How to Cover a Base Board Easily with NeatHeat

Knowing how to cover a base board instead of cleaning the base board can save you a lot of time and money.

how to cover a base boardAs a house owner, you’ve got a lot of different responsibilities to deal with if you want your house looking great and operating well. Of course, it’s definitely worth taking care of a home since it’s great to have your home looking good, but it’s also very challenging to renovate your house effectively.

Home renovations are time consuming and costly depending on how they get accomplished, and if you do it right you can cut costs and get the best possible renovations in your home. The advantage to home renovations is that, as long as they’re done effectively, most of the tougher renovations to pull off last a long time before needing to be redone.

Some of these renovations include work like redoing all of the tiling in your bathroom, installing hardwood floors, or redoing the wiring in a room. If you’ve got the ability to do the work yourself effectively, you can save money, but it’ll cost you time.

However, if you’re too busy (which is understandable as most homeowners work full-time), you can hire a contractor to do the work for you.

How to Clean your Base Board

However you get the renovations done, the endgame is longevity: a renovation that lasts a long time is a good renovation. However, some renovations are time consuming, frustrating, and don’t provide much for you in terms of a long-term rework.

This is the probably with dealing with base board, because they do not provide long lasting renovations when you physically rework the base board. In addition, you also have to spend a lot of time actually working on the base board since there’s rust, chipping, dents, scratches, and dust to deal with on base board.

All of this damage, especially rust, constantly returns to bite you, and since it takes so long and there’s so much base board to clean off, homeowners struggle to deal with fixing their base board.

How to Cover a Base Board with NeatHeat

The better solution for homeowners is base board heating covers, as they will snap right on over the existing base board even if parts are damaged or missing. Knowing how to cover a base board is easy with NeatHeat, as the covers are the best and most efficient solution for a homeowner.

NeatHeat covers are made of a composite polymer, so they’re not going to rust, chip, or dent, and they don’t show scratches easily due to their continuous color.

If you want to maintain the covers over time, you can easily clean them using household products or repaint using a spray paint for polymers found at your average hardware store. Since the covers snap right on and off the base board, you can clean or repaint in minutes.

NeatHeat’s covers make it easy to redo your base board because all you have to do is install the four foot/six foot parts and the end caps, and the job is done. You can extend the pieces using as splice plate or cut parts using a hack saw or chop saw.

To learn more about how to cover a base board using NeatHeat’s covers, click here.