GENERAL -

Our baseboard radiator ends cap over our covers adding only 1/16inch in length per cap, rather than an end cap that attaches to the end of the radiator run (which then adds 2” to 3” to each side of the cover). The end caps can be pulled or slid out, up to 1/2inch on either side to fit your existing length requirements. This allows you some wiggle room and makes for an easier installation. When measuring, calculate 1/16” to the total length of the cover for each closed or open end cap. (i.e. A 6foot radiator run with two end caps = 6 foot 1/8inches.) All of our end caps can be modified by using a jig saw with a fine metal cutting blade of 18-24 teeth per inch.

CLOSED END CAPS -

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Are used to “close in or hide“ the side of your covers when they start and end in the middle of a wall. They can also be used in wall to wall radiator runs as long as the copper pipe does not need to go through the end cap.

OPEN END CAPS -

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Are used when the copper pipe exits out the side of the baseboard radiator run. These can be used for runs that start and end in the middle of a wall or are up against the wall, whenever you need to allow the pipe to exit out through the end cap.

FLUSH END CAPS -

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Are used when the baseboard radiator ends against a wall, bathtub or any flat surface. These can also be also be used as solid couplers to join together two or more lengths of cover. (i.e a 15-foot long radiator run would require three 5 foot pieces with two couplers joining the pieces together so they look continuous). Flush ends can be scribed to fit against uneven surfaces using a jig saw with a fine metal cutting blade with 18 - 24 teeth per inch.

90 DEGREE INSIDE CORNER -

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Used in an inside corner that is 90 degrees. When measuring the covers that are going to meet in the 90-degree corner subtract 3” inches off of both the left and right legs.

45 DEGREE INSIDE CORNER -

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Used in the inside corner that is 45 degrees ( Bay and bow windows). When using 45-degree inside corners order the covers long because they need to be very precise and building variations may need to be taken into consideration

45 DEGREE OUTSIDE CORNER -

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Used in the outside corner that is 45 degrees ( Bay and bow windows) . When using 45 degree inside corners order the covers long because they need to be very precise and building variations may need to be taken into consideration.

COUPLERS -

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Used to join together two or more lengths of cover. (i.e a 15-foot long radiator run would require three 5 foot pieces with two couplers joining the pieces together so they look continuous) There are perforated couplers and the Flush end caps can also be used as solid couplers also which will match the end caps.

90 DEGREE OUTSIDE CORNER -

Used in an outside corner that is 90 degrees.

WALL BRACKET -

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Used when the existing wall plate is missing or has been removed. The cover clips on the slot built into the bracket to hold the cover. The bracket and cover can be hung at any height off of the floor. You will need 1 bracket for every 32” inches, to calculate how many brackets you will need take the total inches and divide by 32 then add 1 for the end. (96/32=3+1=4) When in doubt add an extra bracket.

FLOOR RISER -

Floor Widget For Raising Baseboard Covers

Used when a new wood or tile floor 3/4’ inch has been added and the wall plate has stayed at the original height. When this happens sometimes the cover then becomes too tall for the existing heater causing it not clip onto the existing wall plate. The Floor Riser is screwed to the top of the existing wall plate with sheet metal screws. It then effectively raises the top of your wall plate ¾” inch back to its original height. Use one for every 32” inches + 1 for the end (96/32=3+1=4) . Is used for both standard and TALL baseboard covers.

SANDY BRACKET -

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The Sandy bracket holds up the cover and the fin tube, to keep it from sagging. Used when the existing wall plate is missing or has been removed and is over 5’0”. The cover clips on the slot built into the bracket to hold the cover and the fin tube rests on the perch to keep the fin tube from sagging and being visible under the baseboard cover. The bracket needs to be hung at floor level. For long runs, you will need one in the middle every 64” inches starting at 60” inches from both ends.