Here’s a little overview to help you understand what’s involved in a high-performance home renewal – from day one to day done.
We match you with a certified local contractor to meet your needs and get the work done right.
Enhabit Contractors have the highest levels of Building Science Certification and are required to uphold high employment standards. Through Enhabit, you are supporting local businesses, including minority and women-owned businesses, that provide living wages and health care to employees and hire from a diverse pool of skilled workers.
An Enhabit contractor comes to your house and performs a top-to-bottom, inside-out inspection - showing you where your home can perform better, or not.
The 100 Point Performance Check is a service unique to Enhabit - identifying areas for improvement in energy efficiency, safety, health and comfort.
You, your contractor and your Home Performance Advisor review upgrade recommendations, and costs, helping you to choose the best upgrade package for your home and budget.
We make the process easy and affordable by securing all available rebates and - if needed - convenient financing for your project, available from local lenders.
One of the greatest advantages of working with Enhabit is that financing is built right into your project. We offer exclusive no-money-down loan products through local lenders. And, for customers of PGE, Northwest Natural and Pacific Power, you can pay back loans directly on your utility bill. A typical Enhabit project averages $100 monthly payment.
As work is happening and your upgrades are underway, your Enhabit Home Performance Advisor is always available to answer questions or concerns.
"You could pick as much or as little of the program as you want, and that’s the appeal." — Peter Roscoe, Astoria
We provide an additional level of assurance. Enhabit is committed to complete satisfaction with your Enhabit experience. Home Performance Advisors provide quality control on every single project—including cost.
"It’s much more comfortable. It’s perfect to retire in. We’re going to keep the energy cost under control." — Eliza & Brad Kauder, Ashland