CertainTeed Corp. is starting a Web site to encourage homeowners to save money -- and energy -- on their 2010 taxes with efficient products.
As 2009 tax season ends, CertainTeed
Corp. is starting a Web site to encourage homeowners to plan ahead and save
money next year by purchasing energy-efficient products.
$787 billion economic stimulus bill signed by President Barack Obama in
February includes a number of tax breaks when consumers buy energy-saving
products. CertainTeed explains it all at here . The site tells how homeowners
can save up to $1,500 on 2010’s tax bill by purchasing added insulation and
“With unpredictable home energy
costs, the growing consumer demand for eco-friendly products and interest in
the federal tax credits, energy efficiency is top of mind for many homeowners,”
said CertainTeed President Peter Dachowski. “As North America’s leading brand
for building products for more than 100 years, we want to show homeowners how
they can reinvest in their homes to save now on their bills and next year on
CertainTeed launches tax-tips Web site
April 16, 2009