By achieving the AC and Heat Pump certification, you will prove that you understand the role of refrigerant-based mechanical systems and their interaction with other building systems.
Verify your ability to tighten the building envelope, reduce energy loss from air leakage, and improve indoor air quality by reducing pollutants and allergens. Air Leakage Control Installers improve thermal comfort and energy efficiency through the proper installation of dense-pack insulation materials.
Learn how to perform comprehensive, whole-home assessments, identify problems at their root cause, and prescribe and prioritize solutions based on building science. The Building Analyst certification verifies your knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to conduct comprehensive building performance audits, including assessing whole-building ventilation, measuring airflow, combustion safety, and testing/data collection.
This certification demonstrates advanced competency through rigorous online and field exams, and work experience prerequisites. By obtaining the Crew Leader certification, you prove that you have the ability to ensure the quality, and supervision, of the installation and performance of prescribed energy efficiency upgrades, as laid out in a scope of work.
Learn how to optimize the installation, operation, and maintenance of heating equipment in relation to other building systems for up to four residential units.
A Healthy Home Evaluator assesses home-based environmental health and safety hazards, and provides a prioritized list of recommendations to address those hazards. The HHE certification builds on the BPI Building Analyst, Multifamily Building Analyst, Energy Auditor, or Quality Control Inspector certifications.
Earning the IDL is a simple, comprehensive, and affordable way to gain the skills needed to offer duct leakage and blower door tests. This certification provides support and opportunities for contractors and builders to meet IECC energy codes for new home construction or existing home remodels.
Learn how to conduct energy audits and perform overall evaluations of multifamily buildings. These professionals examine the relationship between the building’s various systems and gauge their effect on occupant health, safety, and comfort as well as on the building’s energy efficiency.
This certification helps building operators, property managers, and other building professionals demonstrate their understanding of multifamily building science operations. Professionals use building science principles to apply operations and maintenance strategies to improve efficiency, and help building owners and occupants save money and improve comfort.
Prove that you can verify the compliance of retrofit work performed based on work plans and standards, conduct audits and inspections using diagnostic equipment, and develop reports that specify corrective actions to achieve whole-house performance
Learn how to properly install residential envelope air sealing, HVAC duct sealing, insulation, windows and doors, mechanical ventilation, and roofing upgrades in single family homes and small multifamily housing.