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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: NE 240th, Wood Village, OR 97060
Comment: I have an approx 3200sqf flaroof that needs a polyurethane coating. How much? Thanks.
Project Location: McKenzie River Drive, Blue River, OR 97413
Comment: My pipes leaked under the house so the insulation is wet and has fallen. I believe that the ducts for the funace are leaking because the furthest out duct doesn't have warm air coming out of it at all.
Project Location: SE 215th Court, Damascus, OR 97089
Comment: Concerns about possible air leaks in the kitchen and lack of insulation in the walls. Interested in retro insulation if needed. Would like to improve warmth in the garage as a kids play area during winters. Have had a audit in the past that was not very detailed. Have done some work a few years ago to insulate attic update windows and fix a water issue in the crawlspace.
Project Location: SE 120th Ave, Portland, OR 97266
Comment: Leaks and breaks in our ducting system, Also, there's a moldy smell coming out of them and the basement in general.
Project Location: SE Carter Ln, Happy Valley, OR 97086
Comment: Need an estimate for blowing insulation into the ceiling for an uninsulated room in existing house please. The room is about 14x14' with pitched ceiling. Thanks, Lyall
Project Location: NE Royal Ct, Portland, OR 97232
Comment: I have a 1914 Craftsman that was updated around 1999 but the attic is not well insulated or vented. I am interested in adding the Superglo radiant barrier system to my attic.
Project Location: SW 152nd Ave, Beaverton, OR 97007
Comment: Uninsulated crawl space with a very tight entry point. Hoping to figure out type of insulation to use and strategy to employ to insulate the crawl space and ducts/pipes.
Project Location: SW 155th Ave, Beaverton, OR 97007
Comment: Upstairs too hot in summer
Project Location: SE 52nd Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97123
Comment: Kitchen too warm, skylight beams in heat, AC runs hard to control summer heat. Would like to have whole house ventilation system to clear heat from attic
Project Location: Englewood Ave. NE, Salem, OR 97301
Comment: Want some pricing to insulate my home
Project Location: Hogan Dr, Keizer, OR 97303
Comment: We have 7 skylights in the house and need a quote on making them more energy efficient.