The two nationally-recognized energy auditing certifications come from:
These programs are very similar -- they both cover blower door testing and home energy auditing. However, each has unique certification requirements and goals.
BPI-certified professionals use building science, combustion safety, and blower door testing to solve heating, cooling, and air leakage problems that are driving high energy costs for homeowners.
BPI Building Analyst
Become a whole-house energy auditor
BPI Infiltration & Duct Leakage
Learn to use blower door and duct blaster equipment
BPI Building Analyst & IDL Combo
This popular combination equips technicians with the whole-house knowledge and hands-on technical skills to be a home energy auditor.
BPI Building Analyst, IDL & Envelope Combo
The "triple combo" enables a technician to prepare for 3 BPI Certifications in 1 week. With added marketability, you'll be able to provide energy improvement recommendations to your clients.
BPI Healthy Home Evaluator
The BPI Healthy Home Evaluator credential builds upon the knowledge of a home energy auditor but takes environmental health and safety hazards deeper into account during the home analysis.
Visit our Course Catalog for a full listing of BPI Certification courses.
New construction homes are becoming more energy-efficient, and the HERS Rater Certification is a great way to become part of this industry and gain new business.
RESNET HERS Rater
Training & Certification
This 6-day course covers building science fundamentals, blower door & duct blaster, energy modeling, and combustion safety topics.
Includes all certification exams, all required energy ratings, and one-year membership to our QA Provider
RESNET HERS Rater
This 5-day course covers building science fundamentals, blower door & duct blaster, energy modeling, and combustion safety topics.
Includes all certification exams, does NOT include all energy ratings or QA Provider