Minneapolis Public Housing Authority

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I had an 8x10 porch built which covers my back door and kitchen windows. Does this qualify as an Energy Efficiency Improvement by IRS standards?
Mar 20, 2015
From what I've found online it does not qualify unfortuantly. "The credit applies to improvements such as adding insulation, energy efficient exterior windows and energy-efficient heating and air con ... read more
What are they best types of windows to preserve heat in the winter and cool air in the summer for residential homes?
Feb 18, 2014
Since 80% of a window is glass, it is always wise to pick the right glass for the direction the window faces in your home.  LowE 366 Argon filled glass for the south and west exposures may be the best ... read more

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