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hmf1050

04:24PM | 10/01/08
Member Since: 09/30/08
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Bvbasement
...our basement, which has a french drain with that black 'snow fence' looking plastic that goes about 3 inches up the block walls. We just installed a tile floor and want to finish the walls, but need to install some sort of vented baseboard first to cover that black plastic. any ideas???

KingVolcano

06:13PM | 10/02/08
Member Since: 03/03/05
273 lifetime posts
If you could provide a picture of the area, I maybe able to help. I install specialty baseboard in basements all the time. I'm sure we can figure something out. It would be a pleasure to help you find a solution.

Since I do not check it every day, please be patient with a reply.

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hmf1050

12:46PM | 10/05/08
Member Since: 09/30/08
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Here's a pic of the basement, and also some of the obstacles we have...not just a square room and very un-even walls make it a challange. Any help you can offer is welcome!!
4569-baseboard

KingVolcano

02:06AM | 10/08/08
Member Since: 03/03/05
273 lifetime posts
Well, the baseboard I had in mind probably would not work. Johnsonite make a removable vinyl baseboard that we use in a lot of floor prone areas. Our customers love it. However, I'm not sure you could properly mount the backing onto your wall. Maybe you can use standard, non wood baseboard from home depot and perforate it to allow water flow. You may have to get creative. Just make sure the area is clean before you mount any baseboard.

BV001489

10:29AM | 07/06/13
I need a Three inch thick wood baseboard where can i find it

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