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Home Improvement Energy Tax Credit
What are the details of the 2012/2013 energy tax
credit? You may qualify for an energy tax credit, if you recently made your home more energy efficient. The energy tax credit includes the cost of
the product, not the installation costs. Always ask
for a sales receipt that includes the cost of the
For new construction homes, the tax credit does not
cover windows, insulation, roofing and doors. Here are some basic informative tips that homeowners should be aware of:
- Purchase and install qualifying Preservation windows and doors that meet ENERGY STAR requirements; however, not all ENERGY STAR qualified windows and patio doors will receive an energy tax credit.
- Save your sales receipt that indicates the product cost
Energy Tax Credit for Homes in Des Moines, IA
Preservation window and door products manufactured with EnergyMaxx Insulated Glass Package will qualify when used for home improvement, replacement or remodeling projects. These glass packages use Low-E glass and argon or krypton gas fill. Different window or patio door models by Preservation may require alternative combinations to meet the federal requirements. Consult with a tax advisor to review all IRS guidelines.
Preservation disclaims any reliability for determining whether a particular product qualities for the energy tax credit. Also, Preservation does not offer legal or tax advice and recommends that all purchasers consult with a tax advisor to determine if the products they purchase qualify for the tax credit. Please speak with a tax advisor or the IRS to get more information. Additional resources can be found at www.energystar.gov/taxcredits.
ENERGY STAR® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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