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Air and Duct Sealing

Free Energy Tune-up for Manufactured Homes

Sealing the shell of your home—outer walls, doors, ceiling, windows and floors—from air leaks is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to increase comfort and energy efficiency. Testing and sealing your ductwork can also help trim your energy costs and reduce indoor air pollution.

An Energy Trust trade ally contractor can help you find many of your home’s hidden leaks for free.

  1. Establish your eligibility.

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    You must live in Oregon and heat your home with electricity or natural gas provided by Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas or Avista.

  2. Pre-qualify your home.

    Your manufactured home must be pre-qualified before air and duct sealing work can begin. Call us at 1.866.368.7878 to pre-qualify your home and receive a list of Energy Trust trade ally contractors in your area. If you are a renter, talk to the owner of your manufactured home about the benefits of making energy-saving improvements.

  3. Select a contractor.

    Air and duct sealing improvements must be performed by a participating trade ally contractor.

  4. Receive a quality control verification.

    After improvements have been made, Energy Trust may contact you to schedule a quality control verification. The verification will ensure that the work has been completed to the required specifications.

Energy Trust offers air and duct sealing as no-cost services for residents of manufactured homes.

Energy-saving improvements can only be performed one time per home, regardless of new ownership. If you do not own your manufactured home, your property owner or manager must approve the work.