Category: Radiant Heating Benefits

Gorgeous Master Bath Remodel with Warmup Floor Heating - July 22, 2014 by Dave Mckiever

Howtoremodelamasterbathroom_GregyuHowtoremodelamasterbathroom_GregyuHowtoremodelamasterbathroom_GregyuHowtoremodelamasterbathroom_GregyuHowtoremodelamasterbathroomHowtoremodelamasterbathroom_Gregyu

IMG_30062011_162118
Heated Driveways and Walkways, Not Just For the Wealthy! - June 4, 2014

We have survived yet another winter here in the US and for many of us it was a winter wonderland where we “wondered” when we were going to get a break from the snow and/or ice.  Some folks enjoy shoveling snow or running their snow blower but here at Warmup, we offer a slightly different […]

Staining & Painting Concrete – Pros & Cons - April 2, 2014

Whichever you decide to do, one thing is for sure, either option is better than looking at the ole’ plain grey concrete floor .  Since there is so much information out there on the pros and cons of painting or staining concrete, how to do it, who should do it and so forth, we thought […]

Warmup at JLC Live New England - March 19, 2014

  Warmup In Floor Heating Systems to Attend JLC Live New England World’s best-selling electric floor heating brand will showcase hottest spring products at March 21 and 22 show  Danbury, Conn. – Spring is the time that many homeowners transform their kitchens and baths with new flooring, countertops, appliances and other upgrades. These renovations provide […]

IMG_1875
How to Prevent Snow and Ice Buildup on Steps & Walkways - September 10, 2013

Everyone knows about ways to melt or remove snow and ice on steps and walkways after they have become slippery and require attention.  Salt and sand are the usual methods, and then of course there is the traditional shoveling adventure. Salt damages concrete and kills plants around it Shovels will ruin stonework At Warmup, we […]

fight-allergies
Help Control Allergy Season With Radiant Floor Heating - June 16, 2011

Fact: More than half people in the U.S. test positive to one or more allergens* and over 50% of US homes had at least six detectable allergens present¹! Over the past few years, allergies have become the 5th leading chronic disease in the U.S. among all ages, and the 3rd most common chronic disease among […]