Helping Prevent Money From Flying Out The Window, Federal Tax Credit On Energy Efficient Window Coverings
Going green has truly reached nearly every area of life, from reusable grocery bags to cell phone cases made of bottle caps. In the window covering industry, green is not just one of the shade color options, but rather it can be a way of saving money and lowering those energy bills.
Companies such as Hunter Douglas have come up with ways not just to save energy but also to put more money in your pocket. Around the holiday season, it is always nice to save a few dollars here and there, so why not let your windows do the saving for you?
On select energy efficient products from Hunter Douglas, customers can qualify for a Federal Tax Credit up to $1,500 when they purchase select energy efficient window coverings. Customers must purchase the covering and have them installed by December 31, 2010, just in time for the New Year. Obviously, this a time sensitive credit, so those looking to redo their window covering for nosy relatives coming over for the holidays or just to save on their energy bill, will have to act quickly.
One of the qualifying products is the Duette Architella Honeycomb Shade. Honeycomb proves sweet for your energy bill in more ways than one with these shades. The honeycomb within a honeycomb design yields the highest level of energy efficiency in the country. The coverings boast of reducing energy loss up to 50%.
Most of us don’t turn to our windows for extra cash. The saying of money flying out the window holds true for those without energy saving window coverings. Instead of watching money fly out with the latest blizzard, any home can keep the extra cash with the federal tax credit on efficient window coverings, especially when they need it most throughout the holiday season.