Get support for your manufactured home replacement
Live comfortably and efficiently in a newly built manufactured home. We understand replacing your home takes time and planning, so we offer financial assistance and a personal navigator to support you from start to finish.
Receive up to $16,000 from Energy Trust, plus additional funding through our partner agencies to bring your new home into reach. Your navigator will help you secure available funds and will review your options so you can select the home and vendors that work best for you.
Call 503.374.1660 or email email@example.com to get started and speak with a navigator.
Here’s what to expect
1. Talk with a program navigator
Energy Trust will confirm eligibility, review the general time and cost of the project and discuss available funding and resources.
2. Envision your project
Visit retailers to get a sense of your wants and needs, and request cost estimates.
3. Reserve your grant funding
Energy Trust and other partners will reserve your funding and provide a letter of commitment to help you complete your financial package. Partner agencies offering financial assistance include Oregon Housing and Community Services.
4. Select a lender
Complete a loan application with Craft 3 (NMLS ID#390159) or the lender of your choice. Your lender will request project estimates and your funding letter of commitment.
5. Plan your project
Secure a written bid that includes your new home, the cost of removing your old home and all other project costs. Your navigator will provide support.
6. Secure loan approval and sign your contract
Submit bids and project documents to your lender and secure your final loan approval. Your loan will be able to close after your home purchase contract and scope of work are signed. With your financial package complete, you are ready to sign your purchase agreement for a new home. Your lender, Energy Trust and other funders will manage down payments to vendors.
7. Manage the project
Maintain communication with your vendors. They may provide updates on timing and have requests for information.
8. Move in!
Work with Energy Trust to complete your final inspection and interview. The final loan disbursements will be paid to contractors. Move in and enjoy your new, energy-efficient home.
Eligibility and funding
- Current home was constructed prior to 1995
- Primary heating fuel source is electric or gas provided by a participating utility
- Household income meets Savings Within Reach qualifications or home is located in community with affordability guidelines
|Incentive for new ENERGY STAR® home
|Incentive for new NEEM+ home
Benefits of energy-efficient manufactured homes
Older manufactured homes, especially those built before 1995, have less efficient windows, insulation and heating. Your navigator will help you receive financial assistance for a newly built manufactured home that provides:
- Great year-round comfort
- Lower monthly energy costs
- Healthier indoor air
What’s in an ENERGY STAR home?
ENERGY STAR certification requires specific built-in features that reduce energy use and increase comfort. Certified homes are far more efficient than homes built to code, which can save you hundreds of dollars a year on energy costs.
Better insulation: Increased levels of insulation in the ceiling, walls and floors help keep your home comfortable year-round.
Efficient windows: In an ENERGY STAR home, the windows have a lower U-factor, meaning they insulate better. More efficient windows are also resistant to condensation and moisture build-up, which helps prevent mold and mildew.
Building tightness: Cracks around windows and doors, and holes drilled for plumbing and electrical are well-sealed to prevent your conditioned air from escaping the home.
Go further with a NEEM+ home
NEEM+ is a manufactured home certification tier that goes beyond minimum code requirements. The upgraded thermal shell and added efficiency features of a manufactured home with NEEM+ certification can provide up to 30% more energy savings.
Upgraded thermal shell: Increased insulation, an even tighter envelope and better performing windows than ENERGY STAR standards provides greater comfort and reduces noise.
Energy-saving technology: Reduce your energy bill further with a smart, Wi-Fi connected thermostat and efficient LED lighting.
Third-party inspected: Durability measures such as house wrap and door/window flashing are verified in the production facility for correct installation.
Efficient appliances: Increased electricity and water savings with an ENERGY STAR certified dishwasher and refrigerator.