Up to $1500 Garage-door tax credit ends soon

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Accattato & Company Real Estate

MAKE YOUR HOME MORE ENERGY EFFICIENT AND RECEIVE UP TO A $1,500 TAX CREDIT

A tax credit that can provide savings to homeowners who invest in energy efficient garage doors expiresGarage Door December 31st. The government is offering up to a $1500 credit for homeowners who buy and install qualifying doors.

To qualify for the credit, the garage door must be an insulated residential garage door installed on an insulated garage. It must have a U-factor and a Solar Heat Grain Coefficient equal to or less than 0.30, even if the door contains windows. The door perimeter must be able to control air infiltration.

The door must be expected to remain in service for at least five years, and the garage must be part of a taxpayer's principal U.S. residence.

For more information check out Energy Star's official website

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Vickie McCartney
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Hi Tiffany~  I did not know about this.  I wonder if it is in every state?

Oct 03, 2010 08:04 AM #1
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Tiffany Accattato
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Hi Vickie, That is a great question and I will check on it! Have a successful week!

Oct 04, 2010 02:01 AM #2
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Hi Vickie, Here is the link to Energy Star's website. It did have some state specic tax credits but didn't specify for the garage door. Hope this helps!

http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=tax_credits.tx_index

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