Does your Pacific Power or Portland General Electric bill seem to increase with each passing year? You’re not alone. Fortunately, Dr. Energy Saver’s home energy auditors can help all Oregon homeowners reduce their electric bill, use less electricity, and reduce their environmental footprint. Here’s how!
Dr. Energy Saver’s trained professionals will visit your Oregon home to assess its energy efficiency. This means we’ll locate and fix any areas that use or waste too much electricity. As a result, your Oregon electric bill will finally be reduced to a more affordable rate and save you hundreds of dollars a year! Choose from our dealers above or contact us today to get started 1-888-914-4171.
Having an energy audit performed on your home and following up with a series of energy-saving repairs brings multiple benefits: lower utility bills, increased comfort, improved "green" value, healthier indoor air quality, and protection from price increases for electricity and heating fuel.
Dr. Energy Saver Dealers have been creating home energy solutions for years and have a track record of happy, satisfied homeowners who can see the difference in their lower energy bills and feel the difference in their more comfortable homes. The patented & proven solutions we offer for your home and the customer experience we provide has resulted in numerous industry & customer service awards. We treat your Oregon home as our own making the the right changes to improve it.
Project Location: Fairview, OR 97024
Comment: My heating bills are consistently $300-400/mo even after installing a ductless energy saver heat pump last year and brand new attic insulation in October. I would like to get an estimate for possible air leaks throughout the house. Thank you, Kelli
Project Location: Fairview, OR 97024
Comment: Wanting insulation for my crawlspace.
Project Location: Happy Valley, OR 97086
Comment: Cold house
Project Location: Gladstone, OR 97027
Comment: No solar company will help me because they think I have too much shade, although when it's sunny I sure get a hot house. So I'm thinking to increase the insulation in my attic and would like til know of other options for my location to help and do to get grant or ....the trees are not on my yard soooo need gelp
Project Location: Oregon City, OR 97045
Comment: I dont know all of my options. WOuld like to see how to make the house more energy efficient and spot any major concerns as well as get a quote for the different levels of addressing the issues.
Project Location: Milwaukie, OR 97222
Comment: 1947 House, looking to get a baseline and advice.
Project Location: Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Comment: Would like to get an energy audit with blower test. Is this something you provide?
Project Location: Vida, OR 97488
Comment: I am finishing a 30 x 36 shop that needs "blown-in" attic insulation. Will you please provide a bid for this work?
Project Location: Tigard, OR 97223
Comment: Just 1 wall that has a useless fireplace and 2 large windows so a lot of cold gets in our home.
Project Location: Sherwood, OR 97140
Comment: There was an addition done to my house years ago by another owner and the upstairs portion of it has extremely poor insulation. Super hot in the summer, freezing in winter. Looking into options for insulating walls in that room.
Project Location: Aloha, OR 97003
Comment: Home built in the 70's needs some help with the right energy insulations. 900 sq. feet. Warm in the summer and cool in the winter..
Project Location: Aumsville, OR 97325
Comment: Our electric bills exceed $500 per month in winter and our house is 45 years old. We are interested in understanding what we can do to reduce energy consumption and lower costs.
Project Location: Hillsboro, OR 97124
Comment: Being energy consious
Project Location: Marcola, OR 97454
Comment: Looking for a quote for new home insulation. House is framed and in top out phase with utilities
Project Location: Cornelius, OR 97113
Comment: Just bought and moved into the house been 7 months. Had some high electric bills. Added central air. Will be getting solar panels installed. But I believe there is more to what I cant see at a loss of energy. And how things were installed like the blown installation in attic