Baseboard Heater Covers Easy Installation

Installation is easy as 1-2-3!

1
Remove the old cover
2
Add the end caps to the new cover
3
Slide the cover over the heating element
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No Back Plate? No Problem!

Sometimes the back plate (the piece of metal behind the heating element that's attached to the wall) is missing or cannot be used when installing new baseboard heater covers. We have a simple solution using easy-to-install wall brackets.

1

Ensure the wall behind the baseboard heater is patched and painted up to 8″ above the finished floor. (Up to 10” above the finished floor if using the Premium Tall style.)

2

Locate the nearest stud (or some solid material behind the sheetrock) at both ends of the heater.

3

To make the job easy, locate and drill a pilot hole a minimum of 7″ above the finished floor. This is only a recommended height as you can install the panel higher off the floor if you like. (Drill a pilot hole a minimum of 9” above the finished floor if using the Premium Tall style).

4

Using the screws provided, secure one WB001 wall bracket at each end of the heater. Use a third in the middle for additional support and for 6′ and 7′ lengths.

5

The wall bracket will produce a thin gap between itself and the wall. This gap will receive the lip on the back side of the Baseboarders® panel as illustrated.

How to Cut Covers to Any Length

Baseboarders® covers are incredibly versatile and can be custom cut to any size your project may require. It’s a simple and easy process that we’ll gladly walk you through. Watch the video for detailed instructions.

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Which End Caps Do You Need?

We offer 3 different styles of end caps to finish off your installation: Closed, Open & Zero Clearance. Endcaps also give you up to 3 1/2" more length if you need a little wiggle room. Find out which style you’ll need for your installation by watching this short video.

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Check Out Your Accessory Options

We offer multiple accessories for every style and any installation need. From extra long baseboard heaters to 90 or 135° corners, take a look at all the options.
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More Guides

Get even more detail on how to custom cut, order custom lengths, and install with these step-by-step guides.