REMOVING BASEBOARD HEATERS. REMOVING BASEBOARD

Removing baseboard heaters. Convector heater with fan

Removing Baseboard Heaters


removing baseboard heaters
    baseboard heaters
  • (Baseboard heater) As a type of heating equipment, a system in which either electric resistance coils or finned tubes carrying steam or hot water are mounted behind shallow panels along baseboards. Baseboards rely on passive convection to distribute heated air in the space.
    removing
  • (removal) the act of removing; "he had surgery for the removal of a malignancy"
  • Take (something) away or off from the position occupied
  • Change one's home or place of residence by moving to (another place)
  • (removal) dismissal from office
  • Take off (clothing)
  • remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract; "remove a threat"; "remove a wrapper"; "Remove the dirty dishes from the table"; "take the gun from your pocket"; "This machine withdraws heat from the environment"

P365/3 Sunset in Parking Lot
P365/3 Sunset in Parking Lot
This is what we saw as we were coming out of Renot-Depot. Pretty dramatic! We had our first meal at the new house, from Tim Hortons. Breakfast sandwiches, Timbits, and coffee! We washed some walls and ceilings (still have more of that to do) in preparation for painting. Some of the paint seems to be peeling off in rather large pieces so we have to scrape some walls. My FIL removed the baseboard heaters from all the main room floors. They are ugly, some are brown, some are white, and all have been accidentally and/or intentionally painted on. I also learned how to put the automatic pool cleaner to work! Nifty little thing. We then ordered our first pizza at the house! It was from Domino's which I hadn't had in eons. We had their buffalo wings (yum) and a barbecue chicken pizza (also yum). We will probably order from there again when we can afford it! After my hubby's parents left, we did a little shopping. We got a lawnmower, a hose and it's accessories, and a rake! Yesterday, I was thankful: 1. to see the funny kitty that passed through our backyard. He was too shy to give us a proper greeting, but he was cute. He was kind of scrawny, but with his fluffy head and tufted tail, he looked like a mini lion! 2. that soon we won't have to drive back and forth between the house and the apartment! It takes about 25 minutes one way. 3. that Sears will allow us to return the mower if we try it out and find that we don't like it and it will only cost us a 20% restocking fee. It will be like renting the mower for about $30. There is a good reason for my liking this... you'll see.
422 heater gone plaster finished new trim
422 heater gone plaster finished new trim
HVAC portion of the Kitchen project. The wall heater has been removed the wall patched, baseboard replaced. All ready to be painted. The wall heater was in the wall that separates the Living room and dining room. Those rooms were the first phase of my house remodel but I didn't take photos of that make over.

removing baseboard heaters
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