Calling all HVAC contractors!

BPI is working with NATE and NORA to expand accreditation options for HVAC contracting companies. BPI has established eligibility criteria for HVAC companies to achieve BPI Accredited Contractor status that draws upon the independent certification program administered by North American Technician Excellence (NATE) or the National Oilheat Research Alliance's (NORA's) training and independent certification program.

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  • Sounds great, Thanks for the info by the way :)

  • really a essential thing, welcoming the task. Improving HVAC quality and safety makes the most respected

  • Good job on this BPI.  NATE is one of the most respected bodies in all the trades.  

    JJ
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