Energy Tax Rebate

Tax Credit Info - Additional Tax Credit Information and Helpful Tools

On January 2, 2013, President Obama signed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. This law extends the tax credits for energy efficiency into 2014, but at lower levels. The levels revert back to those in effect in 2006 and 2007, which were 10% of the cost of improvement, up to $500 for qualifying Entry Doors and Solar Eclipse, and a $200 max for windows as well as several other set maximums.

If you have received a tax credit in the past of $500 or more specifically for doors, windows, or insulation, you are ineligible for this tax credit.  If you have received a tax credit for less than $500, you are still eligible for a partial credit. View the manufacturer’s certificate linked below to determine the eligibility of your products.

This credit is retroactive for 2012 and 2013; meaning all suitable products that were installed in 2012 and 2013 will also be eligible for the tax credit. 

If you have received a tax credit in the past of $500 or more specifically for doors, windows, or insulation, you are ineligible for this tax credit.  If you have received a tax credit for less than $500, you are still eligible for a partial credit.  View the manufacturer’s certificate below to determine the eligibility of your products. 

Please consult your tax advisor to determine the extent of your tax credit.

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