Radiator Covers: Measuring

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CUSTOM RADIATOR COVER MEASURING INSTRUCTIONS

Width: Measure beyond pipes and valves on both ends. Choose width that gives you enough room for fit and balance.

Height: Measure from floor to top of radiator. Add at least one inch and choose nearest standard height to fit.

Depth: Leave ample room both in front and in back of radiator – choose depth which is larger than radiator.

Make certain that enclosures can be slipped over the top. If radiator is recessed, give height of radiator and height of bottom sill or opening, and we will make suitable back-apron to slip in. We can also make the unit without a back for ease of installation. However, we do not suggest a tight fit for recessed or semi-recessed radiators.

Add at least 2 1/2″ or more to the existing width of your radiator.

Add at least 1 1/2″ or more to the existing height of your radiator. Add an additional 1/2″ if choosing to have an insulated top. Humidifiers need an additional 2″. If you are choosing to have both a Insulated Top and Humidifier you should be adding an additional 4″ to the height of your radiator.

Add at least 1 1/2″ or more to the existing depth of your radiator. (2 1/2″ for Oxford, Cambridge and Newport)

When floor is uneven order with adjustable legs.

On enclosures over 34″ high, we can at no additional cost provide you with a valve door if desired. Advise us which side your valve is located.

NOTE: If you need your enclosure an exact size, or have any cutouts you may need for pipes or moldings, please use our Radiator Diagram sheet to provide us with your measurements.

Click here for our “SKETCH SHEET”

Print it and fax to us at 516-367-6490.

Please measure carefully, radiator covers are not returnable.


BASIC RADIATOR COVER MEASURING INSTRUCTIONS

Width: Measure beyond pipes and valves on both ends. Choose width that gives you enough room for fit and balance.

Height: Measure from floor to top of radiator. Add at least one inch and choose nearest standard height to fit.

Depth: Leave ample room both in front and in back of radiator – choose depth which is larger than radiator.

Make certain that enclosures can be slipped over the top.

Make sure size is at least 2″ or more larger then the existing width of your radiator.

Make sure size is at least 1″ or more larger then the existing height of your radiator.

Make sure size is at least 1″ or more larger then the existing depth of your radiator.

Click here for our “SKETCH SHEET”

Print it and fax to us at 516-367-6490.

Please measure carefully, radiator covers are not returnable.


WOOD RADIATOR COVER MEASURING INSTRUCTIONS

Width: Measure beyond pipes and valves on both ends. Choose width that gives you enough room for fit and balance. Add at least 2″ to existing width of radiator.

Height: Measure from floor to top of radiator. Add at least 1 ” to existing height of radiator.

Depth: Measure depth from the surface that the top of the Radiator Cover will rest against, i.e. the wall, the trim or the sill. Add at least 1 ” to existing depth of radiator.

The Outside Dimensions of the Radiator Cover will be:

Width: Lancaster and York will be +5″ Seattle, Tacoma, Savannah and Charleston will be +3 5/8″

Height: All styles will be +1 1/4″

Depth: All styles will be + 2 1/2″

Click here for our “STEEL SKETCH SHEET”

Click here for our “WOOD SKETCH SHEET”

Print it and fax to us at 516-367-6490.

If you HAVE any questions, please contact us at 516-224-4555 Or toll free at 844-650-4555

Please measure carefully, radiator covers are not returnable.