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Home Improvement Tax Credits Expire December 31st
Tax Credit = 30% of the Cost of Qualified Products Maximum Tax Credit You Can Claim is $1,500
The Tax Credit Covers Purchases of Certain Energy-Saving and Renewable Energy Products.
In some cases the tax credit covers the cost of both the products and the installation.
Biomass Stoves burn biomass fuel to heat a home or heat water.
Biomass Fuels Include: Agricultural Crops and Trees, Plants and Aquatic Plants, Grasses, Residues and Fibers, Wood, Wood Waste and Wood Pellets.
Insulation is one of the most cost-effective home improvements.
Qualifying Products Include:
Batts, Rolls, Expanding Spray, Rigid Boards, and Blow-In-Fibers
Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Products Include: Air Source Heat Pumps, Central Air Conditioning Units An Advanced Main Air Circulating Fan Natural Gas or Propane Furnaces
Products carrying a Manufacturers Certification Stating they reduce air leaks Including: Caulk, Weather Stripping, Spray Foam in a Can, and House Wrap also qualify.
Tax Credit Does NOT Include Installation Costs for Insulation/Sealing; Based Only on Cost of Products
Gas or Propane Water Heaters or Electric Heat Pump Water Heaters
Water heating can account for 14% to 25% of the energy consumed in your home. Take advantage of the tax credit and update to a more energy efficient model.
Storm Doors and Windows
An inexpensive way to replace old doors and windows and improve energy efficiency by creating a barrier between the interior of your home and the weather outside.