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Baseboard Heater Accessories

 

End Caps, Corner Caps and Couplers For Every Possible Scenario

 

Baseboard heater accessories are defined as any component that is not a panel. Decorative slip-on baseboard heater covers need to match up with the existing heater layout while keeping the transitions clean and visually quiet. Baseboarders® accessories will replace all of the existing baseboard heater accessories. Questions about what type of endcap to use or how to deal with baseboard trim are easily answered by reviewing the notes below. In many cases, the choice of accessories will be simple and straight forward. Sometimes the baseboard heater layout will present opportunities to utilize Baseboarders® accessories where the originally installed heaters lacked a trim detail. This can add a more refined look, such as using a zero clearance endcap on a baseboard heater that terminates at an adjacent wall. Use the pictorial guide below to help determine which accessories to use. Accessories vary for each product line.

 

AccessoryWhen To UseExample
ClosedDetail2
Shown: Premium EC001
Closed Endcap


  • Used when the copper pipe bends down into the floor or the wall behind the heater.

  • The most common endcap solution.

  • Each endcap can add up to 1-3/4" to the overall span.

  • The right side endcap, for example, is the endcap ON YOUR RIGHT when facing the heater.

  • Watch The Endcap Video Tutorial


ClosedDetail
OpenEndcap2
Shown: Premium EC002
Open Endcap


  • Used when the copper pipe continues on straight without bending.

  • There must be a minimum clearance of 1/2" from the side edge of the back plate and any obstruction (such as an adjacent wall).

  • Each endcap can add up to 1-3/4" to the overall span.

  • The open space at the side of the endcap allows the copper pipe to exit.

  • The right side endcap, for example, is the endcap ON YOUR RIGHT when facing the heater.

  • Watch The Endcap Video Tutorial

OpenEndcap
ZeroClearance2
Shown: Premium ZC001
Zero Clearance Endcap


  • Used when an open style endcap will not fit due to an insufficient amount of clearance between the side edge of the back plate and an adjacent wall.

  • When installed it is visually indistinguishable from a normal endcap.

  • Each endcap can add up to 1" to the overall span.

  • Also known as a "fake endcap", this item is symmetrical (no left or right side).

  • Watch The Endcap Video Tutorial

  • Premium, Premium TALL and Elliptus only.

ZeroClearance
CouplerDetail2
Shown: Premium CP001
Coupler


  • Used when a length of baseboard greater than 7' requires two or more panels.

  • When two panels are placed side by side, the coupler will overlap both panels and offer a clean transition.








CouplerDetail
Inside90-2
Shown: Premium IC001 & OC001
Inside/Outside 90 Degree Corner


  • Used when two lengths of baseboard heaters meet at a 90 degree angle.

  • If the two heaters are pointing away from you, it is an inside corner

  • If the two heaters are pointing towards you, it is an outside corner

  • Outside corner: Premium and Premium TALL only.






Inside90
InsideBay2
Shown: Premium IB001 & OB001
Inside/Outside 135 Degree Corner


  • Used when two lengths of baseboard heaters meet in a bay window at a 135 degree angle.

  • Also known as a "Bay Window Corner"

  • Premium and Premium TALL only.

InsideBay