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Now more than ever, insulation and air sealing pay off! New federal income tax credits are available through 2032—providing up to $1,200 each year to lower the cost of energy-efficient home upgrades. Check out these unique ways to cover some of your project costs through the tax credits and rebates available to you.
The Residential Efficiency Tax Credit offers homeowners the opportunity to receive a tax credit of 30% for insulation and air sealing materials installed in their primary residence—up to $1,200 in costs. The credit is available on a yearly basis until December 31, 2032. After installation, use IRS Form 5695 to apply for the credit.
Learn more about the federal insulation tax credit here.
Rebates are available for homeowners who make performance-based whole home efficiency upgrades. The rebate savings include:
The DOE Electrification Program offers rebates for insulation, air sealing and ventilation upgrades for eligible homeowners. Specifications include:
Learn if you qualify for these or any other rebates in your area at www.dsireusa.org.
The federal government has enhanced the financial incentives available for builders like you who construct energy-efficient homes and structures. For new homes and units acquired on or after January 1, 2023, the base level tax credit will be specifically tied to ENERGY STAR® certification for single-family, manufactured and multifamily homes and either ENERGY STAR or the Zero Energy Ready Home requirements for single-family homes.
The tax credit amount applies until December 31, 2032. See your tax professional for details on how to qualify and claim this credit.
Learn more about federal energy tax credits for homebuilders here.