The process will not require the use of any tools or hired help.
Baseboarders® are the number one choice of remodelers and home owners who want their old baseboard radiators to look like new while ensuring excellent airflow around the heating element.
They fell for a one story 1960's era rambler on a cul-de-sac in suburban Lynnwood, Washington. Emily Watrous: "I would not let my husband turn the heat on. They recommended she replace her baseboard heaters with something she'd never heard of before, a ductless heat pump.
What got her attention was a promised savings of 25 to 50 percent on the cost to heat. Then I had to call my husband and tell him I think we found what we need for our house.
Another advantage of baseboard heating is that it requires no ductwork.
That means two things: One, it’s relatively easy to install, particularly in older homes, where adding ducts can be so problematic.
Line-voltage thermostats operate at either 120 or 240 volts and control gable vent fans, electric baseboard heaters, and similar appliances.
Always make sure the power is off when working on either type of thermostat, but be doubly cautious with a line-voltage thermostat.
Baseboarders® are the first serious solution to this common renovation dilemma.
Take control of what your baseboard heaters look like and find out why so many have transformed their baseboard radiators from ugly to awesome.
Thin bits of sheet metal attached to each other with complicated bracketry requiring special skills and tools to install and uninstall guarantee future revenue for heating contractors.
Cheap “dummy cover” replacements are expensive to install and look exactly the same, minus the dents and rust.