Find out what rebates are available in your area:
IRS – The Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit
The Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit is aimed at homeowners installing energy efficient improvements such as insulation, new windows and furnaces. The credit is more limited than in the past years, but can still provide substantial tax savings.
- The 2011 credit rate is 10 percent of the cost of qualified energy efficiency improvements. Energy efficiency improvements include adding insulation, energy-efficient exterior windows and doors and certain roofs. The cost of installing these items does not count.
- The credit can also be claimed for the cost of residential energy property, including labor costs for installation. Residential energy property includes certain high-efficiency heating and air conditioning systems, water heaters and stoves that burn biomass fuel.
- The credit has a lifetime limit of $500, of which only $200 may be used for windows. If the total of nonbusiness energy property credits taken in prior years since 2005 is more than $500, the credit may not be claimed in 2011.
- Qualifying improvements must be placed into service to the taxpayer’s principal residence located in the United States before January 1, 2012.
Form – http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f5695.pdf
North American Insulation Manufacturers Association
Sometimes it literally pays to invest in the energy efficiency of your home or building with fiber glass, rock wool, and slag wool insulation.
For instance, there are a number of Federal, state, or local utility incentive and rebate programs available to builders and building owners who invest in energy efficiency improvements such as insulation.
Check the resources listed below for incentives or rebates for your commercial, industrial, or residential insulation investment:
WEATHERIZATION FOR AVISTA ELECTRIC / NATURAL GAS HEATED HOMES
Please note: Incentives are available for the addition of new insulation that increases the R-Value by R10 or greater (both fitted/batt type and blown-in). Insulation must be installed only where such cavities separate conditioned from unconditioned areas of the residence.
Insulation must be contractor installed. Contractor must certify existing and new levels of insulation and your bill must be itemized. Square footage, R-Value ratings, and cost must be itemized on the invoice in addition to the being listed on the rebate form.
Ceiling and Attic Insulation
A 15 cents per square foot incentive is available if existing insulation level is R-19 or less.
A 25 cent per square foot incentive is available if existing insulation is R-5 or less. Any insulation installed outside the cavity, such as siding applications, does not meet incentive requirements.
A 20 cent per square foot incentive is available if existing insulation is R-5 or less. Any insulation installed outside the cavity, such as siding applications, does not meet incentive requirements.
Customer usage will be reviewed and must demonstrate electric straight resistance was the previous primary heat source.
Click Here for the Editable Form –
Rebates for Inland Power customers are 40 cents per square foot. Please download and read both the Weatherization Specifications Agreement and the Rebate form.
Click here for Weatherization Specifications Agreement
Click here for the Rebate Form