BPI Infiltration and Duct Leakage Certification

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The BPI IDL Certification fills a void in new home construction by ensuring that homes are built properly from the start, with energy efficiency in mind.

In addition, building codes across the country are starting to require blower door and duct leakage testing from a third-party certified professional. The BPI IDL Certification will satisfy these code requirements.

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Our BPI training classes include everything that you need to get certified. We're here to help you improve your career and expand your business opportunities. Start your BPI IDL course today!

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Take THIS COURSE if...

...you want to get certified in blower door and duct testing!

The BPI IDL Certification prepares you to comply with mandatory state buildings codes that require blower door and duct leakage testing from a certified third party.

We will teach you everything you need to know to successfully set up and operate this equipment. With the field certification exam included, this course is expertly packaged to help you earn a blower door certification and expand your business offerings immediately!

How to Get BPI Certified

2) Pass a Field Exam

Prerequisites:
• There are no prerequisites. Begin training today!

Who Should Take This Course?
This course is ideal for:
• Home Energy Professionals

• Those looking to add blower door testing to their business!

Everblue offers 2 options for completing your certification. Both options include identical training and all exam fees, so choose whichever format is right for you based on your learning style, schedule, and location.

After registration, you will be able to immediately access the online training using the unique username and password emailed to you.

Option 1:  Blended Training

•  Online learning followed by in-person training & exam.

•  Everblue provides all testing equipment.

•  Registration fee includes training and testing.

•  Get certified for $949.

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Option 2:  Online Training

•  100% online! Follow along with your equipment and record your exam from home!

•  Student uses their personal (or borrowed) equipment.

•  Registration fee includes training and testing.

•  Get certified for $949.

•  How It Works

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During this course, you will learn about:

• Construction Math

• Airflow

• Blower Door & Pressure Diagnostics

• Tightness Verification

• Duct Testing

• Duct Tightness Verification

To help you prepare for your certification exams, we provide 6 months access to our secure online learning portal, where you'll find the following materials:

• 2 hours of online training presentations

• Field training videos

• BPI study guide

• BPI field exam checklist

• Blower door operations manual

• Duct blaster operations manual

• Support from our Award-Winning Instructors & Staff
 

BONUS! Our students receive exclusive discounts from the major energy auditing equipment manufacturers: 14% discount from Retrotec, 12.5% discount from Energy Conservatory, and 8% discount from TruTech Tools

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FL - Daytona Beach
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MA - Boston
MD - Baltimore
NC - Charlotte
OR - Portland
PA - Pittsburgh
TX - Dallas
UT - Salt Lake City

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Everblue’s BPI Infiltration & Duct Leakage program includes everything you need to get certified – all in one package.

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Payment Options

We're pleased to accept multiple forms of payment for our courses. Please note that the 6-month user access begins only when course payment is made in full (with the exception of Affirm financing). This means that those who choose to pay by check or payment plan will have a deferred enrollment until their orders are paid in full.

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Questions?  Call us at 877-754-9194

Due to overlapping requirements of popular certifications, we have created combination courses where individuals can earn one, two, or three BPI certifications at once.

Potential BPI Certifications:

•  BA = Building Analyst
•  ENV = Envelope
•  IDL = Infiltration & Duct Leakage

Combo Options

  Core Competencies

BPI IDL

BA + IDL

All 3 Certs

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  Carbon Monoxide

 

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  Combustion Safety

 

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  Energy Modeling

 

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  Work Scope

 

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  Duct Leakage

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  Thermal Comfort

 

 

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  Zone Testing

 

 

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  Quality Assurance

 

 

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5 star review"Everybody enjoyed training, and pre-course work helped greatly! We appreciate the effectiveness, quickness of the BPI Infiltration & Duct Leakage course. Thank you for all the help you have provided us!" - Nadia Loza

5 star review"Colleen went above and beyond to make sure that all our questions were asked and that we were confident and ready for the test." - Nathan Capps
 

Have Questions? Leave a Comment Below!

Blower Door Cert

Submitted by David Roberts (not verified)
Posted on Thu, 2018-08-23 14:01.

I would like to know more about how to get certified and the benefits of a certification

re: Blower Door Cert

Submitted by Lesley@Everblue3
Posted on Tue, 2018-08-28 11:51.

The blower door certification is called BPI Infiltration & Duct Leakage (BPI IDL, for short). To get certified, you simply have to pass a hands-on field exam, which is administered by an approved BPI Test Center. Everblue is, in fact, an approved BPI Test Center, and we have built the cost & timing of the proctored exam into our BPI IDL course, so there are no extra steps after class. For the exam, you will be given 1.5 hours to demonstrate proficiency with the blower door and duct blaster equipment.

You may have noticed on our website that we offer this training in 2 formats:

  • Blended – meaning that you follow along with online training modules and then appear in person for the hands-on equipment training and proctored exam. We offer this option in several locations across the country.
  • 100% Online – in which you follow along with all online training modules using equipment that you’ve borrowed, rented, or purchased. When you’re ready to take the exam, you will contact us to schedule the testing appointment, and we will “remotely proctor” the exam. Remotely proctoring the exam means that we will use video streaming software, such as Skype or FaceTime, to supervise the completion of your exam from the venue of your choosing.

If you’re interested, our students receive a 14% discount on blower door and duct testing equipment from Retrotec, a 12.5% discount from The Energy Conservatory, and an 8% discount from TruTech Tools.

Many professionals seek the BPI IDL Certification as a means of complying with their local building code. If your state has adopted the 2009, 2012, 2015, or 2018 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), then there is a requirement to have a third-party certified professional perform blower door and duct leakage testing on all new construction homes in the area. Because of this requirement, there is demand in the construction industry for certified blower door testers. With this certification, you will be eligible for this type of work, thereby expanding your business services and gaining new clients.

When you’re ready, you can register on our website here or by calling us at 800-460-2575. We accept all major credit cards, check payments, PayPal, and financing through Affirm.

Thank you again for your question. I have also emailed this response to you so you have it. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I’m happy to help!

Where is the test given?

Submitted by Gary Johnson (not verified)
Posted on Wed, 2018-08-08 19:04.

Where is the test given?

re: Where is the test given?

Submitted by Lesley@Everblue3
Posted on Thu, 2018-08-09 09:25.

Hi Gary! Thanks for your question. The BPI IDL field exam is administered at the end of the course. How it's administered depends on whether you choose Blended or Online training.

If you choose Blended, the field exam will be administered on the second day of the BPI IDL class at our on-site location. We hold the training at a private residence, thus we don't publicly advertise the address (in order to protect our homeowner). We do, however, share the address with enrolled participants one week before class. It appears as though you live close to Tampa, where we offer this training. Our next BPI IDL course in Tampa will be Aug. 23-24, so the field exam will be offered at the private residence in Tampa, FL 33601 on Aug. 24.

If you choose the 100% online version of this course, you will want to complete the online coursework prior to attempting your BPI IDL field exam. Because this version is completely online, you will be responsible for securing the equipment (blower door, duct blaster, manometer) either by buying, borrowing, or renting. You will also need to find a house with a ducted system and access to furnace or central return - it can be your house if your house meets this criteria. You will determine the best date and time for your field exam by coordinating with our BPI Program Manager, who will remotely proctor the completion of your exam. In other words, he will proctor your exam using video streaming equipment so he can watch you in real time.

Please note that WE provide all equipment and a house when you choose the Blended format of this course. If you have any further questions about the BPI IDL schedule or exam, please call us at 877-798-3652 or email info@everbluetraining.com. Thanks!

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