Up to $1,500 Back on 2010 Returns
Not only do Therma-Tru doors help save you money on energy costs, but now homeowners can get up $1,500 cash back through The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
As part of this Economic Stimulus package, homeowners are eligible for a 30 percent tax credit on qualifying products used for energy-efficient home improvements made throughout 2009 to 2010.* Please visit
for more information.
How do I qualify for the tax credit?
- Purchase and install a qualified Therma-Tru product from 01/01/09 through 12/31/10.*
- The product must be installed in taxpayer’s principal residence (installation costs not eligible).
- Products must have both a U-Factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) of 0.30 or lower.
- For your own record keeping, save your sales receipt (showing the individual price of each qualifying product)
and the manufacturer certification statement.
- Claim your tax credit for the year the home improvement was made.
How do I know which products qualify?
The chart below allows you to easily identify whether or not your product qualifies. It should be noted that the chart is not required when filing for the tax credit. It is for your reference only.
Product Qualification Chart
Taxpayers should download a copy of the Manufacturer’s Certification Statement for their own personal records, but do not have to submit a copy with their tax return.
Manufacturer Certification Statement
Looking for more information?
To help homeowners better understand the energy tax credit and more quickly recoup up to $1,500, Therma-Tru has launched an educational microsite and YouTube video on MyEnergyTax.com. Through the microsite and video, Therma-Tru simplifies the tax credit, provides the tools needed to claim the credit and offers a frequently asked questions section so homeowners can easily find the answers they need. Visit MyEnergyTax.com.
*For products purchased between January 1, 2009 and February 16, 2009, the terms of the tax credit are less clear. The Internal Revenue Service will likely clarify these terms in guidance documents, which are expected to be released later this year.
Therma-Tru is not a legal or tax advisor. The above information is not comprehensive and is not intended to substitute for the advice of a lawyer or professional tax advisor. Therma-Tru expressly disclaims any responsibility for determining whether or not a door purchase will qualify for the energy tax credit or whether or not a purchaser will receive the tax credit. Therma-Tru recommends that consumers consult their tax advisors and review IRS guidelines prior to purchasing any door product. For further details on the energy tax credit, check the