I am looking for a little input on what floor covering to get for our hydronic floor. Brand new house and have a gyp-crete floor with in-floor heating pipes. We selected a processed wood product from Mohawk that promptly (some even before install) warped and curved. It's called a floating floor but isn't the way it should be. We have spots in our floor that are elevated an inch or two - clearly a defect but Mohawk says they will not cover it. Seller/installer of the floor will cover it as it is clearly not right and you bounce when you walk around. So... they will not install this type of product again - the floating floor so I am not sure I can trust them to advise on the next/best type of flooring to replace it. Any suggestions and why? Room space is about 30 x 23 if that makes a difference.