The performance of your home is based on a collection of systems. When all these systems work together at their best, it's a beautiful thing. It's a comfy and super efficient thing. Plus with our network of lenders and utilities, we offer some pretty great no-money down financing and rebate options. Get to know our services, or find out what to expect when you sign up with Enhabit.
Let's convert your humble abode into a more comfortable, energy-efficient abode.
We start with the 100 Point Home Performance Check where a contractor performs a series of visual assessments to evaluate your home’s energy usage. We assign your home an Energy Performance Score (EPS) and identify where the greatest opportunities for improvement are. Once upgrades are complete, we'll do a Quality Review to ensure your home is performing at is best.
Modern heating and cooling systems go a long way to keep you toasty in winter and cool in summer, all while saving energy. We help you sort through the options to get just what your family needs. More details
Seal up the cracks to cut drafts and add new attic, wall and floor insulation to keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer. More details
Those things you can't really see in your home are exactly what we look for. Mother Nature will always keep you on your toes; we make sure you're ready to dance.
We start with an in-home visit, where a contractor performs a series of visual assessments to evaluate your home’s health and safety. You might also like to find out about radon and other pollutants, which usually require additional diagnostics. Once upgrades are complete, we'll do a Quality Review to ensure your home is performing at is best.
Generate your own clean, renewable energy and save on your utility bills. The Northwest has more usable sunlight than you might think. With expert advice, certified contractors and affordable payment plans, Enhabit makes it easy to go solar. More details
Not only is my house more comfortable to live in, but the investment in energy efficiency paid for itself immediately – the cash value of the upgrade was included in our recent appraisal.Former Portland City Commissioner, Mike Lindberg