The Building Performance Institute (BPI) is a nationally recognized certification, accreditation, and quality assurance body for home performance contractors. Focusing on the house as a system approach, BPI emphasizes the interdependence of building systems as they relate to energy consumption. BPI Building Analyst certification is the nation's most widely recognized energy auditor certification. Get your BPI certification TODAY to be eligible for millions of dollars in state and national incentive programs!
BPI training is meant for those who currently work hands-on in the construction and/or remodeling industries. Contractors, Inspectors, Mechanical Engineers, HVAC Technicians, Builders, and Architects stand to benefit from attaining the BPI certification.
BPI training is perfect for anyone looking to break into the green workforce in the shortest possible amount of time. Our accelerated 5-day BPI certification program is the ideal workshop series for any individual, regardless of previous experience, to get themselves trained and certified in the high-demand energy auditing field. Invest in yourself today and get BPI certified!
What most contractors and homeowners don't realize is that of the 128 million homes in America, many were constructed before modern building codes were in place. Without proper guidelines for designing, building, and maintaining residences, the current condition of American homes is one of the main reasons for unnecessary fossil fuel consumption. Our homes are responsible for more than 20% of the GHG (greenhouse gas emissions) in the country and this number only goes higher as the quality of homes further worsens as they get older. Unfortunately, most contractors are not prepared to identify the correct issues to provide useful solutions to the most common issues that lead to excessive energy-consuming homes.
BPI certification will give you the tools to analyze and correct any deficient features in older (and even modern!) residences. Professionals with BPI certification are currently in HUGE demand since so many local and regional government entities now require a BPI credential to be eligible for weatherization and energy audit-related tax credits.
You can complete your BPI energy auditor training and testing in just 5 short days, and your new skills can be applied to multiple areas including weatherization, energy auditing, insulation, HVAC, residential construction, home inspections, and air quality analysis / abatement. Adding these to your business make BPI Building Analyst an extremely desirable certification to attain.
Becoming a certified BPI Building Analyst can bring you new business and help you retain existing clients. By using building science technology to help customers solve heating, cooling and air leakage problems that are the culprit behind high energy costs, you'll also provide your clients with much more comfortable, safe, and durable homes.