Posts written by: Chase Smythe

Did you go green in 2015? You might be able to get more money back as you’re filing your taxes this year.

Congress just renewed the previously expired Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit, which means any qualified efficiency updates you made in the last year are eligible for credits when filing your taxes.

If you haven’t upgraded yet, but are thinking about it, there’s still time to cash in on the tax breaks. Initially expired in 2014, the efficiency tax credit has been retroactively renewed from January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2016.

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It’s important to know the age of your water heater because if it is more than 10 years old it can be susceptible to more problems. The more problems a water heater has, the more chances it has to fail and potentially cause damage to your home.

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Your furnace has stopped giving you that warm fuzzy feeling. Sounds like it may be a good time for an upgrade or repair, don’t you think? Don’t wait until your furnace leaves you high and dry on a chilly fall or winter night.

It may be time to bring in a replacement if your furnace is showing any of these signs:

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