$1,500 Tax Credit for Homeowners

Homeowners looking to upgrade their windows and take advantage of the government's energy tax credit have until the end of 2010 to qualify for up to $1,500 in federal tax credit.

"Now is the time to save green -- both in your wallet, with lower long-term energy bills, and with the federal tax credit," says Christopher Burk, product manager for Simonton Windows. "With energy-efficient vinyl windows you can start saving on energy bills the day your new windows are installed. Then you get additional savings at the end of the year from the government."

According to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, homeowners can gain a tax credit of up to 30 percent of the cost of qualifying energy efficient upgrades to a maximum of $1,500 per household until the end of 2010.

To make life easier for homeowners, Simonton Windows offers a variety of competitively-priced Energy Tax Credit (ETC) glass packages that are guaranteed to qualify for the tax credit and are built to provide optimal thermal performance.

"It's easy to match up the qualifying windows with your home's personal style and design," says Burk. "Simply visit www.simonton.com/taxcredit to learn more about windows that can add comfort and beauty to your home while giving you a substantial tax credit at the end of this year."

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