|Dimensions||47 x 2 x 8 in|
They are easy to install, come in several styles and finishes and look better than anything else you will find.
You have a number of choices when ordering your custom made baseboard heater cover, and this web page is designed to allow you to tell me all your choices easily, receive a price for your unique needs, and also to place your custom order instantly.
It is important that you understand the questions and take the time to determine the correct answers before placing your order. This is a custom order based on your input, and we cannot be responsible if your covers do not fit because youi did not order the correct size.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me
I will do all I can to help.
If you have a unique project that requires special attention you can use the Quote Request Form below to send me the details and ask for a quote on your project without having to place the order. Or use the form to tell me how the process seems to you, and what improvements if any you would like to see.
Each Heater Cover should have its own name or number to identify it.
This makes it easy for you to know what goes where when your order arrives, and it helps me keep track of things in the shop as well.
For instance, If you have 3 heater covers going into your Living Room you could name them : Living Room 1, Living Room 2, and Living Room 3.
If you have heater covers going into different rooms you could name them Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen etc.
You can pick from several styles of baseboard heater cover. Choose the design that appeals to you. Also, some vent from the top and some vent from the front. If your existing metal cover has a large solid top more than 2" deep off the wall, and you do not want to remove the metal covers entirely than you should choose a style that vents from the front.
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You can have your custom covers made in Cherry, Oak, or Mahogany hardwoods, or you can have them primed white and ready to be finish painted by you after installation.
The hardwood covers are sprayed with clear satin lacquer, and the primed covers are given 4 coats of sanded primer for a beautiful and smooth surface, ready for your final color.
Specify whether the Right End and Left End are Open or closed.
If the metal baseboard meets a wall on the left or right end then you should enter an "open end" detail for that end.
If the cover does not meet the wall, and there is a space between the heater cover and the wall so that the end of the heater cover is visible then specify a "closed end" detail
In the section labeled Wall Layout in the order form below, click on the picture that matches the layout of your walls. After you make your selection the appropriate fields will open below it for you to enter the length of the walls.
After you choose your wall layout on the order form, the appropriate fields will open for you to enter the length of your walls.
Enter the length of your wall, or walls in inches, written as a decimal, i.e. 50-1/4" would be entered as 50.25
If the end of the existing metal baseboard cover meets a wall (an open end detail), measure to the wall,
if the end of the metal cover does not meet a wall, but instead meets your wooden base moulding (a closed end detail) measure to the edge of the base moulding. The easiest way to do this is to slide the end cap on the metal cover up against the wooden baseboard moulding and measure to the end of the metal end cap.
The CLOSED END CAPS on the new wooden heater covers are thicker than the existing metal covers and require a space of at least 1/4" between the side of the heat pipe and the wood base moulding.
If you do not have the minimum space you will need to trim the wooden base moulding to allow the end caps to fit.
After you trim the base moulding to allow for the end cap, slide the metal cap up against the wood base moulding and measure the new length which includes the space.
Enter the height in inches from the floor to the top of the existing metal heater cover.
Enter the height as a decimal. The height in the photo is 7" exactly so you would enter 7.0
Measure the height in several places and enter the greatest height.
Enter the distance in inches from the wall to the front of the metal heat fins.
The depth in the photo is 2-7/8" or 2.875, but it would be wise to add a little "breathing room" I would increase the depth to 3.0
Measure the depth in several places and enter the greatest depth.
You can use the form below to ask a general question, submit a comment or get help with a special project.
This form makes it easy to ask for help with an unusual project that does not seem to fit into the order form easily.
You can send photos or files to help explain things.
On the bottom of the form you can enter your project details and get an instant online quote without placing an order.
After you click the "Submit Info" button you will receive and email with a copy of the form information for your records.