If you purchase select energy-saving products from 1/2/12 – 12/31/13, you may be qualified to receive a federal tax credit. Eligible products include: HVAC, doors, windows, insulation, appliances, washers & dryers, toilets, faucets, showerheads, programmable thermostats, LED & CFL light bulbs and more. *Limit of $200 tax credit for windows.
Explore the tax credit eligible products and determine your
2012 - 2013 purchase qualifies for the credit.
Visit energystar.gov/taxcredits and consult your Tax Advisor to find out how you may be eligible for a federal tax credit under the"Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010".
Purchase select energy-saving products from 1/1/12 – 12/31/13from The Home Depot. Keep your receipts and print your manufacturer's certification.Tax credits are available at up to$500 maximum per homeowner.
File for tax credit on your qualifying energy efficient home improvements placed in service by 12/31/13. Consult your Tax Advisor for appropriate forms.
Qualifying for federal tax credits is easy when you shop at The Home Depot. By purchasing energy efficient Eco Options and Energy Star products, you can reap the benefits by earning an energy tax credit on your next federal income tax return. It’s a very easy process because we carry many products that qualify, from water heaters and HVAC units to insulation and various sealants.
Add insulation to your attic, basement or crawl space and you’ll qualify. Caulk around your doors and windows, and you’ll qualify. Replace old single pane windows with energy efficient replacement windows and you’ll qualify. There are many more home improvement products that qualify for a tax credit. Take stock of your home and see where you can improve energy efficiency and reap the benefits of saving energy and money and gaining federal income tax credits.
To see if you qualify for tax credit, consult your tax advisor and visit energystar.gov/taxcredits. Your purchase may qualify under the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010. Consult your tax advisor for the appropriate forms.