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Author: Jon Buss

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Outside 90 Degree Corners

Baseboard heater covers have to mimic the layout of the baseboard heaters themselves at every turn. There are two standard turning angles in residential construction in North America; 90 degrees and 135 degrees (also known as a bay window corner). This post will focus on the outside 90 degree angle.   A rare species of baseboard heater cover, the rarely photographed outside 90 degree corner, is often a sign of poor planning when the finned tube element was laid out. While inside 90 degree corners are extremely common, the 3" protrusion created at an outside corner is just begging to be kicked,...

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04 January 2016
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Rusting Old Baseboard Heaters

Have you ever seen a rusty old baseboard heater? Who hasn't? They're pretty much everywhere. Everything made of steel will eventually rust and return to the earth. This is an undeniable fact and metal baseboard heaters located next to a toilet are definitely no exception. The one thing that is within our control as manipulators of this natural resource is to delay the inevitable process of oxidation. Way back in the 1950's when hydronic baseboard radiators were first being installed in hundreds of thousands of homes throughout North America, there was little thought put into how long the covers would last....

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02 November 2015
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