The HVAC Program was created to promote the health, safety, and welfare of Idaho’s citizens through effective administration of the laws and rules governing the installation and operation of Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning systems and by ensuring that those who perform installation and/or service work involving such equipment are properly trained and licensed.
Forms & Applications
Program Manager Bulletins
- Grease Duct Light Test Informational Bulletin
- Grease Duct Light Test Report Form
- Type I Hood Inspection Types Handout
- Plastic Vent Testing Template
- Plastic Flue Pipe Pressure Test Requirements for UL 1738 Listed Pipe
- Building Code Board – Energy Code – Duct Insulation Temporary Rule Amendment
- DOPL – Public Hearing – Townhall Listening Sessions
Manual S, J, & D Information
- Manual S, J, & D Procedures and Requirements
- What information is required for Manual S, J & D review?
- What will the Inspector verify at the time of HVAC Inspections?
- Approved Software Programs
- Don’t have the Approved Software, click here to use a Speed-Sheet
- Outdoor Design Conditions Table
Public Listening Sessions Transcripts
Continuing Education Requirements (CEU) for HVAC Apprentices
Individuals holding an HVAC Apprentice registration with an expiration date of 1/31/2022 or after, shall provide proof of completion of one year HVAC Apprenticeship school accomplished during their registration cycle OR show proof of enrollment for the upcoming school year in order to renew for another year. If proof of school completion or enrollment cannot be provided, Apprentices may submit 8 hours of HVAC continuing education credits to renew their registration.
- Are you an Apprentice and want to register for CEUs? Click here https://cebroker.com/id/plans
- Become a Provider and submit your courses, click here to learn more https://sites.google.com/cebroker.com/id-hvac-provider-info/home
- HVAC Educational Providers
2018 Mechanical Codes – Significant Changes
The State of Idaho has adopted the 2018 International Mechanical Code, 2018 International Fuel Gas Code, and Parts V & VI of the 2018 International Residential Code. An electronic copy of the 2018 codes can be found under the “Links” section on this page. With the 2018 code adoption from the 2012 versions, the following significant code changes are available for review:
HVAC Proposed Rule Changes
DOPL is currently accepting any feedback and comments applicable to the proposed rules changes. Please submit all comments to the HVAC Program Manager – Michael Hyde at Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org prior to December 8th 2021. At which time the Idaho HVAC Board will vote to approve the proposed rule to a pending status. Click here to view the HVAC proposed rule changes.