Residential Heat Load Analyst

Determining the proper heating and cooling load for a structure is amongst one of the most important processes that can be completed by a technician or contactor when installing a new heating and air system. A system that is too large or small can greatly impact not only the building occupant’s comfort and health but also the energy consumption of the structure and equipment life.

Training PowerPoint

The program consists of one of the most detailed PowerPoint presentations ever created. At nearly 500 slides, complete with speaker's notes, this is an essential component for anyone involved in training HVAC technicians.

This program simplifies the task of teaching students/technicians Residential Heat Load Calculations. The four main areas covered are: introduction to building heat transfer, building envelope analysis, windows and doors, heat gain and loss calculations.

Click here for complete details.


The 100-question Residential Heat Load Analyst certification measures one's ability to properly determine the heating and cooling load of a structure, ensuring optimal system performance, less energy consumption, longer equipment life, and greater customer satisfaction.

Proctors and Institutions

Proctors and Institutions can call or login to obtain their educational discount price.

Proctor Login

Contact Us

For a test site near you, call

Alaska and Hawaii call
877-394-5275 toll free.