What You'll Get
Heat is always escaping, filtering out through tiny spaces such as windowsills, doorframes, and the eyeholes in the hearth-side portrait. Retain warmth with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $70 for a home-comfort assessment (a $130 value); click here for a list of services included in the assessment.
- $150 for a home-performance test (a $330 value); click here for a list of services included in the test.<p>
Certified building analysts scour the home for areas of heat loss and find ways to increase heat retention and energy efficiency. Technicians use computer software to analyze heating and cooling systems, ductwork, insulation, and ventilation, and they provide a thorough report and suggestions for improvements. After service, analysts also file rebates for the customers for their participation in the home-energy assessment.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 14, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only within 25mi of Downtown Portland. Homes with asbestos will be evaluated for safety prior to any service being performed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Revival Energy Group
Revival Energy Group’s team employs sophisticated technology to detect cracks and imperfections that hinder a home’s air quality and energy efficiency. Technicians offer a host of home-analysis services, presenting energy models that accurately track energy usage and comfort assessments that inspect the home’s heating and cooling apparatuses. Experts employ infrared technology to register exact temperatures in different areas of the home while isolating invisible drafts and the snoring ghosts that create them. Through its partnership with Energy Trust of Oregon and Clark PUD, Revival Energy Group can also assist homeowners with the process of securing cash incentives, rebates, and state energy credits to help with the cost of improvements.
As articulated in an article in the Columbian, Revival Energy Group’s owner, Robert Brierley, holds certifications as an energy auditor and a building analyst. The Australian émigré studied engineering and also boasts a certification from the EPA.