StickyMat System

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An electric underfloor heating mat and cable system with pressure sensitive adhesive for the fastest installation. Features an ultra-thin 1.8mm wire that does not raise floor levels. The StickyMat System is ideal for installations within regularly shaped areas, where the 0.5m wide mats can be quickly rolled out across the floor in parallel runs.



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How to test my underfloor heating?


To test your underfloor heating you will need a multi-meter with a range from 0-20K ohms for testing. The resistance of each heater should be tested to establish if you have a circuit. You should carry out the following tests and should expect the results below: Live to Neutral – should give you the ohms […]

Where should I place the floor sensor?


The floor sensor should be placed centre of two wire runs at least 300mm into the heated area. It is important that the floor sensor is fitted in the correct location in order to read an accurate floor temperature. The floor senor must not be placed to close to the heating element or cross over […]

What if I damage the StickyMat Heater during / after installation?


If the heater is damaged during installation there are number of options available: 1) Safety Net Warranty If the heater is damaged during installation you can return the heater to Warmup and we will replace the heater free of charge for the same size model. (The warranty covers one heater per household/installer, please see full […]

Can more than one StickyMat Heater be controlled by the same thermostat?


Yes, but all heaters being controlled by thermostat must be installed within the same room/zone. Each thermostat can control up to 16 amps of heating. A maximum of two heaters can be wired directly into the back of the thermostat, when installing more than two heaters connections should be made via a junction box. If […]

Can I use the StickyMat System with floor coverings other than tiles?


The StickyMat range is specifically designed for use under tiles but it is possible to use the system with other floor coverings. For this type of application the Stickymat will need to be covered with a 10mm self-levelling compound before applying the finished floor. It is important to check with the flooring manufacturer that the […]

Do I choose cable or mat electric floor heating systems?


This page explains the difference of the mat and loose cable options but ultimately either the cable or mat option will give you the design freedom you are looking for.

Can I connect one Warmup heater to another in series?


Connecting one system to the other in series is often referred to as “daisy chaining”. Each floor heating system must be connected individually to the operating floor heating thermostat.

Can I cut my floor heating mat if it’s too large?


Instead, try pulling the cable off the mesh and spacing the cable every 2 or 2.5 inches apart. Consult your installation manual with further questions regarding where the cable or mat can be run.

How to install a floor heating mat around a drain in a shower.


While you must NEVER cut the wire, the mat system is designed to allow you to separate the wire from the mesh. The unusable mesh can be cut away from the mat. Now that you have freed the wire, you can install the wire around the area using hot-glue or tape to secure the cable away from any drains or screw-mounts.

Electric Floor Heating Mat Installation Video


Warmup electric floor heating mats are designed to make installation easy. Take a peek at our brief installation video to see for yourself.  Click here to view it.

Why does my thermostat trip when I switch on my Underfloor heating ?


The thermostat tripping at the same temperature point could indicate that your system was cut during the time of installation. Click “Read More” for details.