Energy Tax Credits
Homeowners who have made some improvements on their homes by installing appliances and devices that makes their home energy efficient can qualify to get the 2016 United States energy tax credit for insulation improvement. This actually means that if you are not sure that that your home is well insulated, you can take advantage of energy tax credits for energy efficient homes.
The United States 2016 tax credit for insulation is worth up to 30% if the total cost of installing materials that will insulate your home thus making it energy efficient. However, this tax credit is only available to homeowners who have made insulation improvement to their primary resident as opposed to making improvements on vacation or rental homes.
If you are a homeowner, this is the best time to take advantage of this act by making insulation improvement in your home. The United States government is trying to encourage the need for energy conservation through the use eco-friendly technologies. This is the best time to take advantage because you will not only make your home energy efficient , a factor that will drastically lower your energy bills but you will also benefit by getting up to 30% off the total cost of materials used to make your home energy efficient.
Once you have insulated your home to make it energy efficient, you need to provide tax document that proves that you actually qualify for the credit. In order to claim energy tax credit, you need to have a written certificate from the manufacture/contractor that proves that the insulation material that you installed in your home. This certificate needs to include the products packaging that is posted on the manufacturer’s website. You can also report this information on your tax return. You need to keep the original documentation in your tax records.
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Contact Metro Garage Door today to discuss the 2016 tax credit. They can help you with all of your insulation needs.