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February 22, 2014 | Warmup | Comments 0

Increase Your Home’s Value with WarmUp’s In Floor Heating

Warmup In Floor Heating System BedroomAre you looking for ways to increase the value of your home? Upgrading and adding appliances is a great place to start. Another way is by installing in floor heating. WarmUp’s radiant floor heating systems are an ideal way to incorporate modern energy efficiency to generate the desired value increase.

Whether you are considering installing laminate, hardwoods, carpet or any other type of flooring into your home, WarmUp products can be easily installed with the flooring to make your home even warmer, cozier and more appealing. How does WarmUp do it? Well, its in floor heating systems vary depending on the type of flooring. For example, foil heating systems are used for carpet, in-slab cables for concrete and carbon heating systems for laminate.

The company’s 3iE is the world’s first fully interactive and energy monitoring thermostat. AsiWarmup 3iE Thermostatde from being sleek and having several different color options to choose from, this technologically savvy thermostat has helped its customers save an average of ten percent on energy bills.

WarmUp products are also low maintenance. Since there are no moving parts, the systems do not have to be replaced.
Lastly, WarmUp’s products are discrete and have low running costs. Gas boiler systems last approximately 10 years, and each product comes with an up to 30 years warranty. Therefore, when comparing the overall costs of a gas boiler to WarmUp products, a new radiant floor heating system is bound to be more appealing to potential buyers.

For more information about WarmUp’s in floor heating, visit www.warmup.com.

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