Tella Grid System

Tella Grid is ideal for builds where extra strength is required due to high floor loadings

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Floor Type

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

Room Type

icon-checkmark  Small & Large Areas

icon-checkmark  Regular & Irregular Shape

Build Type

icon-checkmark  New Build

icon-checkmark  Refurb

Subfloor Type

icon-checkmark  Screed & Concrete Floors

Tella Grid System uses a wire grid to which the underfloor heating pipe is attached using plastic cable ties. The wire grid is typically used to add structural support to the subfloor where extra strength is required due to high floor loadings.

The Tella Grid System is suitable for almost any floor finish and in particular where the flooring (wood, carpet or vinyl) may be replaced from time to time.

Key Benefits

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Best solution when a structural screed is required

Wire grid provides best solution when a structural screed is required, particularly for heavy and high loads

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Protects the integrity of the insulation

Grid protects the integrity of the insulation from damage until the structural screed is laid

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 for 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.

Water Components

Pipes

warmup underfloor 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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Manifold

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

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

water insulation page

Using Insulation with water floor heating significantly reduces the heat-up times and running costs.

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