and heating unevenly cool and heat a home and install the Activent today.
Vent Tips & Sizing Guide
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To order various quantities, sizes, or individual vents and controllers, visit The Activent Store and take advantage of our current sale prices!
Only $59.99 per vent and controller set!
As Low as $59.99 Per Room!
Get a discount on the Activent now and save on heating and cooling all year. Sale prices available at The Activent Store only!
The Activent was featured as a Home Heating Tip on the Weather Channel's Wake Up with Al morning program.
Love it! - We've had this set in our bedroom for almost 2 years now and it works great. It is so nice to no longer be boiling in the winter and freezing in the summer while the hvac system is warming/cooling the rest of the house.John, Verified Purchaser
I wanted to say how pleased I am with the help I got from Dan getting my activents back up and working…they solved a problem I have had for 25 years because I don’t have a zoned type of forced air furnace.Robert C., Verified Purchaser
5 Stars - Smarthome Review - This solved a real problem where one room in a zone was overheating. The thermostat closes off the vent with no leaking of air or whistling which can occur if you just try to close the vent.Ronald, Glendale, California