If you’ve been putting off that home improvement project, now might be a good time to get it done. Or else you’ll lose out on a very generous “discount” from Uncle Sam.
For nearly two years, thousands of homeowners have enjoyed an “extra bonus” when they received a 30% (up to $1,500) Energy Tax Rebate from the federal government when they made certain improvements to their homes. The goal is to help make your home more energy efficient, thus reducing the impact on the environment and using fewer natural resources.
Of course, making your home more energy efficient also has the wonderful consequence of cutting your monthly energy bills! So it the Energy Tax Credit has proven to be a real “win-win-win” for everybody.
The types of home improvements that qualify for the 30% credit include installing replacement windows that meet federal standards; as well as installing new entry doors that provide enhanced thermal performance. All windows and doors installed by Rescom meet these strict standards and are eligible for the Energy Tax Credit.
However, this “extra bonus” ends on December 31 of this year, when the Energy Tax Credit expires. Unless you have your project completed by that day you will not be able to earn the $1,500 tax credit when you file your taxes.
Here at Rescom we are very busy scheduling window and door replacement projects that meet the energy-saving requirements of the Energy Tax Credit program. If you are even considering making improvements to your home we urge you to call and make an appointment right away, so that we can fit you into our production and installation schedule.
For more information about upgrading your windows with energy efficient replacements that meet the federal Energy Tax Credit standards, call us toll-free at (866) 410-5884. Or visit our web site at www.iwantnewwindows.com.