Warmup, a Danbury, Conn.-based electric and hydronic underfloor heating solution manufacturer, is offering a continuing education unit course on how electric underfloor heating works. The course will offer guidance on how to select and design a system for commercial and residential projects.

The course ― entitled Design Flexibility and Efficient Thermal Comfort with Electric Underfloor Heating ― was tailored for specifying engineers, designers and architects and will highlight how the technology can be a primary heat source in a room or an entire facility.

“Education is essential for our category” said Warmup Territory Director Regis Verliefde. “It is easy to convince consumers of the luxury of bathroom floor heat, but it is another matter to help the specifying community design an entire space with heated floors as a primary heat source. It is our specialty and we look forward to connect with architects and designers through AEC Daily.”

Warmup’s course provides CEU credits with the AIA, NKPA, NARI, NAHB and IDCEC. It also qualifies as a green course under the USGBC program.