Spray foam has many cost benefits including lowering energy bills through improved efficiency and reduced air loss. It’s a great way to invest in your home or building and could save you money specifically by installing smaller HVAC systems, using fewer framing and roofing materials and employing one product that could provide three functions: insulator, air barrier and moisture barrier, which could lower construction costs.
Tax Credits, Rebates, and Incentives for Spray Foam
Purchasing a new home with spray foam or retrofitting your existing home may qualify you for tax credits, rebates, and other incentives. To find available local and state incentives, visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE) at http://www.dsireusa.org/.
Get Up to a $1,200 Federal Tax Credit by Insulating with Spray Foam
Ways to Save
SPF could save you money in the following ways*:
- Improved efficiency and reduced air loss could lower energy bills.
- Builders could install smaller HVAC systems, using fewer framing and roofing materials and employ one product that could provide three functions: insulator, air barrier and moisture barrier, which could lower construction costs.
- Spray foam offers home and building owners opportunities to lower maintenance costs on roofing systems.
- Homeowners, builders and architects may be able to qualify for tax incentives, rebates, grants or certifications.
- By improving the resiliency of your home and mitigating repairs post climate related disasters.
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