Warmup prides itself in providing the best products and services.
When it comes to installation, through customer feedback and testing from its Research & Development Centre, the company is constantly looking at ways to improve its products.
This is based on the knowledge that time is money and trade professionals are always on the look-out for a better, more efficient way to install underfloor heating
Warmup’s new StickyMat enables a smaller contractor to install underfloor heating as fast as a larger company.
In an internal testing environment, when using it against a similar product without pressure sensitive adhesive, the installation of StickyMat was 35% faster – a big difference.
Designed to be more than just a standard heating mat, StickyMat uses a 1.8mm pre-paced wire with tough fluoropolymer coatings which provide inner and outer insulation for even surface heat distribution.
The StickyMat is available in a choice of 150 W/m² and 200 W/m² heat outputs and thirteen different sizes.
It is suitable for all projects: new build, retrofits and refurbishments.
Once it has been fitted, installers have two options: to lay a thin, self-levelling screed over the mat and leave it to dry or to trowel a full bed of flexible tile adhesive directly over the mat and lay the floor tiles.
Although the installation process is simple, Warmup offers a market leading 24/7/365 technical support service to give personal advice during and after installation.
In line with Warmup’s tradition of offering of warranties and guarantees, StickyMat comes with a Lifetime Warranty and SafetyNet Installation Guarantee.
This means if the system is accidentally damaged during installation, Warmup will replace it free of charge.
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