Save $200 on Replacement Windows
Save $300 on New Doors (with windows)
Save $500 on New Doors
As part of the “fiscal cliff” compromise, Congress has reinstated federal energy tax credits for homeowners who improve the efficiency of their homes by installing EnergyStar® rated replacement windows. The new tax credit is $200 for replacement windows and $300 for energy efficient doors (with windows) and $500 for doors alone. That means you can save $500 when replacing your old, drafty windows and doors with new, energy efficient Homecraft® windows and doors!
Every replacement window installed in Pennsylvania or Delaware by Homecraft® carries the EnergyStar® rating, which qualified them for the federal energy tax credit of $200. Our WindBlocker replacement windows feature insulated frames and high performance thermal glass packages that create an effective barrier to energy transfer into and out of your home. That means you’ll stay warmer all winter and cooler all summer long. Plus your home’s heating system and air conditioner won’t have to operate as frequently, resulting in significant savings on energy fuel costs.
Homecraft® also installs beautiful wood-framed Andersen replacement windows that have also received the coveted EnergyStar® rating. This qualifies our Andersen replacement windows for the $200 tax credit.
The federal energy tax credits are also available on the installation of energy efficient entry doors installed by Homecraft®. You can completely transform your home’s entry and save $500 in the process!
Don’t miss this limited time opportunity to save up to $500 when your replace your home’s windows and doors. Your Homecraft® replacement windows representative has all the details and paperwork necessary to claim your federal energy tax credits. Call today for additional information and to schedule a free in-home consultation.
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Call Homecraft®, today at 1-877-494-6369 to schedule a FREE in-home consultation and estimate for your home improvement project from the leading company for replacement windows in Delaware and Pennsylvania.