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Uncle Sam trying to push everybody to be more -- and -- -- it's not a surprise that there are tax breaks available for those.
And make their homes more environmentally friendly here to tell us all about -- Make your home a little bit more energy efficient for the winner is department that re vision executive director.
-- -- -- Erin great to see you again Eric we don't just talk about the central -- kind of court tax break people can get.
It's up to a 15100 dollar maximum credit for new windows doors ripping -- what is the one thing you think people miss that they should focus on in order to get this break.
I think the things that people missed most of the easy things.
Simple weather -- nation and around windows and doors insulating your attic.
Putting on raiding various ornery group think these are kind of simple things that people to do over -- -- that pay themselves back almost immediately.
Is there -- any income cap on any these tax credits that you get.
No and they're probably shouldn't be I mean if you think about it our existing infrastructure buildings really is what needs to change.
So we waste about two million barrels of oil a day.
Because of under insulated buildings in this country and meanwhile we're importing one point six and Saudi Arabia every day so we can easily kind of negate the one.
An offset the other.
And the people out there who you deal with -- are people taking advantage of these tax breaks.
Look at there's another and we didn't even mention that it is bigger with no cap -- say.
Solar water heaters in the like even a wind -- No most people don't even know about these things in there there there for the taking.
I -- to spend a lot of time educating clients and people about about the availability of these things and done.
I think every homeowner should take a look because there -- things they might have done in the past year that would help them qualify.
Yet you know -- planned to.
What is the different -- certain limits right -- 792% efficiency type things for certain jobs -- heaters.
And of course the more efficient you go the more expensive it gets and so a lot of consumers.
May balance that out say I want had to pay a little more of get the credit but I don't know how much exactly else save.
Is this -- situations what really does pay to spend a little more because you're easily going to make it back.
Oh absolutely and you know the average homeowners -- 2000 dollars a year just on energy and utilities for their home.
And even things that they could easily -- just by being smarter about their choices so this is it the perfect example of spending a little more front.
-- paid for it for itself in less -- here.
Eric thank you for that was good to see you Eric Corey -- Urban re vision director and -- principal of organic archive.
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