The Advantages and Disadvantages to Hot Water Base Board Heating
How can a homeowner fix the problems with hot water base board heating in seconds?
Whether you own a house, rent out a property, or rent a property from someone else, upkeep of property is absolutely essential on a constant basis. Most residence owners or renters will do work on their property on at least a weekly basis, spending the vast majority of their weekends doing cleaning, gardening, and other renovations.
Most of this work is pretty straightforward, but especially when you own the property you’ve got to do a lot of larger scale work that requires specializations to pull off. For instance, say you’ve got to repaint your house: many homeowners have done this kind of work before and can easily buy the equipment and take the time to repaint the house.
You do have to use a lot of your own free time to accomplish this work, but you save a lot of money as hiring a contractor can get expensive. Whether you do the work yourself or hire someone else to do the work, you’re spending a lot of your own time or your money to get renovations done.
The end game here is that your renovation is done well, so it can last as long as possible. No homeowner wants to have their house painted poorly and deal with cracks and chips and other problems with the paint job within a short period of time.
The Struggles of Hot Water Base Board Heating
Likewise, no homeowner wants to spend the vast majority of their weekend renovating their hot water base board heating parts, only to deal with rust, dust, dents, and scratches within a season. Hot water base board heating produces energy through a heating element protected by metal parts, and since metal and constant heat conduction don’t go together very well cosmetically, you end up with a lot of rust.
Plus, base board heaters are pretty out-of-sight if you’re not paying attention; it’s a guarantee that within the last few months, someone’s kicked or bumped into base board somewhere in the house, leaving a dent or scratch.
To renovate them, you’ve got to take apart the base board heating parts strip by strip and painstakingly clean off all of the parts, including getting rid of dents and scratches, which is a lot more time consuming. Homeowners don’t want to have to add renovating their hot water base board heating to their long list of chores on a weekend, so what’s the best solution?
How Does NeatHeat Solve all your Problems?
NeatHeat covers are made of a composite polymer, so they snap right on over your pre-existing base board without rusting, denting, or showing scratches due to a continuous color. NeatHeat’s covers are much easier to install versus your base board parts as they snap right on over the existing base board, even if there are parts that are damaged or missing.
In fact, as long as you’ve got the back plate and the clips located under the heating element, you can install NeatHeat covers.
NeatHeat’s hot water base board heating system provides heating through convection instead of conduction, which provides a better heat flow to larger rooms.
Since the covers are insulators, they operate well thermally and do not take damage from heat over time, including fading in color or yellowing. NeatHeat’s covers are the best solution for house owners looking to renovate their hot water base board heating; to learn more, click here.