Underfloor heating systems are a great way to add a sense of coziness and warmth to complement your soft carpet flooring. Warm carpets feel great underfoot, but they also help keep your home healthy by keeping humidity levels low, keeping dust mites and other allergens in check.
Warmup has a wide range of systems from electric to wet underfloor heating to ensure the perfect heating solution for your carpet floors.
Tile and stone floors are ideal for use with an underfloor heating system as they heat up fast and retain heat well, making the system efficient to run.
Even though tiles are most often associated with kitchen and bathroom flooring, this durable and easy to clean surface is great for use in other areas too such as corridors and laundry rooms. Due to the low thermal resistance and high thermal mass of tile and stone, they are also perfect for sunrooms and other areas with high heat loss. Tile and stone flooring can be heated up to 84°F (29°C).
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Vinyl flooring and luxury vinyl tiles (LVT), including Amtico and Karndean ranges, are well suited for use with underfloor heating. This easy to clean, strong and durable floor finish is perfectly complemented by a low-maintenance floor heating system, creating a luxurious and warm to the touch finish to any room.
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Installing an underfloor heating system under wood flooring is an ideal way to enhance the natural luxury of a beautiful wood floor. The gentle heat created adds warmth and comfort to any room. Both Warmup electric and water based systems can be used with wood flooring and laminate flooring.
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The Inslab Cable is designed for use within a concrete floor construction.
The Inslab cable system is designed for installation in concrete slab of 2″ to 4″ (50mm to 100mm). If insulation is absent or beneath more than 4″ (100mm) of concrete subfloor,insulation boardsmust be used to ensure optimum heat-up times.
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