Home Improvements | Energy Efficiency
It’s almost tax time again. Ugh! The good news is, Uncle Sam is still handing out tax credits for certain energy-efficient home improvements. Nice!
Energy Efficient Products
Fortunately, there are a lot of products that you can replace and add in your green home improvements to achieve better energy efficiency such as attic insulation, replacement widows, insulated siding HVAC systems, lighting, programmable thermostat, water heater and a whole lot more. Other than the long-term savings on your energy bills, certain products can also qualify you for federal tax credits. So be on the lookout for the Energy Star label.
Federal Tax Credits
Head over to ENERGY STAR to find out more. Find out what’s included and how to apply. Learn More >
It’s also a good time to get a home energy audit to find out if there are other home improvements you can make to improve your homes energy efficiency. Knowing where your home stands when it comes to energy efficiency and getting specifics on which area of your house and property needs concentration can not only save you money, it can help to keep your home warm and comfortable all year round.
Today, we know more about how to save energy than ever before. When it comes to our homes, the more energy efficient we make them, the lower the monthly utility bills are going to be. It’s as simple as that!
Hiring a Minnesota exterior remodeling contractor is the first step in making your home more energy efficient.