Our BPI Accreditation
The BPI standard is the core value of intelli-home’s mission to provide the highest level of health, safety and efficiency solutions for our clients. Looking at the house as a system ensures that our customers interest will always take precedence in every healthy home evaluation. BPI standards have the most transparency as well as stringent accountability procedures in place to ensure all promises to our customers are verified and proven using scientific testing throughout the duration of our projects.
intelli-home is 1 of 10 BPI accredited companies in the state of California and the only one serving the Coachella Valley.
America’s Existing Housing Needs Help
Many of the 130 million homes in this country were constructed before energy and building codes were established. These homes often suffer from performance problems ranging from energy consumption to poor thermal comfort to indoor air quality issues.
In response to these issues, the Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) was founded in 1993. BPI has become the nation’s premier standards development and credentialing organization for residential energy auditing and upgrade work. BPI is a nonprofit organization.
Vision – BPI is the cornerstone for the residential building performance industry, making all homes energy efficient, comfortable, safe and durable.
Mission – To provide the benefits of home performance to the nation’s homeowners through best practice standards, credentials and quality assurance services for the home performance and weatherization industry.
About BPI Standards
BPI is a national standards development organization for residential energy efficiency and weatherization retrofit work. As an independent, not-for-profit organization, we bring together leading building science experts from across North America to develop our standards using a consensus-based process.
BPI functions as a vital connection between contractors, technicians, training organizations, and programs to ensure the entire home performance and weatherization workforce is following the same strict protocols.
Individuals that have been trained, tested, and certified to BPI’s nationally recognized standards use the house-as-a-system approach to improve the performance of existing homes – an approach proven to reduce homeowner annual utility bills by 20% or more. That’s why BPI standards are cited by the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as several state Weatherization Assistance Programs.