BPI Heating Professional for Building Analysts

Event Details

BPI Heating Professional for Building Analysts

Time: February 1, 2011 to February 4, 2011
Location: Abingdon, VA
City/Town: Abingdon, VA
Website or Map: http://www.buildingperformanc…
Phone: 828-265-4888
Event Type: bpi, heating, professional
Organized By: Scott Suddreth
Latest Activity: Dec 28, 2010

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

The BPI Heating Professional class will teach the existing BPI BA how to perform the additional tests necessary for the Heating Professional. This is a three day class that includes two classroom/prop days and a full field day to really get your hands on the process! New skills include: (Duct blaster, temperature rise test, measuring fan flow, Fan on, Fan off, High Limit Switches, and more)


Whether you prefer to diagnose the problems, install the weatherization, or oversee the improvements, earning nationally recognized training helps prove your qualifications and gives you a marketing advantage over your competitors. We invite you to train with Building Performance Engineering, Inc. in our beautiful mountain town. Our combined training experience of over 40 years and our students' pass rate of 92% are proof that we are the authority on building science training.


Comment Wall


RSVP for BPI Heating Professional for Building Analysts to add comments!

Join Home Energy Pros

Attending (1)


  • Add Videos
  • View All


Latest Activity

Benny hani replied to Benny hani's discussion Manual J online
"Thanks Bob"
18 hours ago
Benny hani replied to Benny hani's discussion Manual J online
"Thank you Isaac"
18 hours ago
Bob Blanchette commented on Amber Vignieri's blog post Even with Polar Vortex, Hourly Pricing Participants Saved
"Looks like the days of paying a fixed amount per KWh are rapidly coming to an end. Many utilities…"
20 hours ago
Bob Blanchette replied to Benny hani's discussion Manual J online
"Be sure the size that you ACCURATELY calculate actually gets installed. Often…"
20 hours ago
Bob Blanchette replied to Sean Lintow Sr's discussion Water Saver or Gimmick? in the group Best Practices (Residential)
"The problem is these devices NEVER pay for themselves. Water is cheap, about $3 per 1,000 gallons…"
20 hours ago
Bud Poll replied to Rob Madden's discussion Blower Door Testing on Energy Star v3 home
"Where was the blower set up, front door, other?  Was if located in an unobstructed area, not a…"
David N. Armington liked John Poole's discussion Two Part Epoxy and Repair of Structural Wood
David N. Armington joined John Poole's group

Historic Home

Historic and vintage homes are significant to our cultural heritage, yet often lack energy…See More

© 2016   Created by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service