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Technical Blog Post: Installing Air Sealing and Insulation in Attics

Jason Scheurer of BEST-Techs Contracting in Orange County, CA, BPI Building Analyst with four other BPI certifications, contributed this we…

Started by Quinn Korzeniecki

0 Sep 28

Earn 2 BPI CEUs by Blogging for BPI

As part of BPI's ongoing efforts to educate homeowners on the value of home performance and working with a BPI Certified Professional, we h…

Started by Quinn Korzeniecki

0 Jun 19

Heroic Homeowner: New Windows Not Always the “Sexiest” Way to Make Your Home Efficient

All too often, homeowners believe that the key to making their home more energy efficient and comfortable is to replace their windows. Whil…

Started by Quinn Korzeniecki

0 Dec 21, 2015

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Psychrometric Chart Training

Looking through the various areas of this site, I didn't see too much information or training on…See More
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Core Heat And Other Concepts

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Michael Duclos replied to Brad Cook's discussion Too many Heat Pump Water Heaters in a basement?
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David Butler replied to Brad Cook's discussion Too many Heat Pump Water Heaters in a basement?
"theoretically, let's say you perfectly isolate the HPWH from a heat source. The HPWH's…"
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David Butler replied to David Butler's discussion How would you insulate this roof?
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