2016 Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Contractor of the Year. Based in Portland and Bend, GreenSavers is a national leader in home energy efficiency. Get a home energy audit or estimate for insulation, windows, furnace, air conditioner, ductless heat pump, water heater, seismic or solar system.
 

Be Efficient.

 
 

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Waste less, save more. It just makes sense.

 
 

 
 

When doing what’s right for the environment also saves money on your monthly energy bills, we think that’s pretty cool. GreenSavers specializes in home energy systems. We install solar panels, efficient water heaters, and ductless heat pumps - the most efficient heating and cooling systems on the market.

 
 

Your Solar System

 

Interested in Solar?

More than 8,000 homeowners have installed solar systems in Oregon. If you’re interested in solar, there are at least a few questions to consider.

  • How old is my roof? 
  • What direction does my roof face?
  • Is my roof sloped? 
  • What about shading? 

How It Works

When you install a solar system with GreenSavers, you own your system outright and benefit from Oregon’s net metering law.

Net metering allows you to send unused electricity back into the grid. Each month, the power that you pulled from the grid is offset by the power that you feed to the grid. You are only charged for the difference or the "net." 

Benefits of Solar

The timing for solar has never been better. From decreasing costs to strong incentives, there are several reasons to consider solar for your home:

  • Decreasing Costs
  • Clean Energy
  • Power if the Grid Goes Down
  • Strong Incentives

 

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Efficient Water Heating

 

This is Important

According to the US Department of Energy, the average household spends $400 to $600 on water heating each year. The average resistance electric water heater uses more energy than the refrigerator, dishwasher, clothes washer and dryer combined. By upgrading to a heat pump water heater or a tankless water heater, you can save quite a bit on your monthly energy bills.

Tankless

A tankless or on-demand system is the most efficient way to heat water in your home. When a hot water tap is turned on, cold water travels through a pipe into the unit, where it comes into contact with a gas burner. The system delivers a constant supply of hot water without the use of a storage tank. Tankless systems have a longer life expectancy, lower operating costs, and lower energy energy costs.

Heat Pump Water Heaters

Heat pump water heaters are about 3 times more efficient than standard resistance electric water heaters. And it's worth mentioning that the incentives are outstanding. The Energy Trust of Oregon offers a $300 rebate. Possibly add a $300 federal tax credit plus a $600 state tax credit. When you account for the energy savings, rebates, and tax credits, heat pump water heaters just make sense.

Ductless Heat Pumps

 

HOW DUCTLESS WORKs

Ductless systems use heat pump technology to distribute warm or cool air more quietly and efficiently than traditional electric heaters.

The system has 3 parts: (1) an outdoor unit, (2) indoor unit, and (3) remote control. Click here to learn more about how the 3 parts efficiently deliver heating and air conditioning.  

Benefits of Ductless

In Portland and Bend, there are plenty of reasons to consider a ductless heat pump for zonal heating and air conditioning.

  • More Efficient
  • Increased Comfort
  • Generous Rebates
  • Cleaner Air

Is ductless right for you?

A ductless heat pump is the most efficient heating and cooling system on the market. Drop us a line to see if ductless is right for you.

As a 3-star trade ally of Energy Trust of Oregon, GreenSavers can help you access cash incentives to make it easier to improve your home's energy efficiency.

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