1. Insulation and Doors:
The tax credit includes 10% of the cost up to $500. This tax credit can be applied to average bulk installation products but can also include air seal products. For windows, this credit is capped at $200.
Efficient window and door insulation can lead to energy savings,
increased natural lighting and qualify your home for tax credits.
Choose high energy factor hot water
heaters with superior thermal efficiency to
improve your home's consumed energy.
Saving money on energy bills while decreasing your impact on the environment are two worthwhile savings in and of themselves.
3. A/C Units and Water Heaters:
A/C units and water heaters qualify for a $300 tax credit. Both units make a huge difference in the comfort quality of your home in addition to the fact that water heating can account for between 14 and 25% of consumed energy in your home.
Check out our FAQ page for a detailed list of questions you may have regarding the 2011 Tax Credits as well as other efficiency incentives. You can also contact us to schedule an A&E energy audit to begin tax rebated improvements on your home's energy efficiency.