From remote locations to the center of the Big Apple, Warmup is proud to be a part of more than 2 million projects worldwide. Our collection of case studies showcases projects that benefit from our unique products and their capabilities.
In 2012 Hurricane Sandy hit and caused $70 billion in damage. Learn more about how one homeowner re-built with this in mind.
As a lifelong dream, homeowners Janis and Mike took on a custom home build project on the property that previously served as their vacation cottage.
If you thought that treehouses were just for kids, think again! Learn more about how one couple built a 4-Season retreat among the trees.
While living tiny is not for everyone, Mario and Ciarra wouldn’t trade it for anything because for them, having fewer belongings means seeing more of the world, even the coldest places!
Read how our customer added comfort, style, and entertainment to his cold basement, with our Foil Heating System and 4iE Smart WiFi Thermostat under the carpet.
Marti and Guy Fisher recently took on a heated island in their partial kitchen remodel at their home in Holland, Michigan. With the help of the team at Duca Granite and Tile they were able to upgrade their space without a full demolition – the best of both worlds!
After 32 years of use and Portland weather damage, Tim and Fran decided that it was time for a new driveway. Easy project? Think again. The couple’s 75ft driveway was not only disintegrating, but it also presented a steep slope to the road. As a couple in their 70’s, they wanted a solution that was not only beautiful but safe and maintenance-free.
The Winklers bought a ski-in-ski-out condo in Steamboat Springs, to use as a family retreat and occasional rental. The building was outdated and in need of renovating when the Winkler’s purchased it. Furthermore, being in the mountains and regularly exposed to snow, the Winkler’s needed a heating system that was responsive, efficient and mobile.
Providing an electric underfloor heating system for over 7 floors of high-end luxury bathrooms for each apartment.
Jane and Brad Porter love what the New England area has to offer them in the Winter season but the exterior of their home does not. After years of living in Massachusetts and owning their home, they realized that water damage was starting to take a real toll on their roof and even on some walls. Read on to see what they decided to do.
The upmarket residential houses in, Lafayette, Louisiana were designed around the lifestyles of their residents. Customized design solutions and flexibility in terms of decoration were key in this new development project.
The 2019 Southeastern Show House was designed by Logan Design Group and built by Southern Gentry Homes. It is a truly gorgeous project that Warmup is proud to be a part of.
Discover how Warmup provided an electric underfloor heating solution for over 70 floors of high-end bathrooms, for each apartment of this luxurious condo.
ALDI locations in Schererville, Michigan City and Valparaiso, IN installed 1,600 sqft each of Warmup’s Electric Snow Melting Mats under their loading docks.
Chelsea Piers makes a point to enhance their members’ experience, as state-of-the-art health clubs compete to attract new members and retain existing ones. Here is how Warmup’s unique engineering made this project possible.
Providing an efficient heat source as well as a luxury feel in bathrooms for four separate buildings at an affordable price.
Warmup installed a full snow melting system (snow melting mats and controllers with sensors) to melt the snow on the front and back entrances of their corporate headquarters in Ft. Wayne, IN (over 2000 s/f).
Providing a solution to offset heat loss created by window areas and perimeter walls whilst also supplying a floor heating system to be installed throughout the main lobby.
Coldwater, MI averages 50″ of snow each year but thanks to snow melting mats at the Walmart Distribution Center you will fail to find any accumulation.
Pickering House Inn is an incredibly renovated historic Inn. Drawing from traveling experiences of their own, owners Peter and Patty have transformed the 1813 building into a spacious 10-guest room, luxury Inn, where guests can enjoy beautiful common areas, outdoor patios and porches.