As part of the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Re-authorization and Job Creation Act, homeowners can claim up to a $500 tax credit for qualified energy-efficient home improvements like installing new windows, entry doors, or insulated siding on their primary residence now through December 31, 2011. The credit applies to the product only and does not include installation.
A tax credit is more valuable than a tax deduction because homeowners get a dollar off for every qualifying dollar they spend, while a deduction only decreases the amount of income that is taxed.
There are several long-term benefits to upgrading your windows, front door, or siding beyond the immediate tax savings, including year-round energy savings, greater curb appeal and a solid return-on-investment at resale.
Woodbridge Home Exteriors offers a variety of Energy Star® rated windows, doors, and siding that qualify for the tax credit.
Bringing nearly 25 years of experience and innovation to the building products industry, the company maintains a strong combination of products including Vinyl Replacement Windows, Steel Entry Doors, and Long-Length Insulated Siding.
In 2011, the company launched our steel entry door lines to complement its energy efficient window and siding options.