Installing a Heater Cover can take you Seconds
When installing a heater and trying to get it looking good, how can a baseboard cover solve your problems?
Having a house is one of the largest responsibilities any adult can have; especially considering how many other responsibilities they have. To pay for the house and support their family, homeowners spend so much time working and taking care of other important responsibilities.
However, owning a house is an asset that you constantly need to keep in good shape, and this can be difficult to manage. The smart homeowner will manage their time wisely by spending the appropriate amount of time and money to get the most out of their renovation.
This is generally based on skills; there are a lot of different do-it-yourself tasks that you can do in your house. For example, if you had the skills you could redo the tiling in a bathroom if you know how to do it, but if it takes you too long it may be more efficient to just hire someone.
The Troubles with Installing a Heater
After all, your time is worth quite a bit to you and you want to spend it accordingly. Sometimes, homeowners get stuck in a dilemma where they can spend a lot of time and/or money on a project and not get much out of it in terms of rewards.
A good example is baseboard heating systems, which produces so much energy (especially in the wintertime) that they are high maintenance and don’t last long before needing to be redone. The heater is made of a heating element protected by metalized parts to cover and protect the element and provide heat through conduction of the metal.
The problem is that metal is always conducting so much energy that it’s guaranteed to attract dust and oxidation very quickly. Cleaning them is very frustrating because you have to manually take apart each and every piece of metal off every strip of baseboard, clean or repair them, and put it all back together again.
When you’re dealing with a lot of dents and scratches (which is pretty much a guarantee with baseboard) it can take the vast majority of a free weekend. Installing a heater cover can be the ideal solution because instead of dealing with a high maintenance system like your heaters, you can keep your covers in good shape which can be a lot easier.
Using NeatHeat’s Baseboard Covers in your Home
A baseboard cover can be designed to last longer without taking as much damage and can look a lot better. Installing a heater cover from a company like NeatHeat is incredibly beneficial because NeatHeat’s covers just snap right on over the existing baseboard heaters.
In fact, NeatHeat covers can replace the front plate if it is damaged or missing; as long as you’ve got the back plate and the clips underneath the heating element, NeatHeat’s covers can be installed. The covers are made of composite polymer, so they don’t rust, chip, or dent, and they have been designed with titanium dioxide to never yellow or fade in color.
In addition, they have been thermally conditioned to not melt or offset gas below the home’s operating temperature, so there’s no real downside to installing a NeatHeat cover.
Dealing with your baseboard system can be incredibly time consuming and frustrating, but installing a heater cover from a company like NeatHeat can easily solve all of your problems. To learn more about the benefits of NeatHeat’s covers, click here.