How Baseboard Heating Covers can Revamp your Room
What do heating covers do to get any room in your house in decent shape again?
Ask any homeowner: their least favorite chore is coming home after a long week, knowing they’ve got to spend the vast majority of their free weekend time working on some chore in their home. Whether it’s repainting, gardening, redoing tiling, or some other chore, small or large, it’s guaranteed to either take a lot of time or a lot of money.
There’s no way around it: the only advantage for homeowners is knowing that their work will be worth it in the end, when the job’s finished and the work they did means their home looks good and stays looking good for a while.
Even if they’ve got to hire someone and spend extra money, it feels good getting your home refurbished in some way or another, because that means your home’s going to look good for at least the year. Having your home looking good is advantageous whether you’re having company over, planning on selling soon, or just want to keep the value of your home as high as possible.
Renovations are Easier Said than Done
However, some renovations are not so simple, and those homeowners with baseboard heaters have dealt with the frustration of how to get any room in their home looking perfect with heaters in the way.
Any gas fitter will tell you that a baseboard heater will oxidize within months of cleaning them because they produce so much heat energy that is absorbed and radiated by the metal baseboard surrounding the heating element.
Having to clean your baseboard heaters every few months wouldn’t be so bad if it didn’t mean taking time to unscrew and take apart every single piece of baseboard on each strip of baseboard in your home. Plus, rust is not easy to get off, and that’s not the only damage the heaters take you’ll have to deal with.
Baseboard heaters get dented, scratched, and damaged in a plethora of ways, and all of these damages are quite a headache to deal with. Having no good way to deal with the baseboard heaters leaves homeowners with two options: leave the heaters alone and hope no one notices, or spend a weekend every couple months taking apart the baseboard, cleaning or repainting them, and putting them back together.
Heating Covers: The Ultimate Solution for Homeowners
Since neither of these is really a viable option, a third option has been produced as of late: using heating covers, which are easier to install and maintain, and can look much better than your baseboard heater.
This is the true advantage to putting NeatHeat’s reconditioning system in your home: NeatHeat provides any room in your home with a fresh new look, and is incredibly simple to install. All you’ve got to do is pop the pieces on over your baseboard; even if the pieces are damaged or missing, NeatHeat slides right over them and gets your heaters looking fresh and up-to-date again.
Plus, NeatHeat covers are not going to yellow, fade in color, or rust over time considering they are made up of a composite polymer designed with titanium dioxide. They don’t take the damage your heaters take and are much easier to clean; all you need to do is pop the covers off and use household cleaners, and any dirt or stains on the covers comes off almost instantly.
NeatHeat is the ultimate solution when it comes to using heating covers in your house; click here to learn more.