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Energy Tax Credits for Windows, Doors, and Skylights

On February 17, President Barak Obama signed into law the American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009. The Act provides a considerable increase in the dollar amount of energy tax credits allowed to homeowners who make energy efficient improvements to their homes in 2009 and 2010. The Act, as it relates to windows and doors, allows homeowners to receive a tax credit based on 30% of the total cost of the qualifying energy-efficient windows and doors with a maximum lifetime cap of $1,500 per household*. Note that not all product being replaced needs to meet the 0.30 u-factor/SHGC requirements. Since the maximum tax credit is limited to $1,500 per household, only $5,000 of the actual new product installed is required to meet the u-factor/SHGC values noted in the Act and still provide the homeowner with the maximum $1,500 tax credit.

Disclaimer: This information is provided only as a summary of the Act as it relates to energy-efficient window replacement. Please consult a tax professional for advice or the IRS on your individual tax credit qualifications. To learn more about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and qualifying tax credits, visit Energy Star®'s website at

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