How can a Practical Baseboard Solution Save Time?
Renovations can be incredibly challenging, but is there really a practical baseboard solution available for you?
If there’s anything that homeowners can’t stand, it’s spending their spare time redoing the same monotonous work over and over. The advantage to doing home renovation is that, nine times out of ten, the work you do isn’t too bad and, even if it is, you don’t have to worry about it.
Many people have made a weekend or two out of painting a room or doing other various higher level chores in the home because they know it’s not work they’ll have to do anytime soon. Likewise, if the work’s too tough (like redoing shingling or carpeting) you can hire someone to do the work for you, even though it costs a little more.
The fact of the matter is, if you don’t have to worry about getting that work done for a few years, why not spend the extra time and money to do it? Any house owner with baseboard heaters knows that there is an exception to this rule.
Hot water heaters produce energy through baseboard heaters, which means they tend to produce a lot of air conditioning energy in a short amount of time. Basically, baseboard heaters are almost guaranteed to rust fast, which is not something you can easily fix.
Plus, baseboard heaters seem to be a magnet for damage; the average baseboard heater in a home has been kicked, scratched, dented, and has dust spots that tend to get missed.
Is there a Practical Baseboard Solution?
Of course, you can take the time to take apart every single strip of baseboard apart and painstakingly clean every piece, but what’s the point? Within a few months, they’re going to get rusty, dented, and disgusting again, much to your frustration.
Whether you clean your baseboard, repaint them, or just replace them completely, there’s no practical baseboard solution available to physically changing your baseboard. Even if you could cut down the time and money you spend, it’s just not worth it in the long run if you have to keep redoing the work.
So, why not just stick a cover onto the baseboard heaters? A cover can be much easier to clean or repaint, especially if they’re easy to install or uninstall.
Plus, there are plenty of materials that don’t rust and don’t take damage like baseboard heaters do.
NeatHeat’s Baseboard Reconditioning System
Enter NeatHeat’s baseboard reconditioning system, a set of baseboard covers specifically design to make your life incredibly easy. The trick is that NeatHeat’s covers are made up of a polymer, so they won’t rust, dent, or show scratches easily due to their continuous white color.
They’ve been designed a little differently from a polymer, however: they’re not going to yellow or fade in color over time, and they are thermally rated to cover your baseboard even at the high end of your baseboard temperatures. NeatHeat’s covers are incredibly easy to install as all of the pieces just snap on; the hardest work you may need to do is take a hack saw or chop saw and cut long pieces.
Everything else pops right on and off, meaning if you want to clean or repaint, you can just take the covers right off, and household cleaners/spray-paints will do the job.
NeatHeat’s designed to be the practical baseboard solution, saving you time and money in the long run and making installation as simple as a few minutes of installing.
NeatHeat’s covers allow you to spend less time redoing your baseboard and eliminate the frustration of dealing with baseboard. To learn more about the practical baseboard solution NeatHeat offers, click here.