How NeatHeat makes Redoing your Base Board Heating Easy

What are the challenges in redoing your base board heating, and how can a heat cover make it simpler?

redoing your base board heatingEvery homeowner knows what a challenge it can be to take care of all of their work-related responsibilities as well as their personal responsibilities. The average house owner ends up scrambling to get tasks done at home during nights and weekends because they have a full-time job.

The trick is being as efficient as possible and not wasting too much time or money, especially when it comes to home renovations. When you’re getting any work done on your house, you want to be mindful of what you have the time to pull off and what’s better left to a contractor.

Not all home renovations are this cut and dried unfortunately, because sometimes the rework is inconveniently timed or overly expensive. Either way, the end goal is always the same: make sure it’s done well and lasts as long as possible.

While no one likes to drop a huge sum of money on a job like redoing the house siding or getting hardwood floors installed, the benefit is that as long as the work’s done right, it’s going to be a long time before it needs to be done again.

Why is Redoing your Base Board Heating Difficult?

This isn’t the case with base board heaters, which attract all sorts of damage including rust. The problem is because the heaters are made of metal, they’re constantly rusting, so you’re constantly having to clean them.

To actually clean all of the parts of rust, you end up having to dismantle the base board, and since it lines the walls in most rooms in a home, this can be a bit of a chore. In addition, most homeowners find that their base board is dented, scratched, and filthy from dust and grime and cleaning all of this is not easy.

All in all, homeowners can invest a lot of time in their base board to get them in good shape, just to have to do it again within a short period of time. What makes this more frustrating is that base board tends to not have a good look even at their best, so homeowners tend to skip out and let their base board get filthy.

How can NeatHeat make your Life Easy?

No homeowner wants rusty, metalized heaters degrading the look of their home, but it’s frustrating to complete those renovations. Luckily, NeatHeat’s base board covers can make your life a breeze when you’re redoing your base board heating.

So what are the advantages to NeatHeat? The covers are made of a composite polymer, so they’re not going to rust, chip, or dent, and they are specifically designed with titanium dioxide so they won’t yellow or fade in color over time.

In addition, the covers have been thermally conditioned, so they’re not going to melt or offset gas, even if they are right near the heating element. You can actually remove most of the metal from the base board and use NeatHeat to effectively replace the base board; all NeatHeat needs to snap on is the back plate and the clips located behind and underneath the heating element.

NeatHeat makes redoing your base board heating quick and easy; to learn more about NeatHeat, click here.