Warmup Inslab Cable – INSLAB

The Warmup In-slab Heating Cable is designed to be placed within the cementitious slab of at least 2” (50mm) in thickness, with at least 1¹/₈” (30mm) of slab above the heating wire. Depending on the construction of the subfloor, you may need to use additional insulation with your installation.

Where do I place the sensor probe when installing in-slab cable?

The thermostats sensor probe can be installed in a number of ways and must be housed in a separate conduit from the heating systems cold tail lead. Click “Read More” for details.

Make sure that the floor probe that came with the floor heating thermostat was installed and done so properly.

It is vital that the floor heating thermostat’s floor probe was not only installed but done so the right way.  Click “Read More” for details.

Check the resistance readings of your heating wires.

A vital step during the installation phase of your floor heating system is checking the resistance of the wires.  Click “Read More” for details.

Confirm there is enough power being supplied to operate your floor heating system.

Follow these suggestions related to your power source to ensure excellent performance of your floor heating system.  Click “Read More” to learn what to do.

Is the heating system wired correctly?

Be safe and follow these important wiring reminders before troubleshooting your floor heating system.  Click “Read More” to see how.

Installation reminders for the inslab cable

We have provided helpful reminders to ensure a successful installation.  Click “Read More” for details.

Was your heating system installed directly over a concrete sub-floor?

If you installed your heating system over a concrete sub-floor and did not first install Warmup Insulation Boards, it could take over an hour for the floor to heat up since the sub-floor receives the heat first and the flooring second. In this instance you simply need to allow for more time.

Basic Installation of the Inslab Floor Heating Cable

We have outlined the steps to ensure a successful installation.  Click “Read More” for details.