If your zip code qualifies, The U.S. Department of Energy will finance energy efficient windows for your family’s home!
Thanks to a little-known government program, middle class homeowners in specific zip codes can get $1,000’s in tax credits and rebates to install new energy efficient windows for $0 out of their own pocket.
Millions of Americans who would love to change their old windows don’t realize the government could cover all the expenses. Millions of Americans actually qualify for free energy efficient windows and they don’t even realize it.
How Does it Work?
The government would like as many people as possible to switch to this type of window. Here’s why: Energy efficient windows are cheaper(due to lower energy consumption), better for long term economic strength and good for the environment. Here’s an example of how “changing your old windows ” could affect what you pay:
The problem is that the cost of these windows are expensive so in order to get more Americans to go with energy efficient windows the U.S. Government is quietly giving away free windows to families who qualify.
This allows homeowners like you to finally have new energy efficient windows to reduce your energy consumption, help the environment and save you some dollars on your energy bill for your home, potentially for $0 down. The U.S. government will help you cover the expense with generous tax credits, rebates, and incentives. It’s a serious score for homeowners!
Find out if your zip code qualifies.
The Time to Act is Right Now
You probably haven’t heard about this program before because just like so many tax breaks and incentives, it’s just put out there with little fanfare and only the insiders take advantage of these incentives.
How Do I Find Out if I Qualify?
It’s 100% free to see if you qualify, and takes about one short minute.
Step 1: Click your state on the map, and enter your zip code to instantly check your eligibility for free.
Step 2: You will find out if your area qualifies and how much you will save. Many families save BIG on energy costs, simply by changing their windows and taking advantage of government programs like these.
About the Author
Jennifer has been writing articles about consumer energy related topics since 2014. Since then, she has taken on the role of Director of Content, where she oversees the strategy and production of every piece of content that the company creates, including blog posts, reviews, the newsletter, social media and others. Since the beginning of her career, Her writing has been published by numerous nationally-recognized news websites, including USA Today, Business Insider, Wired Insights and American City Business Journals, among others. She is an alumna of San Jose State University, where she earned a B.S. in Journalism.