Keeping a Clean Home

Whether you are worried about getting sick during flu season or you just enjoy coming home to a clean house after a long day, a tidy home is beneficial to both physical and mental health. Though cleaning up your house may sound simple, keeping a clean home takes a lot of work and know how. There are many areas that people don’t even think about when cleaning their homes and areas they clean but not with a powerful cleaner. Some of the most important parts of your home to clean include vents and baseboard heaters, bathrooms, and kitchens.

Vents & Baseboard Heaters

Among the most overlooked areas of home cleaning are the air vents, radiators, and baseboard heaters. The vents in your home are where most of your air passes through. Air vents often collect a lot of dust, allergens, and germs that will continue to spread throughout your home if not properly cleaned. If you have an older home, you may have baseboard heaters. Original baseboard heaters can be extremely difficult to clean based on their design. Installing a baseboard heater cover will make the cleaning process easier, while also providing a modern facelift to your home.


Another hotspot of germs is the bathroom. For obvious reasons, you can find a lot of germs in your bathtub, on your toilet, and on your counters. Especially during flu season, it is important to routinely disinfect your bathroom’s surfaces. We recommend using disinfectant wipes or spray to kill germs onsite. For a deeper clean, opt for bleach to ensure the surfaces are clean.


As one of the rooms that people congregate in the most, the kitchen is another hotspot where you will find germs. Whether it is from children touching the counter, sink, fridge, or pantry after school or from preparing raw meat for dinner, a deep clean in the kitchen is a must. We recommend using disinfectant sprays and wipes to clean counters and other commonly touched surfaces after cooking.

Contact us for more tips on keeping a clean home.

Measure Your Baseboard Heaters

How to measure baseboard heaters:

Step 1

Always measure left to right, and twice for accuracy

Step 2 

Always measure left to right, and twice for accuracy

Step 3


Based on how your heater is configured,

choose an option below to expand and view

specific hot water baseboard heater measurement templates.

[+] Option 1: Straight Heater Configuration
[+] Option 2: L-Shape and U-Shape Configuration
[+] Option 3: 45 Degrees, Z-Shape Configuration


Now that you’ve learned how to measure baseboard heaters,

you’re ready to order.

Quickly review our prices listed below.

Standard Size Tall Size
Covers by the foot $22.95 $28.95
Endcaps, Corners & Solid Couplers $23.95 $29.95
Mesh Couplers $17.95 $22.95
90 Outside Corner $36.95 $45.95
Universal Size
Wall Widgets $3.95
Floor Widgets $4.95
Wall Contraptions $8.95