Creating Social Impact Through Better Living Spaces

Enhabit is a mission-driven non-profit that works with homeowners and partners to create solutions for efficient, healthy, and safe living spaces. We believe this work helps create strong, thriving, and equitable communities. Enhabit is now joining forces with Community Energy Project (CEP), another leading Portland non-profit, to deliver Enhabit’s Home Energy Scoring and Home Solutions advisory services. Learn more

Home Energy Scores

Get convenient, official scoring by the trusted experts at Portland’s top score provider. Flat-fee pricing with no hidden charges applies to all house sizes. Schedule instantly online.

Home Solutions

Interested in cutting energy use or making your home earthquake-resilient? Start with a phone consultation with Community Energy Project and get connected with qualified contractors and financing.

Accessory Dwelling Units

As an answer to our housing crisis, Enhabit is focusing on developing new programs for homeowners to rent Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) house people in need of affordable housing.

Everything We Do is Backed by Our Mission

Enhabit is a 501(c)3 non-profit.

Our mission is to create social impact through better living spaces. We transform the everyday with hands-on human work. We advise and create solutions for homeowners, utilities, and local governments to create efficient, healthy, and safe living spaces. These efforts, in turn, create strong, thriving, and equitable communities.

We’re here to make a difference in the lives around us. Let us help you make a difference in yours.

Oregon CCB #214106

25,000 Homeowners Helped Since 2009


We help communities minimize wasted energy and costs.

10 high-performing homes means another 3 houses can be powered from the savings gained.


We connect homeowners to financing options that help fuel the economy.

1000+  workers have earned a paycheck working on an Enhabit project.


We provide jobs and training for women, people of color and veterans, which in turn promotes equity and increased access to opportunity.

55% of hours are worked by women and people of color.