Re: Wall around baseboard heat.
I would say depends on how you plan to frame the intersecting wall and the type of finish you expect.
If you plan on cutting open the wall to flush mount the corner stud then you might be able to get away with simply removing fins and let the tubing continue through.
Of coruse there will be some need to cut away some of the housing from the wall mount portion of the chassis. Then it becomes a matter of how to properly fit the drywall around the tubing that's inplace and finishing so it looks good.
Otherwise, cut out a section of the baseboard and cap off, build out the wall , drill a hole for the tubing and connect the two sections together.
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