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Measurement Guide

Are you covering an electric baseboard heater?
Check out our compatibility guide for electric heaters.

You know what they say: measure four times, cut once




1

Length

from end to end

2

Height

from the floor

3

Height

from the bottom of the heating element

4

Depth

from the side attached to the wall to the front of the heating element

Step 1:measure the length, end to end

Measure the length from top corner to top corner of each baseboard heater you plan to cover.

Measure from the outside edge of the Left Endcap to the inside corner of the L-Shape. You want the tape measure to touch the opposing wall. Take this gross length and subtract 3 inches. This is the panel length required on the left side of your L-Shape.

Repeat this for the right side by measuring from the outside edge of the Right Endcap to the inside corner of the L-Shape. Make sure the tape measure touches the opposing wall. Take this gross Length and subtract 3 inches. This is the panel length required on the right side of your L-Shape.

For odd sizes, we can trim covers to your exact length. Select the next-largest cover length on a product page, and insert your custom measurement in the customization field below.

For heaters longer than 8 feet or longer than 6ft for the Demi product, we offer accessories to connect multiple lengths of the covers, offering custom-cut covers when needed.

Step 2:measure the height from the floor

Measure from floor to the top of the existing back plate.

For Atlas, Titan & Demi covers:

Your measurement should be between 7¼” and 9½”

For Atlas XL covers:

Anything above 9½”

Step 3:measure the height from the heating element

Measure from bottom of heating element to the top of the existing back plate.

For Atlas, Titan & Demi covers:

It should be between 5” and 6¾”

For Atlas XL covers:

It should be between 6¾” and 9”

Step 4:measure the depth from the wall

Measure from back plate to the front of the heating element. It should be less than 3⅛” for all covers.

Do you have an irregular baseboard heater?

If your measurements don’t fit the above guidelines, please see our solutions for odd-sized baseboard heaters.

irregular solutions




Are you covering an electric baseboard heater?

Our compatibility guide outlines all suitable electric baseboard options.

download our compatibility guide