Your 2016 Energy Tax Credit For Shutters Mounted In San Jose, CA When you order new shutters in 2016, you maybe be able to enjoy more than just your beautiful window treatments. Depending on the product, you can take advantage of tax credits! If you bought the Polywood Shutter Insulating System from Sunburst Shutters San Jose in 2016, you may be eligible for the 2016 Federal Energy Tax Credit. And reach out to your tax specialist for any other questions about this tax credit. Which Sunburst Shutters San Jose Product Qualifies For The 2016 Energy Tax Credit? Polywood® Shutter Insulating Systems qualify for the Federal Tax Credit under the category of “Insulating Products.” Polywood is specifically designed to reduce heat loss or gain in a home or building and meets the requirements established for insulating systems as set forth by the IRS and IECC. How Much Is The 2016 Energy Tax Credit For Polywood Shutters? San Jose homeowners may be eligible for a tax credit for energy efficient window treatments of 10% of the cost, up to a maximum credit of $500. This credit only applies to Polywood Shutters mounted between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2016. How Do Polywood Shutters Lead To Energy Savings? Polywood shutters are fashioned from a synthetic material created with energy savings in mind. We set up weather stripping on the vertical ends of the shutter panel so that the shutters insulate against heat gain/loss when closed. No other window shutters in San Jose, CA has these these qualities! Polywood shutters lessen airflow by up to 45%. They block temperature by 30 degrees. And they’re found to enhance the solar heat gain, R Value, and U Factor of any window. This means your furnace doesn’t have to be working all the time to maintain your house at a cozy temperature - and substantial energy savings for you! Find out more about Polywood and how it has become the most energy efficient plantation shutter in San Jose. How To Apply For Your 2016 Energy Tax Credit, San Jose! For the 2016 credit, you must have purchased and had us install the Polywood Shutter Insulating System for your existing home between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2016. Print the Polywood 2016 Manufacturer’s Certification Statement. Fill out the information on the certificate. Attach your sales receipt that shows the amount paid for the product. Print and complete the IRS form 5695 and take all items to your tax preparer for submission. Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions is not a tax preparer or advisor and cannot make recommendations to assist taxpayers in obtaining tax credits. All taxpayers are advised to consult with a licensed tax professional concerning their tax status and their ability to apply for or receive a tax credit as part of the Federal Tax Credit for Energy Efficiency.