Mounting the TH115 Floor Heating Thermostat

Follow these simple mounting instructions.  Click “Read More” for details.

Installation of the TH115 Floor Heating Thermostat

Easy to install, take the time to review the installation procedure for the best results.  Always use a licensed electician.  Click “Read More” for instructions.

Can I Install a Warmup System Under Carpet Tiles?

The Warmup DCM-PRO or StickyMat system may be used under carpet tiles as long as it is embedded in latex based modified polymer self-leveling compound prior to the installation of the carpet tiles. 

How do I Mount my ETO2 Controller?

So either the installer puts a DIN rail on the wall or cabinet, or they can utilize the four mounting holes in the corners of the housing and screw it to a surface.

How do I Mount my Tempo Thermostat?

The thermostat should be installed inside a square 4”x4” back box with a single mud ring mounted horizontally (also called plaster ring).

Tire Tracks Installation: How Far Do I Space the Mats?

The proper distance to space the mats should be 5 feet on center or 3ft between mats. Please refer to the installation manual for more details regarding your snowmelt installation.

How Long Can You Extend the Lead on the Snowmelt System?

The maximum length Warmup recommends you can extend your snowmelt systems lead is 90′.

How do I test my system using a Megger (Mega-Ohmmeter)?

The megger is used as a quality control measure to test the insulation resistance to detect any fault in the heater cable jacket. Such leaks cannot be spotted with a regular ohmmeter and help spot any damage to the cable and cable jacket.

How Do You Add a Room using the MyHeating App?

There are two ways to add a Room to your account, which will serve as a way to register your 4iE thermostat to your profile.

The first way is through the profile and the second way is directly through the MyHeating App.

Can I Install the Relay-25 in the Same Electrical Box with my Thermostat?

Warmup strongly recommends that the relay is installed in a separate single gang box to avoid overheating and interference of other cables. Check with your electrician and refer to your local code for specific installation requirements.