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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 Eric Kjelshus Jul 22.
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.
Listen in on IAQ Radio to a discussion on reducing the household triggers that cause asthmaattacks and other respiratory ailments through home performance interventions,with Larry Zarker from BPI and…Continue
Started by Kirsten Richnavsky May 21.
The Standard Practice for Basic Analysis of Buildings defines the minimum criteria and specific procedures for building science-based residential energy audits and related diagnostic tests. The…Continue
Started by Kirsten Richnavsky May 20.
BPI is proud to announce that Peter Troast of Energy Circle Pro has been awarded the 2015 Tony Woods Award for Excellence in Advancing the Home Performance Industry at ACI National in New…Continue
Started by Mike Kandel May 5.
BPI's 2014 Annual Report is now available for your viewing pleasure. It details several initiatives BPI introduced in 2014 in response to a changing market that demands diverse credentialing services…Continue
Started by Mike Kandel May 4.
The Building Performance Institute's Building Science Principles (BSP) Certificate of Knowledge has been approved by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as a minimum qualifying credential for…Continue
Started by Mike Kandel. Last reply by Stan Kuhn Mar 4.