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Good news out of the U.S. Department of Energy today: a new report on the Better Buildings Neighborhood Program shows that, on average, participating single family residential homes saved 15% of…Continue
Started by Quinn Korzeniecki Sep 24.
The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) has partnered with the International Code Council (ICC) to offer a co-branded version of its popular Building Science Principles (BSP) Reference…Continue
Started by Quinn Korzeniecki Sep 23.
***For the October edition only we will be featuring your best (worst?) "home performance horror shots and stories." Send us your images of home performance work that you've witnessed, gone terribly…Continue
Started by Quinn Korzeniecki. Last reply by Eric Kjelshus Sep 19.
Started by Quinn Korzeniecki. Last reply by Quinn Korzeniecki Sep 14.
Big news out of The White House last week for the clean energy housing sector: HUD and DOE have partnered to make financing a mortgage even easier through DOE’s Home Energy Score!Homebuyers who…Continue
Started by Quinn Korzeniecki Aug 31.
This month's mysterious stumper comes from Gregory Plet, BPI certified pro from Northeast Energy Conservation, Inc in Fairfield, New Jersey.Greg writes that one Friday he was doing a routine service…Continue
Started by Kirsten Richnavsky. Last reply by Quinn Korzeniecki Aug 17.
Check out this FREE webinar BPI is hosting on OSHA's Confined Spaces Rule Impacts Home Performance Workers on July 14th at 3PM EST. OSHA has developed a new rule to protect workers in confined…Continue
Started by Kirsten Richnavsky Jul 7.
OSHA’s new rule designed to protect workers in confined spaces takes effect on August 3rd, 2015. Routine tasks like installing spray-foam insulation in attics or installing plumbing in a crawlspace…Continue
Started by Kirsten Richnavsky Jun 19.