Get to know our industry sponsors
NCBPA’s Allied Partner program includes a select group of industry-leading product and service providers that sponsor our association and help member companies deliver quality and cost-effective work across the state. Get to know our Allied Partners by reading about them below. Interested in participating? Click here to learn how your company can participate in this valuable program.
The vast majority of homeowners in America suffer from serious comfort and health issues because of two major problems:
- Heating and cooling system ductwork placed in attics, the most hostile environment in the home, and
- Their attics being insulated without first being air sealed.
Attic Systems dealers identify and fix these problems the right way, delivering effective and affordable solutions to homeowners’ comfort and health concerns. Attic Systems is a great add on service offering for HVAC, roofing and pest control contractors that already have sales and service team members in attics.
For more than 30 years, Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating has innovated technologies designed to enhance your home and your life. Traditional cooling and heating options drove homeowners to choose between comfort and cost. Our advanced ductless climate control systems empower you to create your own personalized room-by-room comfort – without compromise.
Duke Energy is committed to working with our state regulators in developing energy efficiency programs that both save our customers money and improve our environment. With rebates up to $9,000, we make it easier than ever to build energy-efficient homes. Our Residential New Construction Program provides generous cash incentives to builders and developers who build new energy-efficient homes and multi-family residences in our service territory.
Pivotal Energy Solutions is committed to helping stakeholders in the energy industry enable efficiencies within their organizations through efficient data collection, storage, sharing, and analytics.
Our Axis product, a shared, cloud-hosted database solution is available TODAY to help enable efficiencies for program administrators and participants.
Since 1978, Rmax has been an innovator in building insulation solutions. Our comprehensive line of high-quality, polyiso-based products continues to deliver maximum R-values, minimum environmental impact and efficiency in installation, cost and design. And, as new building science continues to reveal opportunities to improve, Rmax remains at the forefront – manufacturing tested, engineered commercial, industrial and residential insulation solutions for enhanced energy efficiency. For the finest products, certified to perform, delivered on time and backed by the most knowledgeable people in the industry, rely on the leader: Rmax.
WaterFurnace manufactures and sells more geothermal systems for homes than anyone else in the business. Why? Because we offer a wide variety of residential geothermal products. Our dealers and installers are the most highly trained in the industry. And we are wholeheartedly committed to customer support. All that makes us the first—and smartest—choice for a residential WaterFurnace system: the system that’s “Smarter from the Ground Up.”
Geothermal energy has been used to heat and air condition buildings for several decades, and, during that time, these geothermal systems have been called many different things. Some of the more popular variations include geo-thermal, geoexchange, ground-water, ground-water assisted, ground-water-source, water-to-water, and even our company name, water furnace heating and cooling.
Retrotec is the world’s leading manufacturer of blower doors, duct testers, digital manometers, and air leakage testing software. Our equipment is trusted around the world by demanding professionals to conduct residential energy audits, large building air leakage measurements, duct leakage tests, and clean agent integrity tests.
Retrotec has now released rCloud, the most powerful automated testing platform. rCloud geolocates the test location, automatically performs blower door or duct tests to common standards and creates secure compliance reports that can be shared immediately and viewed from anywhere.
NAIMA (North American Insulation Manufacturers Association) is the recognized voice of the insulation industry, bringing together North American manufacturers of fiberglass and mineral wool insulation products.
Through the Insulation Institute, we leverage the collective insulation expertise of our organization and our members to empower homeowners and professionals to make informed insulation choices. Our mission is to enable a more comfortable, energy efficient and sustainable future through insulation—and we are constantly working with building professionals, homeowners, government agencies, and public interest, energy and environmental groups to realize that vision.
Santa Fe offers a full line of high-capacity, energy efficient free standing dehumidifiers designed for the ultimate in humidity control. Homeowners depend on our products to control moisture in basements, crawl spaces, and any other inside space that suffers from high humidity. In addition to dehumidifiers, we also supply a line of encapsulation products and monitoring solutions.
Ultra-Aire provides a full line of whole house ventilating dehumidifiers that provide effective humidity control, fresh air ventilation, and high efficiency air filtration. Installed by HVAC professionals to provide the ultimate in comfort and indoor air quality, all Ultra-Aire dehumidifiers are ENERGY STAR® rated and include superior air filtration.
At BASF, we create more than just chemicals – we create chemistry. For over 50 years, we have worked closely with industry stakeholders to enable successful sustainable construction projects. With BASF chemistry, buildings can be more durable and require fewer resources for maintenance. Chemistry also makes buildings more energy efficient, thus protecting our environment.
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For nearly 80 years, Owens Corning has been a leader in insulation, roofing, and fiberglass composites. Their global presence, with 17,000 people in 33 countries, helps Owens Corning keep a pulse on the needs of customers around the world.
The performance of many features in a home depends on which, how much, and/or what type of assets are installed. The Pearl system is designed to recognize these differences, so that highly efficient equipment and high-quality installations earn more points than lower efficiency, low-quality models. Pearl’s point system is based on building science principles with advice from leading energy efficiency industry experts. It is used in conjunction with Pearl’s administration of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® program.