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We deliver home Portland and Milwaukie home energy scores the SAME DAY!
If you are selling your home you are required to get a City of Portland home energy score , City of Milwaukie home energy score or City of Hillsboro Home energy score done at the time of listing your home for sale.
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No one wants to waste a lot of time waiting around for a home energy score.
So, we’ve built a customer-friendly platform that fits everyone’s schedule and also prioritizes your top needs.
- HES reports are completed and sent to each customer on the same day as the inspection.
- We welcome customers to join us.
- Home Energy Score reports contain a lot of information on the energy effiecincy of your home
- Dept. of Energy approved Home Energy Reports.
Portland Home Energy Scores
We take pride in offering home energy audits to buyers, sellers, and agents in Portland and Milwaukie.
Fast friendly service, reports delivered same day!
In 2016, Portland City Council unanimously passed the Home Energy Score Ordinance, requiring the disclosure of a Home Energy Score and Report when a home is publicly advertised for sale in Portland. Home Energy Score requirements went into effect January 1, 2018.
The ordinance directed the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability to report to Portland City Council after 30 months and evaluate the results of the program, including accuracy of disclosed information, rates of compliance, program impacts and recommendations for ongoing review.
Milwaukie Home energy scores
More than 20,000 Home Energy Scores are now in the Portland real-estate market, providing unprecedented transparency, insight and data about residential energy performance and carbon emissions. The Home Energy Score program has revealed, with great focus, the areas of opportunity for Portland’s housing stock to become safer, healthier, more efficient and less air- and carbon-polluting. The Home Energy Score program has become a model that multiple Oregon jurisdictions are poised to follow. The City of Milwaukie just launched its own scoring requirements on October 1.
The Home Energy Score program provides a solid foundation from which to scale residential energy upgrades. These upgrades are a critical next step in improving the health, comfort, affordability and safety of Portland homes, while reducing carbon emissions necessary to meet our collective climate action goals.
The Portland Home Energy Score is a rating system that measures the energy efficiency of a single-family home in Portland, Oregon. The score ranges from 1 to 100, with 100 being the most efficient. Homes with a higher score are likely to use less energy and have lower energy bills.
The Portland Home Energy Score is based on a number of factors, including the home’s age, size, construction, and energy-efficiency features. The score is calculated by a trained assessor who visits the home and conducts a brief inspection.
The Portland Home Energy Score is a valuable tool for home buyers and sellers. Home buyers can use the score to compare the energy efficiency of different homes. Home sellers can use the score to attract buyers who are interested in energy-efficient homes.
The Portland Home Energy Score is also a valuable tool for homeowners. The score can help homeowners identify opportunities to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. Homeowners can use the score to qualify for energy-efficiency rebates and programs.
The Portland Home Energy Score is a voluntary program. However, as of January 1, 2023, all home sellers in Portland are required to obtain and disclose a Home Energy Score at the time of sale.
Here are some of the benefits of having a Portland Home Energy Score:
- Helps you compare the energy efficiency of different homes.
- Can help you sell your home faster and for a higher price.
- Can help you qualify for energy-efficiency rebates and programs.
- Can help you save money on your energy bills.
If you are buying or selling a home in Portland, I encourage you to get a Home Energy Score.
It is a valuable tool that can help you make a more informed decision about your home.
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