Ready for a More Comfortable Home That Works Better?

Our experienced home advisors make your next home upgrade easy. They’ll help you navigate options, learn your Home Energy Score, get bids from qualified contractors, find the best financing and rebates, and partner with you every step of the way to ensure the job’s done right. As a non-profit, you can count on our advice to always be unbiased. Enhabit is your ticket to a better home, without the stress.

(855) 870-0049
MON-FRI 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Get Your Home Energy Score

All Portland homes listed for sale must have a Home Energy Score. Schedule your home score assessment with Enhabit for $159 now.


Free Consult with a Home Advisor

As a non-profit, Enhabit’s Home Advisors offer an objective, unbiased approach to making your home work the best that it can. They’ve worked with thousands of homeowners and can help you prioritize upgrades and make confident decisions, every step of the way.

Matching You with the Right Contractor

We take the uncertainty and stress out of finding the right contractor. We carefully screen local contractors using rigorous quality and customer service standards. Our advisers are also there to review bids and ensure you’re getting a fair price.

Helping You Find Financing

Through our network of trusted, local lenders, we offer exclusive lending options with great rates to make your project affordable. We’ll also help you find any rebates and incentives you qualify for and handle the paperwork, so you can make the most of every dollar.

Home Energy Score Experts

Get convenient, official scoring by trusted experts. It’s quick and easy. Schedule instantly online and ask your agent to add the score to your listing. Plus, with our home expertise and network of certified contractors, we can even help you boost your score with home upgrades.

  • Seismic Retrofits
  • Hot Water Systems
  • Window Replacement
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Heating & Cooling
  • Solar Panels
  • Duct Sealing
  • Insulation
  • Weatherization
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Radon Mitigation
  • Portland Home Energy Scores

Meet Our Expert Advisors

Our unbiased advisors have helped thousands of homeowners create homes that are more comfortable, efficient, healthy and safe. All Enhabit Home Advisors are authorized, licensed home energy assessors, with highly specialized training and certification from the Building Performance Institute (BPI). Enhabit Home Advisors have the experience and expertise to help you get the most from your home improvements.

Daniel Kelley


Danny is a natural born teacher and brings his skills, curiosity and genuine determination to help homeowners on their projects. Danny enjoys his job because it’s what he practices in his everyday life – getting into the nitty gritty details to solve problems.

Jason Elton


Jason has played a critical role in evolving and implementing building science in Oregon, to the benefit of both contractors and homeowners. His laser focus on quality and superior customer service brings new meaning to “the customer is always right.”

Kyle Chase


Kyle has been a member of the home performance community for more than a decade, with experience in building science, energy modeling, weatherization, and HVAC. He enjoys working towards everyone having a healthy, safe, efficient home.


Tim Miller

Tim Miller’s 28 years in management and executive roles brings broad experience to his work at Enhabit. His leadership background spans high-tech, on-line and manufacturing environments, in general management, sales, marketing, and operations. For the last 13 years, Miller has been focused 100% on sustainability, providing business consulting and interim support to over 30 clean-tech companies, non-profits, and agencies.

Shirley Cyr
Chief Financial Officer

Shirley Cyr is an active CPA with over 30 years of professional experience in the financial institution, public accounting, and nonprofit financial management sectors. Before joining Enhabit, Shirley was the Director of Finance and Administration for Loaves & Fishes Centers, Inc., a senior manager with Moss Adams LLP, First Interstate Bank of Oregon in the areas credit review, commercial real estate and asset based lending, and operations.

Scot Davidson
Vice President, Programs

With over twenty years of corporate management at his back, Scot says he 'converted to sustainabilism.'  Since then, he has operated his own green products company, led Market Operations at the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance and directed the Carbon & Sustainability unit at Ecova.  Today, as Vice President of Programs at Enhabit, Davidson focuses on the organizations systems, operations and program design to advance new ideas to market for Enhabit and the stakeholders of the region.  An avid kiteboarder and outdoor recreationalist, Scot lives in the scenic Columbia Gorge.  He holds an undergraduate degree in communications from Washington State University and an MBA from the University of Dallas.


Megan Owen
Board Chair

Megan develops, implements and manages a national Strategic Market Development agenda. Her extensive experience in government gives her unique insight into identifying critical paths to common interests across disciplines of public and private entities. Megan is primarily responsible for developing the critical path to market adoption of high performance buildings and clean distributed resource initiatives by advancing durable and appropriate ecosystems of policy, regulation, and technology.

Eric Park
Innovator and Creative Director, Cambia Health Solutions

Eric helps passionate organizations imagine and design better futures. For over twenty years, he has led award-winning research and design innovation programs for clients ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies such as Nike, Patagonia, Philips Healthcare, Intel and Procter & Gamble. More recently he has turned his focus to leading branding and service innovation programs in healthcare for UnitedHealth, ODS (now Moda Health), and OHSU.

