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What is a Home Energy Score?

A home energy score is standardized assessment developed by the U.S. Department of Energy of your homes energy systems, including heating, cooling, and insulation.

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How much does it cost to get a Home Energy Score?

When factoring the cost of getting your home energy score, size is the most important factor. The reason is that larger homes typically have more windows to evaluate, more square footage to measure, and multiple energy systems to assess. The cost of a home energy score from for most homes ranges between $185 and $325.

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Are there any incentives or rebates available for getting a Home Energy Score?

Oregon offers incentives and rebates for homeowners who make qualified upgrades to their homes. Heating, cooling, insulation, and windows are major items that qualify for incentives.

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How long does it take to get a Home Energy Score?

Most home energy score assessment appointments last between one and two hours. Similar to home energy score pricing, the larger the home is, the longer it will take the assessor to collect all the required information to input into the DOE home energy scoring calculator.

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Is a Home Energy Score required when selling my home?

Whether or not a home energy score is required will depend on where you live. In Oregon, several cities have different timeline requirements for providing prospective buyers with your DOE Home Energy Score. Check out our blog post for details on the timelines specific to your city.

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