Fri Jul 19, 2019
Fri Jan 18, 2019BPI Accepting Applications for Subject Matter Experts to Assist in Updating BPI’s Building Analyst and Envelope Professional Certifications
Applicants should their applications electronically by February 1st, 2019.
Mon Jan 7, 2019
Applicants should their applications electronically by February 11th, 2019.
BPI's June 2019 edition of its newsletter includes tips and information on keeping your business and yourself safe from hackers, an electrical engineer explains how your connected technology connects, BPI and industry news and more.
BPI's March 2019 edition of its newsletter includes: A Spero update; information on receiving a free subscription to Healthy Indoors Magazine; a link to an article on a pilot program that improves the quality of life for asthma and COPD patients; the Blue Collar to Green Collar Jobs Act; links to national energy efficiency jobs; the resolution to the last Stump the Chump; and more.
BPI's Fall edition of its newsletter includes how internet searching works; information on the Jon Siemen scholarship and on the BPI Perks program; links to the E4 webinar on national energy efficiency jobs; a product spotlight on the Retrotec DM32 WiFi Digital Pressure Gauge; a new Stump the Chump; and more.
Tuesday, August 20, 20193PM EDT/12PM PDT
Happiness, well-being and flourishing are words that we use to describe what we want for our children. The same words apply to what we want for our companies or weatherization agencies. We need no less than three elements to accomplish our dream; Profit, Passion and Purpose.
Tuesday, September 10, 20193PM EDT/12PM PDT
Step 7: Inform Your Prospective Clients about How to Choose a Contractor. Step 8: What Information Does the Prospect Need to Make a Decision?: We may habitually share the wrong information with the homeowner without realizing it.
Tuesday, September 24, 20193PM EDT/12PM PDT
No matter the size of your company, every owner and/or manager has a bit of a twinge in their stomach when it comes to raising their hourly rates for service and/or installation projects. However, the reality is that rates MUST go up as the cost of doing business increases.