Jeremy Hays
Senior Strategist, Green for All

Jeremy leads Green For All’s state and local work, which focuses on the development, implementation, and replication of green economic and workforce development models. Over the past five years Jeremy has designed and led Green For All’s Communities of Practice and Business Engagement programs, as well as a number of successful initiatives to expand energy efficiency, create pathways out of poverty, promote clean water, encourage high road employment, and build green infrastructure.

Lisa Bates
Associate Professor, Toulan School of Urban Studies & Planning, PSU

Lisa K. Bates is associate professor at the Toulan School of Urban Studies & Planning of Portland State University.  She does research related to housing policy and planning. Her work is particularly focused on social justice issues, including understanding how inequitable outcomes may arise from institutionalized racism in policy design and implementation. Her research also describes how people of color and low-income households make decisions about housing and neighborhoods, given their perceived choices and constraints. As a planner, Dr. Bates engages with space and place as important to the context of decision-making and policy-making, and has conducted research in diverse settings, including Chicago, post-Katrina New Orleans, and Portland.

Sam Adams
Director, U.S. Climate Initiative, Climate Program, World Resources Institute

From 2009 until 2012, Sam Adams was the Mayor of Portland, Oregon. Prior to being elected Mayor, Sam served a four-year term as City Commissioner and 11 years as Chief of Staff to Portland Mayor Vera Katz. His earlier public service includes work as the Political Director of the Oregon House Democrats and as an aide to Oregon Congressmen Peter DeFazio. Sam’s extensive non-profit service includes All Hands Raised (Co-founder) and Greater Portland, Inc. (Co-founder) among many others. He grew up in Newport, Oregon.

Aaron Fairchild
Chairman & CEO, Green Canopy

Aaron has been a lending officer, senior manager and executive in real estate construction, development and finance since 1994. He is a third generation lender and entrepreneur and has a deep understanding of residential and commercial finance, residential construction, and energy efficiency. Aaron holds an Executive MBA from the University of Washington and an undergraduate degree in Anthropology from Western Washington University.

Talk to a Home Advisor Today:

(855) 870-0049
MON-FRI 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Get the Best Contractor for Your Project

Every contractor we work with is thoroughly screened to ensure they meet the highest standards across the board. Here’s how we make sure that you’ll always have the best local contractors working on your house:




Core Licenses and Standards

We start with core standards and certifications. Before anything else, they have to be licensed with the Construction Contractors Board (CCB), fully insured, use fully-trained installers/workers, and be registered with ODOE to qualify for tax credits.

Customer Service

Our contractors treat both customers and employees with respect. That means that all contractors need to have an excellent customer service track record. We look at BBB, Angie’s List, and online reviews, as well as our own homeowner satisfaction surveys to make sure they have a positive track record.

Enhabit’s High Road Standards

They also need to meet our High Road Standards, a commitment to pay a family-supporting wage, employ highly qualified minority and historically under-represented tradespeople, and provide reasonable Employee Health Care. A higher quality workforce means you’ll get higher quality work — it’s a win-win.

Specialty Training & Requirements

Our contractors treat both customers and employees with respect. That means that all contractors need to have an excellent customer service track record. We look at BBB, Angie’s List, and online reviews, as well as our own homeowner satisfaction surveys to make sure they have a positive track record.

Get the Best Financing & Rebates

Home improvements costs can add up quickly, but you don’t have to face that alone. No matter the project, we’re here to help you get the most for your money.

Financial Guidance

We’ve provided oversight for thousands of projects, and we put that expertise to work for you. We’ll help you figure out which improvements make the most sense, review your contractor bids, and provide an action plan so you can prioritize the work. From beginning to end, we’ll keep your project on the right track.

Exclusive Loan Options

About half of our homeowners use our proprietary loan options to pay for their improvements. We’ve partnered with local lenders to offer financing that fits seamlessly into our process. Best of all, we take care of the paperwork and applications, integrating it into the bidding process to keep things going smoothly. In many cases, we can even help you pay for your upgrades right on your utility bill.

Rebate & Incentive Filing

Rebates and incentives change often, and it’s easy for most people to lose track. Our job is to make the most out of those incentives. We’ll build those into bids and financing estimates, then take care of all the filing and paperwork to make sure you get best financial return.

Long-Term Value

The best improvements make your home more comfortable, efficient, healthier, and safer — all while adding value over time. We’ll help you weigh all of the pros and cons to create as much value as possible. Whether it’s lower energy bills or improvements in equity, we always keep an eye on the long-term value of your projects.

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.