Contura Floating Floor System

Contura Floating floor system is used where heating is installed onto a concrete or solid wooden subfloor for floating floors

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Floor Type

icon-checkmark Ceramic, Stone, Wood / Laminate, Vinyl, Carpet

Room Type

icon-checkmark  Small & Large Areas

icon-checkmark  Regular Shape

Build Type

icon-checkmark  New Build

icon-checkmark Refurb

Subfloor Type

icon-checkmark  Floating Floors

Contura Floating Floor System (combines preformed insulation and diffusion plates) is used where heating is installed onto a concrete or solid wooden subfloor but where a dry finish is used in place of a standard screed covering. This system typically has a lower wattage per square metre output (75w/m²) compared to traditional screeded floors.

It is used primarily in new build on upper floors where insulation levels are higher, lowering the heat requirements. The system is suitable in refurbishment projects where sufficiently increased levels of insulation is applied. It can be installed under almost any floor finish, in particular engineered wood and composite laminate wood.

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Key Benefits

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Comprehensive choice of board strengths

Comprehensive choice of board strengths and thicknesses available to match individual requirements.

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Overlay system requires no screeding

Holds the pipe at the correct level prior to screeding to ensure there are no hot spots.

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System promotes fast heat-up response times

prior to screeding to ensure there are no hot spots.

Guarantee and Warranty

Safety Net Installation Guarantee

If you accidentally damage the underfloor heating pipe during installation, return it to Warmup and we will replace it with the same size and make pipe free.

Lifetime Limited Warranty

The length of the warranty period depends on the type of pipe you choose. When you install this system with the Warmup PEX-a pipe, the pipe comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Installing this product? You will Also need:

Thermostat

Choosing the correct control system is crucial in ensuring that your heating system works in the best possible way, efficiently and easily

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Control Center

All hydronic systems require a control centre that works with the thermostats and the heat source, such as a boiler.

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Manifold

The Warmup Manifold is manufactured from stainless steel and provides water regulation for up to 12 underfloor heating circuits.

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Pipes

Warmup systems come with a choice of 3 pipe types; PEX-A, PE-RT and PE-RT/AL/PE-RT. This choice guarantees that you have the best possible system, tailored to your specific installation and budget.

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