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    Default introduction,new member

    I'm interested in training to become home energy auditor, is there anyone fimiliar with process?? could use all advice I can get at this time!

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    Mar 2007
    Atlanta, Georgia

    Default Re: introduction,new member

    Goggle BPI and RESNET

    "The Code is not a peak to reach but a foundation to build from."

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    It depends on what you want to do in the energy arena. If you want to do Energy Star Certifications for new houses you have to get RESNET HERS Rater certified. If you want to do energy audits and your state has no rules you can just start! (not a good idea). If you want to do combustion training RESNET's program is not yeu complete so you may want BPI. Neither BPI or RESNET training is cheap! The equipment (blower door, duct blaster, monoxor, etc) is not cheap. Themost important aspect for any ytraining you receive is the quality of the course and the instructor.

    If you have some specific question give me a call. I teach both RESNET and BPI.


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