Minimizing the Challenges in Heating Renovation
How do homeowners solve the different challenges in heating renovation?
Any residence owner and gasfitter alike will tell you that dealing with base board heating can get incredibly frustrated. Hot water base board can especially become a huge headache because it’s time consuming and doesn’t provide you with a renovation that’s worth your time and effort.
Hot water and electrical base boards produce energy that runs through a heating element that lines the walls along the floors in most rooms in a home. The problem is that having an exposed heating element is a safety hazard, so the solution was to put metal fins around the element.
While this is good in the sense that the metal conducts the energy and produces heat to your home, the problem is the base board has an outdated look even at its best, and at its worst it’s getting very rusty due to the constant flow of energy.
To make matters more frustrating, many people don’t immediately notice the base board as it’s in the corner, so they get kicked and bumped into by furniture and such, causing dents and scratches.
How does a Heating Renovation Work?
The challenges in heating renovation most homeowners go through is a grind of a task as you have to take apart the base board, strip by strip, all throughout the house. The problem is that some of the metal is bolted to the wall, so taking it all apart is not simple.
Taking the rust off the metal isn’t too bad if you’ve got something to scrub it all off, but getting rid of scratches and dents is a lot more frustrating, depending on what kind of equipment you have and how many scratches/dents you have to deal with.
All in all, homeowners can spend the better part of a weekend going through the heating renovation process, only to find that, depending on how often you run your heater (which is often in the winter), the base board will get disgusting again within a short period of time.
Homeowners don’t have the time in the day to constantly deal with their base board as they have their work, personal responsibilities, and other home renovations to take care of. So how can heater renovation be done without so much hassle?
NeatHeat: Solving the Challenges in Heating Renovation
The answer is NeatHeat, a base board reconditioning system designed to cover up or replace most of the metal parts of your base board, solving your challenges in heating renovation. NeatHeat covers snap right on over your base board in seconds, even if parts are damaged or missing.
NeatHeat parts are made of a composite polymer so they won’t rust, chip, or dent, and they do not take thermal damage or lose their color over time. If you want to paint or clean them, you just snap them off and use your household products to get the job done.
NeatHeat’s reconditioning system consists of 6 and 4 foot pieces that can be easily cut with a hack saw/chop saw or extended using a splice plate to cover any length. Using inside/outside corner pieces and end caps, you can secure everything in place so the covers stay put until you need to remove them.
If there are damaged or missing parts, simply remove them and NeatHeat covers can snap right on over. In fact, all you need is the back plate and the clips located under the heating element, and NeatHeat’s parts can snap right on!
Using NeatHeat makes the heating renovation problems all go away; to learn more about how you can put NeatHeat in your home, click here.