Aeroseal Process Now Qualifies for up to $500 in
Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit
Homeowners looking to reduce their home energy bill can now receive as much as $500 in federal tax credit for effectively sealing their home’s ductwork. With the enactment, this past January, of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, Congress retroactively renewed home energy-efficiency tax credits first granted by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This includes up to $500 in tax credit for energy-saving duct sealing work done to the taxpayer’s primary residence. The tax credit is available to homeowners for qualified work done any time in 2012 through the end of 2013. Read More…
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Energy Efficiency in Your Home
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Leaky ducts contribute to a variety of inefficiencies in your home’s heating and cooling system. Even the most efficient systems can be working harder than necessary causing more wear and tear on your system.
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