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Baseboard Heater Covers Hide Unsightly Heaters
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So, you want to hide those old metal baseboard heat vents. Numerous companies make heater covers designed to do just that. They conceal the heaters but don't obscure their fuction.


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Baseboard drywall reveals are a great way to add design and style to your home.
The following images are an example of a 1/2″ drywall reveal that has been added above baseboards.

Corner Molding
Installing corner molding? We show you two ways to fitting together your corner molding.
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Nailing Baseboard To Steel Studs
The generally accepted method to install baseboard or other decorative moldings to steel studs is to use construction adhesive.

s in bathroom
I've taken out the s in my bathroom, as part of painting the bathroom. I'll replace with new ones. I have no tools. I know I need to buy a miter box. What kind of saw do I need?

baseboard-heating-systems wear out after just a few years and will need to be replaced. This is easy and quite inexpensive though.
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Finish Nails, 2 Inch, 16 Gauge
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Nail the baseboard back in place using finishing nails. Countersink the nails and apply wood putty to give the baseboard a smooth appearance. Sand and paint the baseboard to restore the look of the wall.
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How To Make s Taller
Would you believe these skimpy s were beefed up using a simple trick for faking luxurious architecture?

Baseboard Finish trim where the floor and walls meet.
Bay Window A window projecting outward from the wall of a house.
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is a board placed along the floor against the walls and partitions to properly hid the gap between the floor and plaster.
Batt is insulation that comes in the form of a blanket rather than loose fill.

Baseboards camouflage an awkward transition between the butt ends of flooring and the wall.

(plinthe, f.) Interior trim at the intersection of the wall and the floor.
heater (radiateur-plinthe, m.) See heating.
base course (assise de base, f.) In masonry, the first or bottom course of masonry units.

Baseboard Heat: A heating system with the heating unit located along the perimeter of the wall where the baseboard would normally be located. It can be either an electric or hot water system.

: Finish board covering the interior wall where the wall and floor meet.
BATT: A type of fiberglass insulation, which is designed to be installed between a building's framing members.

BASEBOARD: Finish board covering the interior wall where the wall and floor meet.
BASE COURSE: The lowest part of masonry construction.
BASE LINE: A located line for reference control purposes.

- Any board or molding found at the bottom of an interior wall.
Basement Foundation - A basement is a usable foundation that typically has ceiling heights of 8' and is often finished off as living or storage space.

Baseboard brace
Close small gaps along baseboard with adhesive and a temporary brace.


trim softens the transition between the walls and the floor. Because there may be gaps between drywall and floor, serves a functional purpose to cover this area.

Base, Baseboard - A trim board placed against the wall around the room next to the floor. Basement Window Inserts - The window frame and glass unit that is installed in the window buck.

Base or . A board placed against the wall around a room next to the floor to finish properly between floor and plaster.
Base molding. Molding used to trim the upper edge of interior .

Step 3
Cut the Baseboard and Molding Stock
Use a compound miter saw to cut 45 degree miters on the ends of the baseboards that will be installed on the ceiling.
Step 4
Join Sections of Baseboard Using Scarf Joints ...

and Quarter Round Molding Installation
molding is the wide trim that lines the perimeter of a room, where the wall meets the floor. A well-finished and properly installed makes a room look richer and more finished.

Baseboard
Boards placed against the bottom of walls. Conceals the joint between walls and floors and gives a finished appearance.
Base Shoe
Molding used to finish off the bottom edge of baseboard. Used to hide irregular floor and wall joints.

Heaters
One of several types of heaters that are wall mounted near the floor or a room. The most common heaters are electric resistance units but some are hot water radiant heaters.

BASEBOARD: Any board or molding covering an interior wall where it meets the floor.

BATT: An oblong blanket of fiberglass insulation.


A board along the floor against walls and partitions to hid gaps.
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Baseboard
A piece of trim, either plain or milled, installed around a room at the base of the walls to conceal the joints of walls and adjoining floor covering.
Baseboard shoe ...

heaters are usually installed underneath windows. There, the heater's rising warm air counteracts falling cool air from the cold window glass.

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s
Either remove the present s or, more simply, buy strips of quarter-round to place down after the floor has been put done. These will hold the floating floor in place.

Baseboard can puts the finishing touch on a drywall installation. In addition to enhancing the look of a room, it protects the drywall's brittle bottom edges from potential damage. Attaching ...
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The baseboard-clad walls and ceiling of the master bath in this South Carolina home by designer Barbara Westbrook are painted the same shade of cream " Donald Kaufman's DKC-5 in a satin finish.
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Base,
A board placed along the bottom of a wall next to the floor.
Batt insulation ...

Prepare baseboards for painting. Starting at the top edge of the baseboard and working toward the floor, apply a light coat of paint.

Electric heaters are one of the most expensive ways to heat a home, but they can be easily turned off or down in rooms where more heat isn't needed. Read on to find out more.
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