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Building Performance Group

PO Box 19818
Louisville, KY 40259


Service area: 80 miles


We provide HERS ratings for new and existing homes, as well as BPI Energy Audits, thermal imaging, LEED for Homes field verifications, blower-door diagnostics, moisture detection and origin analysis, duct leakage testing, worst-case draft testing, combustion analysis, etc


We have performed HERS ratings on over 100 Energy Star qualified homes in Indiana and Kentucky, done field verification and testing on a sampling of 48 LEED Homes on Ft. Knox military base in Kentucky, and are currently gearing up to participate in the upcoming launch of the KY Home Performance with Energy Star program where we will perform BPI-approved energy audits on existing homes throughout the state.


Owner Eric George currently holds certifications as a RESNET-Certified HERS Rater, BPI Building Analyst Professional, and Level 1 Infrared Thermographer through Snell Infrared. Past certifications include IICRC FIre & Water Damage Restoration Technician and BPI Building Technician. Eric was originally trained in building science through INCAA in Indianapolis, Indiana and completed dozens of BPI - approved courses ranging from Residential Energy Auditing to Applying Pressure Differentials, Mold Identification & Awareness, Worst-case Draft Testing, Whole House Heatload Calculations, Infrared Thermography, 80% & 90% Furnaces, etc.

In the United States, buildings use one third of all energy consumed and two thirds of all electricity. Additionally, they are a major source of the pollution that causes urban air quality problems and pollutants that contribute to climate change. Buildings account for 49 percent of sulfur dioxide emissions, 25 percent of nitrous oxide emissions, and 10 percent of particulate emissions.

It is our goal to help reduce this energy consumption and excessive pollution by locating the areas in buildings that create these problems through diagnostic testing and analysis.

It is also our goal to help homeowners, builders, architects, and others understand how to effectively construct new buildings and remodel older ones that are energy-efficient, healthy, durable, with as minimal impact on the environment as possible.