Hello everyone,

I just joined this site to get the word out that our company, 7 Oaks Home Inspections, LLC through sister company 7 Oaks Energy Savers,  will be looking for 4 BPI certified individuals to work in Kentucky. We are looking for people who have experience in the field and have their own equipment.

You will be doing an average of 2-3 jobs a day per team of 2. Blower door tests, refrigerator energy consumption, gas leak testing experience needed. You will be educating customers on the top energy saving finds you discover. You will also be installing (if needed)  CFL bulbs, low-flow shower heads, minor air sealing and duct sealing, and Smart Strip power strips. This is a comprehensive test with minor energy modifications.

Please email me your resume if you would like to be considered. This is basically in the upper 1/2 of Kentucky. Pass the word along if you think of someone in the area who is a true BPI professional!

Check out our website http://www.7oaksinspection.com/ for more info about us.

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Hello Hope,

I'm from Kentucky and have many FB friends living there.  I'll post this as an update and hope (no pun intended) you'll get some hits.  In addition to the usual health and comfort goals, there is a LOT of energy to be saved in KY homes, and saving it is all the more imperative because 91% of their electricity is coal derived.  

Good luck!

chris 

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