BPI's Residential Building Envelope Whole House Air Leakage Control Installer

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BPI's Residential Building Envelope Whole House Air Leakage Control Installer

Time: January 11, 2011 to January 14, 2011
Location: Green Fiber
City/Town: Charlotte
Website or Map: http://www.buildingperformanc…
Phone: 828-265-4888
Event Type: bpi, rbe-whalc, training
Organized By: Scott Suddreth
Latest Activity: Dec 28, 2010

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This is the entry point into the BPI world for those folks who do not have lots of experience or who have trouble with digital tests and combustion tests. This class is hands-on and teaches the basics.

If you would like to learn to implement measures to tighten the building envelope, in order to both reduce energy loss from air leakage and to block the introduction of pollutants and allergens through air migration, the Residential Building Envelope Whole House Air Leakage Control Installer is for you. This course will also prepare you to improve thermal comfort and energy efficiency through the proper installation of dense-pack insulation materials. If you successfully complete the testing at the end of this training, you will earn BPI's Residential Building Envelope Whole House Air Leakage Control (WH-ALC) Installer certification.

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.

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