The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) is proud to announce it has been selected by the Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) as one of the exclusive partners helping to develop a new resource for consumers seeking trustworthy information on home improvement topics. BPI will provide expertise and content on home performance energy upgrades and the value of BPI credentials.

“BPI accredited companies and certified professionals are dedicated to helping every homeowner improve the comfort, safety and energy efficiency of their home through whole house energy audits and retrofits,” said BPI CEO Larry Zarker. “We’re honored that the Better Business Bureau has recognized the value that BPI brings to this new project.”

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