Federal Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credits and green building incentives for energy conservation home improvements available in 2009
New Federal Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credits and green building incentives for energy conservation home improvements available in 2009:
As of January 1, 2009 there are Federal tax credits of up to 30% of cost, or $1500, for homeowners making improvements to insulation, vinyl replacement windows, non-solar water heaters, and particular high efficiency heating and cooling equipment. These credits are available for existing homes only, for the next 2 years (2009-2010). For more details and forms needed go to EnergyStar Tax Credits.
Also, as of August, 2008 Montgomery County, Maryland is offering a tax credit of up to $250 for energy conservation improvements including programmable thermostats, vinyl replacement windows, door and window insulation/caulking, and more. Find out more here.
Vinyl-Lite Windows Factory energy-efficient replacement windows are especially effective and relevant with respect to these programs; Energy Advantage Low-E Glass is a high performance, energy efficient window glass made with an invisible coating that blocks heat flow. Follow this link for more information about Northern Virginia climate conditions and Low-E energy efficient window features.
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