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Slant/Fin Fine/Line 30 6 ft. Heating Enclosure Baseboard
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Slant/Fin

Fine/Line 30 6 ft. Heating Enclosure Baseboard

$40.56 /each

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The Slant/Fin 6 ft. Dummy Baseboard comes in a Nu-Tone white finish. It is used to cover an exposed baseboard heat pipe. The splice plate is included for the installation.

  • Slant/Fin's Fine/Line 30's slim profile harmonizes with any decor
  • Commercial-grade, rust-resistant, galvanized steel
  • Slant/Fin baseboard can be installed flush to the wall or recessed for a more concealed look
  • Replace old hot water radiators with modern low-profile baseboard
  • End caps sold separately
  • Commercial grade rust resistant galvanized steel in nu-tone white
  • Used to cover exposed baseboard heat pipe
  • Includes splice plate

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Can the cover be changed without removing the actual plumbing?

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YES it can be done, and it is not too difficult with some patience. Original units are usually nailed into the studs, and it is difficult to pull the nails because of the existing plumbing and the nail heads are sometimes dimpled into the sheet metal.
The trick is one I learned on This Old House. Remove all the covers and hardware from the front. Get some shims and push them between the wall and Read More
YES it can be done, and it is not too difficult with some patience. Original units are usually nailed into the studs, and it is difficult to pull the nails because of the existing plumbing and the nail heads are sometimes dimpled into the sheet metal.
The trick is one I learned on This Old House. Remove all the covers and hardware from the front. Get some shims and push them between the wall and baseboard cover to make some space between the cover and wall. Get the longest metal cutting saws all blade you can find and insert it between the baseboard and wall, then cut the nails from behind the baseboard cover. If you are careful, you'll avoid damaging the wall above the baseboard, and any wall damage below the baseboard will be covered up. Be careful to cut the nail shaft and not into the sheet metal, you might have to cut into the drywall a bit to get a good cut on the nail shaft if the nail head is dimpled into the sheet metal, but again, this cut will be covered up by the new baseboard.
Once you are done removing the old board, disassemble the dummy boards. The brackets are removed by squeezing the top of the bracket until the bottom pops out of the lip. Slip the new brackets behind the existing pipe, slip the new covers behind, and reinstall the brackets by squeezing the topof the bracket and pushing the bottom of the bracket back into the cover. Secure the back to the wall with drywall screws, reinstall the front cover and louver and that's it. Read Less
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It depends on how the original installation was done. If the hardware securing the backing plate is behind the element it could prove very difficult. Enclosure only is sold to act as a pipe chase not to re-rap existing element; although people do it all the time. Home Depot also sells a product called Neat Heat, which is a cover to go over existing baseboard. You may want to try that if changing the Read More
It depends on how the original installation was done. If the hardware securing the backing plate is behind the element it could prove very difficult. Enclosure only is sold to act as a pipe chase not to re-rap existing element; although people do it all the time. Home Depot also sells a product called Neat Heat, which is a cover to go over existing baseboard. You may want to try that if changing the metal enclosure proves to difficult. Read Less
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That depends on how it was originally installed. Sometimes you can and other times it is just to difficult. The purpose of enclosure only is to act as a pipe chase not to re-rap existing element. Although it is done quite often.
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Can these be cut?

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Yes, this item can be cut.
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Yes in fact we have some customers that buy 8' pieces exclusively and cut what they need., The best way to cut it is with a chop saw. People also use tin snips. However keep in mind that both techniques take a little practice to get a good clean cut. It you have questions you can give me a call chris 978 651 3301
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round cover for floor around pipe where do I find it to buy

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on the floor around my baseboard heater I need the circular metal piece that goes around the pipe
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September 1, 2016
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Hello Mazy! Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This manufacturer does not make escutcheons (the round cover for pipes). For further assistance, please contact your local Home Depot store or an online representative at 800-430-3376. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Do these units also come in the 10 1/2 " height?

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Slant Fin 30 series baseboard is only made the one profile. Although Slant Fin 30 is the most popular baseboard in the US and has the largest installed base, there have been many other brands and profiles over the years.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice, but they do not cover very well These are of decent quality and I would recommend them in general, but they would be much better if the front cover would extend down toward the floor a bit more. After installation, there is at least 1 1/2" between the floor and the bottom of the cover. This allows easy view from a standing position of the unfinished side of the backing and the brackets that hold the pipes and heating elements in place. These were shipped via UPS and arrived in excellent condition, however, the inside corner I ordered was not covered with a protective film and was full of scratches and scuff marks - most likely from its time in the warehouse, not from shipping. May 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Baseboard heat cover Product is ok but came damaged need better packaging July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install Replaced old rusted enclosure. Very easy to install. Does not come with end-caps. August 26, 2014
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