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Baseboarders Reviews

Baseboarders are the highest rated baseboard heater cover renovation solution. How do we know this? Hundreds of posted reviews, direct customer feedback and non-stop sales growth. Not bad for a company that only does one thing. Product reviews have become one of the most powerful motivators for consumers to buy things. It's pretty evident the online peer-review system has many benefits over traditional hard-copy publications. The ease of instantly learning the opinions of others from far and wide about a specific product is empowering. Trusting the source of that information is what separates the good from the bad. It's a pretty...

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02 August 2015
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The Home Depot and Lowe’s: Retailing Baseboard Heater Covers

Back in 2008 we launched the original one size fits most easy slip-on baseboard heater cover solution. There's been hundreds of 5 star reviews, numerous complimentary phone calls from customers and lots of interest from the trade press along the way. But to get the attention of the big box stores, it has taken some serious effort. We've been fortunate to have formed a vendor relationship with The Home Depot. Based in Atlanta, this retail behemoth has confirmed Baseboarders are not only a worthy addition to their heating and hydronics product range, but are also offering their customers a far better...

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01 May 2015
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Steel vs Wood And Plastic Baseboard Heater Covers

When you think of a traditional radiator, what comes to mind? I bet it's the image of a honking big chunk of cast iron as shown in the photo above. Cast iron radiators are the original hot water heating system in North America. Built to last until eternity, millions of them are still in perfect working condition. You might wonder why they've always been made of cast iron and not some cheap and lightweight material like plastic? It's all about the conductivity and retention of heat energy. In a hydronic home heating system there are three main components; the boiler, the thermostat...

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01 April 2015
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The Real Cost of Baseboard Heater Covers

Time for a true price comparison. Baseboarders vs the competition. Aesthetically few would argue that Baseboarders have any competitors at all. But for those carefully monitoring their renovation dollars, here's how the numbers shake out. The Dummy Covers If you need a primer on dummy covers, see our post from May 2013. Dummy covers are cheap to buy and very expensive to install. - Retail price per linear foot (big box stores) - $9 - Time needed to replace the old covers - Minimum 20 minutes per foot. This involves removal, patching the wall and then installing the new ones. Watch it happen here. - Average hourly...

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03 February 2015
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Baseboard Radiators And The Renovation Dilemma

It doesn't matter if you call them baseboard radiators, baseboard heaters, perimeter heaters, baseboard registers or those old metal rads; it's all the same thing. What most people will agree on is that they're ugly. So what are you supposed to do? From my experience there are two routes. The first and most common is to just paint them. Not very effective though. The other way is the dummy replacement method. Usually not a DIY job as it involves slow tedious skilled work that leads to less than impressive results. It's also worth considering that the labor costs can be...

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02 November 2014
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