Warmup Underfloor Heating Systems
You can find a system that is a perfect match for your project from the Warmup underfloor heating product range. Warmup’s systems are a result of over 22 years of experience and rigorous research and development. As a result, you are guaranteed the highest quality floor heating system in the market, with a lifetime warranty. Find out our product range below or use our product selector tool.
- Suitable for every type of project
- Ideal for renovations
- Ideal for small spaces
- Compatible with different floor types
- Ideal for large zones
- Ideal for new-builds and large building projects
- Energy efficiency
- Low running costs
- Wide product range
- Keeps driveways, gutters and pathways ice and frost-free
- Increases safety
- Available for concrete and asphalt application
- Energy efficiency
Floor Coverings Compatible with Underfloor heating
Radiant heating is compatible with almost all floor finishes. Pay attention to the thermal conductivity of the floor type when choosing the best flooring to go with your floor heating. Thermal conductivity means how well the flooring material transfers heat from the heater to the surface of the floor. The better, the more efficient heating system you will have.
Both Warmup electric and water based systems can be used with wood flooring and laminate flooring. Our wide range of products ensures that you will have the perfect solution for heated wood floors.
Tile and stone floors are ideal for use with a floor heating system as they transfer heat efficiently, heat up fast and retain heat well. Undertile heating is therefore efficient to run and luxurious to walk on.
Warm carpets feel great underfoot, but they also help keep your home healthy and breathing air fresher by keeping humidity levels low and dust mites and other allergens in check.
Different room types for underfloor heating
Floor heaters can be installed in any room in your house, office or building. However, rooms differ in size and commonly use floor coverings that reflect the type of room they are installed in. For example, living rooms are usually bigger areas covered with wood, vinyl, laminate or carpet flooring whereas bathrooms are small spaces using tiles as the floor surface. Learn more about underfloor heating in different rooms below.