Federal energy tax credit 2011
Greater efficiency for greater savings, now energy efficient windows can save you up to $200.00, doors up to $300.00.
We simplify your choice of products that meet the energy tax credit criteria, streamlining a confusing array of options for you.
The Federal Energy Tax Credit Program
The government’s stimulus package outlines Section 1121, an energy tax credit to benefit homeowners, that deducts up to 10% of the cost of qualifying window and door replacement — up to $500 for 2011.
The tax credit is for the cost of qualifying products only. This excludes the cost of installation. To qualify, windows and doors must have a 0.30 U-factor and 0.30 Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) or better.
Learn more about Federal tax credits for energy efficiency on the ENERGY STAR® website.
We urge you to call and set up an in-home estimate today — 831.462.1700 — there is no cost or pressure to get our advice!
Want to know more?
New information about the 2011 Federal energy tax credit extension:
The Federal tax credit has been extended for the 2011 tax year. However, there have been some significant changes. The new version of the tax credit will cover 10 percent up to $500 (not 30 percent up to $1,500) of the cost of certain energy efficiency upgrades.
If you have ever claimed $500 or more of this credit, which is known as 25C, you won't be eligible for the 2011 tax year. There is a credit limit that applies to windows: ENERGY STAR Windows — $200 this may be combined with doors or other qualifying products, up to $500.00 maximum. Learn more about the Economic Stimulus Plan known as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 or ARRA at www.irs.gov