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Is it True that Virginia has an Energy Rebate?

Tax Credits…and Energy Rebates…and Discounts—Oh my!

 

I have been in this business for 25 years, and I have never seen a government program that offered this much money toward windows and doors replacements! Virginia’s Energy Efficiency Rebate Program offers homeowners an exceptional opportunity to make energy-efficient home improvements extremely affordable.

Just take a look at these figures: the State rebate amount pays 20% of the cost, up to $2,000 per household, on new replacement windows or doors–and that includes the cost of labor to install them. Plus, the Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy is paying up to $250 for you to get an energy audit.

And don’t forget that $1500 federal tax credit we’ve all been talking about. So with the 20% from the State of VA and the 30% from the federal government, you can cover your replacement window costs to a total of $3500. That’s pretty good.

I’m on the energy conservation bandwagon too, so if you are interested in replacing your windows and/or doors or improving your energy efficiency with a new awning window, see what finance programs and end-of-year discounts we’re offering.

In order to be eligible for the Virginia Residential Energy Efficiency rebate, you must first register with the program. Start the process by reserving the funds for your window or door replacement project with the Division of Energy. Funds will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis, so you have to act now, because you won’t want to miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime combination of savings.

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Gerry Rogers is the President of Mr. Rogers Windows

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