Quick, Professional Home Energy Scoring

A Home Energy Score will be required for all Portland, Oregon homes listed for sale in 2018. Enhabit is an independent non-profit that has assessed thousands of homes throughout Oregon and Washington since 2010. Our authorized, licensed home energy assessors deliver a federal, state, and city-compliant home energy score and report – conveniently and expertly.

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What is a Home Energy Score?

Portland Home Energy Score (example score)

A Home Energy Score is a measure of the home’s energy use and costs, similar to a miles-per-gallon rating on a car. It helps home buyers compare energy costs and performance between homes and provides buyers and sellers with information on money-saving home improvements. The Home Energy Score uses a 1 through 10 scale where a 10 represents the most energy efficient homes. The scale is adjusted for local climate.

The score will be required for homes listed for sale in Portland, Oregon starting on January 1, 2018. If you’re planning to list a home in 2018, you’ll need to get a score to comply with the requirement. Any homeowner can get a score to learn more about their home’s efficiency, regardless of their intent to sell the home.

More on the Home Energy Score


For Realtors

Enhabit’s authorized, licensed home energy assessors deliver a city-compliant home energy score and report quickly and efficiently.

For Sellers

Get Your Required Home Energy Score Before Listing Your Home. Enhabit knows homes, with more than 14,000 home energy assessments since 2010.

For Buyers

When house shopping, home energy scores can help you make the right choice. After closing, the score can help you choose cost-effective home upgrades.