New Slantfin cover for old baseboard heat

Discussion in 'HVAC Heating & Cooling' started by Andrew21, Dec 8, 2007.

  1. Andrew21

    Andrew21 Member

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    Hi there,
    Quick question. I'm doing renovations to my place and I had to get rid of the baseboards because they have about 9 coats of paint and I want things to look good. Here's the deal. When I got the new baseboards from Home Depot, the fins were protruding out. My friend told me that I had to turn the fins 'up' so they will fit the profile. The baseboard does fit (as you can see in the second pic) but the fit is tight. I didn't put in the piece that opens and closes the heat opening yet. I don't want to replace the entire element because that will involve replacing all the elements and money is an issue now (Plumber is cheap but can't afford it). Do they make baseboard covers that will fit instead of turning every fin up? That will take me hours to do! Look at the pics below. Thank you for your time.

    Andrew

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  2. pmonger

    pmonger New Member

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    Rusty baseboard heaters

    Why not just renovate those ugly old heaters?
     
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  4. Peanut9199

    Peanut9199 Customer Service Manager Plumbing Wholesale

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    That post was from almost 2 years ago, i'm sure they tried something then.

    Why don't you go away and stop spamming this board?
     
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  5. pmonger

    pmonger New Member

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    Dear Peanut 9199

    Peanut 9199, so sorry for posting a useful link leading to information that represents a.) a solution to the original poster's question not found anywhere else on this forum and b.) my attempt to help readers in general of this forum. Please let me know what kind of posts you prefer. Critical ones? Insulting ones (like yours)? Please explain.
     
  6. Peanut9199

    Peanut9199 Customer Service Manager Plumbing Wholesale

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    Posting useful links (in your opion) is not helping people with questions they ask and also considering you are answering posts years later will probably not help them now.

    The only thing it helps is you and what you are trying to sell.

    Posted 12-08-07 answered by you 08-23-09
    Posted 05-09-07 answered by you 01-03-09
    Posted 02-16-07 answered by you 11-13-08
    and the one i like the most from "User" "Tonytony" and "he" said

    Who did that help? Let see maybe YOU!
     
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  7. pmonger

    pmonger New Member

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    Peanut9199 you're an idiot

    Peanut9199: You are an idiot. I will report your abusive comments by telephone tomorrow to whomever is in charge of this website forum. Your accusations below are wrong.
     
  8. nhmaster

    nhmaster Master Plumber

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    This entire thread is useless and should be removed totally.
     
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