Remodeling your house? Are the updates going to increase energy efficiency? Tax rebates and credits are available through the federal government for home improvements that enhance the energy efficiency of your home.
Smart homeowners who have been putting off home improvements should take advantage of the potential cost savings and start updating their homes. Rebates and credits are available for windows and doors, insulation, HVAC, water heaters, and solar energy among others. For a complete listing off all energy efficient products and systems eligible for federal tax incentives, see Federal Tax Credits for Consumer Energy Efficiency. A brief overview of the product or system, requirements to be eligible for the tax incentive, FAQs, and how to apply are included.
If you are interested in learning more about state and local tax credits, see State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency. This site includes state, local, utility, and federal incentives in place that you can take advantage of when making energy efficient purchases and improvements.
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