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Important updates from Enhabit

City of Portland Announces Federal Funds to Help Pay for Seismic Retrofits for 150 homes

$500K in FEMA funds will pay up to half the cost to bolt houses to foundations and ensure safety (Portland, Ore.)— Portland City Commissioner Steve Novick announced today that another round of federal funds allocated to a City of Portland pilot project will help homeowners seismically strengthen their homes. The pilot project is the next… Read more

New Name, Expanded offering: Welcome “Enhabit” (Formerly Clean Energy Works)

New services, unique homeowner benefits and renewed commitment to equity drive identity change. (Portland, Ore.)—The region’s largest home renewal provider reintroduces itself to the public today. The company’s new name emphasizes its customized homeowner approach, an expanded suite of services, and ongoing advancement of equity in the industry. Beginning today, Clean Energy Works is Enhabit… Read more

Small Coastal Earthquakes Remind Oregonians to Prepare Homes

Bolting homes to foundations and other structural improvements cost relatively little, but mean less damage and more homes left standing after the inevitable Big One.  Seven small earthquakes off the coast of Oregon caused no damage, but they are a reminder of the seismic potential of the faults underneath Oregon and potential for significant damage… Read more