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Golf Outing with Our Friends at Carroll Carpet One - September 17, 2014 by Dave Mckiever

 

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What could be better than enjoying a beautiful day that included mouthwatering steak and chicken meals with great drinks at the well-known Greasewood Flats Ranch in Carroll, IA?  Kicking off the day with a golf outing sponsored by our friends at Carroll Carpet One!  Warmup USA’s own CEO, Regis Verliefde, along with one of our regional sales managers, Keith Knorps, had the opportunity to team up with the owner of JP Flooring and show off their skills.  Thanks again to Todd and Randy Bierl, the owners of Carroll Carpet One for the great golf and food!

In the market for floor coverings?  Visit Carroll Carpet One by clicking here.

If you have questions regarding how to match the best under floor heating with a particular floor surface?  Feel free to visit us at www.warmup.com or speak with one of our knowledgeable staff by calling 1-888-927-6333.

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    You’ve heard it before: a picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes, it’s a thousand dollars… A great trick from the Pro’s: Whether you’ve done your own layout, got one from your reseller or even the manufacturer, plans change. The blueprint never really matches the reality of the remodel, and one of the […]

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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 […]

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Why In Floor Heating Insulation Boards from Warmup are a great investment. Consumers are actively encouraged to insulate their homes as this leads to energy savings. While not always ‘required’, insulating is almost always ‘better’. That is why Warmup, the only Primary Heating Radiant Electric supplier is actively promoting and delivering insulation boards on many […]

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 […]

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