The Inflation Reduction Act and How You Can Save Money
Homeowners are rejoicing at the recent passing of the Inflation Reduction Act, which, among other clean-energy programs, encourages homeowners to create more energy efficient homes with various energy tax credits. There are a variety of ways that the Inflation Reduction Act can help you save money, but you’ll also lower your energy bills and decrease your carbon footprint by installing energy efficient window inserts.
By adding qualified building envelope components* like window inserts, qualified homeowners** can save money with the Energy Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit. You can do this within your home through a variety of methods, which means you have many options to improve the energy efficiency of your home – and the federal government will help you save money while doing it!
Window Inserts: Energy Efficient, Cost Saving, & Tax Credit Qualified
Weatherizing your windows is one of the most effective energy efficient upgrades you can make to your home. How can you weatherize your windows and reduce energy consumption at the same time? How can you save money with energy efficient tax rebates? The answer is Indow window inserts.
With the help of the Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit, you can save up to $1200*** on Indow window inserts that improve the energy efficiency of your home, eliminate cold drafts in the winter, and keep your home cooler in the summer. The Inflation Reduction Act allows up to 30% of energy efficient home improvements to be deducted as tax rebates – that’s an average savings of $100 per insert for a standard sized window!
Earn Savings and Find Comfort with Indow
Indow window inserts are custom-made in the USA and are backed by our lifetime warranty and a Snug-Fit guarantee, ensuring that installation is seamless – your inserts will slide right into place without any additional hardware or damage to your window frames. You’ll feel the benefits of comfort and see the savings immediately – as Indow customers save an average of 20% on heating & cooling bills – on top of the 30% IRA tax credit.
In addition to energy savings, our thermal inserts seal out pollen, pollutants, and can even reduce outside noise by at least 50%. Block out noisy neighbors or annoying street noise so that you can sleep better, relax more, and enjoy your space. You can even upgrade to Indow’s Acoustic Grade window inserts and enjoy up to 70% noise reduction in addition to all of the temperature regulation and energy efficiency benefits mentioned above.
Learn more about how Indow inserts can improve your home’s energy efficiency and save you money. Talk to one of our experts today and get a free estimate!
After upgrading your home’s energy efficiency with Indow inserts, save your invoice, receipt, and a copy of the Manufacturer’s Certification Statement (which we will provide for you). You’ll need these documents when you file your tax returns to take advantage of this tax credit. If you have any questions about how to file or if you qualify, we recommend meeting with a tax professional.
To claim the tax credits on your 2023 tax return, your inserts must be shipped by December 28th, 2023. Because of winter production lead times, we recommend that you order your inserts by November 13, 2023. Inserts shipped after 12/28/2023 are eligible to be applied to your 2024 tax return
For more information, check out the White House’s handy guide on Clean Energy Savings included within the Inflation Reduction Act to learn about even more ways you can save money while improving the energy efficiency of your home.
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*Indow is a certified manufacturer of “eligible building envelope components” (window inserts) that may qualify for the Inflation Reduction Act tax credit pursuant Section 25C of IRS Notice 2022-48
**To qualify for this credit, your window inserts must be installed in a primary dwelling unit located in the United States.
*** $1,200 is the maximum allowable credit for all qualified energy efficiency improvements in a tax year. Due to the complexity and uniqueness of tax law, we recommend consulting a tax advisor if you are uncertain about your eligibility for this credit.