Instantly Rejuvenate Old Baseboard Heaters
Slip-on steel covers transform baseboard heaters from eyesore to architectural highlight.
- Easy Slip-On Baseboard Heater Covers
Breathe new life into your old, dented and rusted baseboard heaters with our simple, easy-to-install steel covers.
Best DIY Solution
Easy Slip-On Installation
Installation is a snap. The Do-It-Yourself installation process will NOT require the use of any tools or hired help and only takes a few minutes.
Made of high quality, rust resistant steel & guaranteed by our warranty.
Designed With Safety In Mind
Single piece panel construction ensures proper airflow around the heating element while prohibiting direct access to it, making it safer for children and pets.
Breathe new life into your old baseboards. See how in just 1 minute
How To Order
1 Check the Retrofitting Guide to Ensure Proper Fit
#1 Remove one endcap and the front panel.
#2 Measure between the floor and the top of the heater.
Objective: 7.5" or greater
If less than 7.5" use the Wall Brackets (WB001) for mounting. This will bring the height up by a minimum of 1.25".
#3 Measure from the bottom of the heating element to the top of the heater.
Objective: Between 5″ and 6.75″
If less than 5″ use the Wall Brackets (WB001) for mounting. If the distance is greater than 6.75″, the Premium TALL (BB003) profile should be used.
#4 Measure from the outside face of the finned tube heating element to the back plate.
Objective: Less than 3.25″
If larger 4″ x 4″ or 4″ x 6″ commercial style element is in place, a wood molding (shown here) will solve the depth issue.
2 Measure for Lengths & Layout
There is no need for fractional or precise right-on-the-dot measurements. Baseboarders™ are designed to yield an incredible amount of flexibility. Each endcap can offer up to 1.75" for a total of 3.5" when using a standard endcap at both ends of the panel.
Tip: Always round down the actual measurement to a whole number (example: 72.75″ measured, order a standard 6′ (72") panel).
Baseboard heaters longer than 7′ will require the use of multiple panels and couplers to register the ends together. Example: 8′ = Two 4′ panels and a coupler to connect them. Use this handy guide to determine the correct configuration for any length beyond 7’.
Standard straight lengths are measured from end to end using the original back plate. If a straight section is missing the back plate, measure from one extreme end of desired coverage to the other extreme end of coverage. Then subtract 1″. This is the ideal panel length.
Do you have special configurations? Corners, bay window, long panels, continuous piping, etc. Click here to learn about accessories for ALL configurations.