A: Countyloyalist, I am not sure how your place is cover. There are corner covers that work great. If you mean to make the corner with the slant fin make sure they are long enough and not let the other end exposed. A picture of the site would explain better what you would like to do.
A: If they’re off the wall then yes it will cover it.
A: Please forgive the long answer. Others may read this to I want to cover similar questions with this answer. The purpose of enclosure only is not to re-wrap or replace existing enclosure that has become old and worn or damaged; whether that enclosure is covering element or copper tube. The purpose of enclosure only is to act as pipe chase. For example: Let’s say you have a 10’ wall and the heat loss calls for 5’ of element. The plumber may elect to run 5’ of complete enclosure with element, followed by 5’ of enclosure only. The enclosure only will hide the pipe and allow it to run into the next room. This way the plumber does not have to run the line down under the floor and have it come up into the next room. With these installations the backing plate is installed prior to the pipe. So the pipe does not get in the way. The best way to change enclosure is to drain the zone and remove the copper tube or element to get at the backing plate. As a plumber this idea and the requisite soldering does not pose a problem. But many people find it daunting. So they try to replace the enclosure with either the element or copper tube in place. Sometimes this is possible given the layout of the circuit and the way it was installed. But just as often it is impossible to do without damaging the element, the enclosure or both. It all depends on the specifics of that install. Therefore without being on site I cannot give you a definitive answer. It is because of this that products such as Neat Heat or Slantfin Revitaline have been created. This are enclosure replacement products specifically manufactured to be installed with the element or pipe still in place. Both series of products are available on Home Depot’s web site. Chris 978 651 3301
A: Yes, I have done this numerous times, just follow the instructions.
A: Sorry but I do not understand your question. Chris 978 651 3301
A: Please restate the question. I don't understand what is been asked in regards to the Baseboard unit.
A: First, enclosure only aka Dummy, is not intended to re-wrap existing element. People often use it for this off label purpose with varying degrees of success. With some installations it works well with others it is impossible to remove the old cover with the element in place. It all depends on what product was originally installed and how it was installed. Although I have no idea from what points you made your measurements, based on what you have said I would be inclined to do the following. I would purchase a 7' piece. 7x12=84. I would also get a left and right hand end cap. They can each add as much as 2" to the length or as little as 1/4". If I am viewing this correctly that should get you in the size range you need.
A: All accessories are sold separately.
A: They are sold separately