Homebuyers remodeling trends to watch for in 2021

Many homeowners spent 2020 actively pursuing long pushed-aside projects but are now looking to the future. As we move further into this year, it’s anticipated that people will continue to spend more time in their homes. Additionally, remote work is likely to be a permanent move for many. Both of these factors will play a significant role in shaping 2021 home remodeling trends. ...

New tips on how to save energy costs for 2021

Many families spent more time at home in 2020, which led to higher energy bills for most households. It’s time to take control of your energy use, look for ways to reduce your bills and diminish your carbon footprint.

The following tips will help you lower your energy consumption in 2021. ...

How the Solar Investment Tax Credit Works

You may have heard lots about the Solar Incentive Tax Credit (ITC) when purchasing your solar system but are a little unsure exactly how it works. In short, the ITC allows you to deduct up to 26% of the cost of your solar energy system from your federal taxes. This is in fact one of the main benefits of financing your solar system opposed to signing a lease or PPA where you will not receive this lucrative tax credit ...

How to Claim the Federal Tax Credit

Now that you’ve determined you are eligible for the Solar Incentive Tax Credit (ITC), you are most likely wondering where to start to claim your credit. First off, you will need to complete the IRS Form 5695, “Residential Energy Credits” in order to claim your credit. Then, you will need to add your renewable energy credit information to your 1040 form. Below is a helpful walk through of how to complete the 5695 Form and claim your Solar ITC. ...