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It depends on how bad the wall is. If it's within, say a quarter of an inch of variance in 4', just scribe it in as Keshlam has suggested. If it's more than that...nothing you do to your trim work is going to really hide the problem. In this case, you may want to consider setting the wainscot with a string line, and then floating the walls out to meet it (or ...


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If you really want the wainscoting to be straight, you could put shims behind the wainscot and baseboard to make them straight and level even if the wall isn't, and use a scribed board at the top to follow whatever curves exist there....


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You can not have baseboard copper fin on the same thermostat or zone with cast iron. Base board transfers heat much faster therefore will sit cold while cast iron rads are hot for much longer time heating a room. Also it is not recommended to have baseboard heat even on its own thermostat and zone when you have other zones with cast iron. The average ...


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It is my understanding that a fin type baseboard radiator will not work in a casting iron zone. I had the same problem and switched to a cast Iron baseboard and it worked like a champ


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If the flow is blocked, then both the inlet pipe and the outlet pipe will be cold. Even if hot water got into the pipe, if there's no flow to replace it it will go cold fairly quickly. It will only gain heat by it conducting through the pipe and water without flow, which takes a long time and that heat would be lost before it ever got warm at inlet or ...


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It kind of depends on the height of the baseboard. Small stuff you can get by with nailing on the bottom 2X4 along the wall. In that case every 16 to 24"- enough to make it hold tight to the wall without movement. If you have an old house with lots of irregularities in the floors or walls, it will require more attention and that may be another discussion all ...



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