Why Cover your Baseboard Heater using NeatHeat’s Covers?
What are the problems with renovating your baseboard? Why cover your baseboard heater instead?
As a homeowner, it’s tough trying to get your house in the best possible shape. After all, your time is limited and there’s a lot of house work to be done that goes above the average person’s head.
For instance, most homeowners don’t necessarily know how to put shingling on the roof, how to install carpeting, or how to redo plumbing in the bathroom. However, a lot of work like this needs to be done and homeowners need to find the most judicious way to do it.
Some of these renovations are doable by the homeowner as long as they have the time and skill to invest, while others are better off left to the professionals to get the work done. Whichever method the homeowner takes, the important take away is efficiency in spending both your time and your money.
After all, the renovation is designed to last as long as possible and work well; nobody wants to do a poor job painting a room only to deal with chipping and cracking and uneven coloring. Renovations are supposed to improve the state of your home for as long as possible and cost as little as possible.
The Challenges of Dealing with Baseboard Heaters
The struggle in renovations is that sometimes they are time consuming, frustrating, and don’t provide you much in terms of a good renovation. Baseboard heaters are a prime example; heating elements line the walls along the floors in most rooms in a home, and they are surrounded by metal baseboard parts.
The problem is that not only are these parts annoying to remove, but they also are easy to miss and get kicked and bumped into very often, meaning they take damage and are annoying to clean. In addition, metal parts that absorb heat are guaranteed to rust in a short period of time.
This means it takes you quite a bit of time to fully clean the metal parts, only to have to deal with them rusting and getting disgusting again within a short period of time. You end up having to take apart the baseboard, strip by strip, clean all the parts, and put it all back together.
The baseboard tends to look outdated even at its cleanest, and renovating it can take up the better part of a weekend. It’s easy to figure out why cover your baseboard heater instead of dealing with the baseboard renovation.
Why Cover your Baseboard Heater with NeatHeat?
Homeowners are using NeatHeat’s baseboard covers because they quickly and easily snap right on over the existing baseboard, even if parts are damaged or missing. This means the renovation is really quick and easy to do, saving you a lot of time and money.
In addition, the covers are made of a composite polymer, so cleaning them is as easy as using household cleaning products to get the job done. Plus, if you want to repaint them you can use a spray paint for polymers found at your average hardware store.
Why cover your baseboard heater with NeatHeat? The answer is simple: NeatHeat covers never rust, chip, dent, or show scratches easily due to their continuous white color.
In addition, NeatHeat covers don’t yellow or fade in color over time, and they are thermally conditioned to not melt or offset heat well below the operating temperatures of the home. It’s easy to see why homeowners everywhere are installing NeatHeat.
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