The U.S. Government provides up to a $300* incentive to help you save on heating your home. And Security Chimneys provides the products you need to take full advantage.
As part of the Tax Relief Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 (TRUIRJCA), homeowners who install a 75%-efficient biomass fireplace in 2011 are eligible to receive an energy tax credit of up to $300.
This is a great opportunity for you to save on your heating costs, while using renewable energy resources.
Security Chimneys offers a variety of products that meet or exceed the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) guidelines, including the following EPA wood-burning built-in stoves:
* The 10% tax credit (up to $300) is not an instant rebate or product discount. It is a tax credit provided by the IRS as part of the TRUIRJCA and is applicable when filing personal income taxes for the 2011 tax year. Please consult with a tax advisor or the Internal Revenue Code for more information.
For tax years 2006–2011, there is a $500 cap on home efficiency tax credits claimed by a single consumer. For example, if you claimed $300 in 2007, you can only claim $200 in 2011. However, if you claimed a $1,500 tax credit as a part of the 2009–2010 tax credit, you will benefit from the full amount, but are not eligible for the 2011 $300 tax credit.