Priority #4 – Get Efficient
Budget to make a smart and eco-friendly investment in your home such as:
Going tankless. Installing a tankless hot water heater (depending on size) is an attractive energy-efficient upgrade for today's homeowners and buyers…and it will save you between 10-20% on your utility bills monthly and again you can get a tax credit up to 1500 for 2010 taxes.
Thinking bigger? replace worn out windows, doors and attached garage door to get the most of the 2010 tax credit. Replace existing air conditioning for a new efficient one or furnace.
Installing ceiling fans. Ceiling fans aren't just decorative – they're an easy way to reduce your overall energy consumption during hot summer months.
Need a new washer dryer leave the old behind and get a new one for your new home.
Make sure always to speak with your tax professional about the tax credit.
This information is deemd reliable but not guaranteed.