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You need to speak to an accountant on this one. Just be sure you have all your paperwork to document what was done. Perhaps the installer has forms for this as well. You may also try the manufactures web site for more information regarding what shingles they offer that has this rebate. Not all are covered in this program.
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While many of the products eligible for the new tax credit are the unsung heroes of home energy savings – heaters, water pumps, air conditioners – energy efficient replacement windows and doors are included,
In the United States, a 30% tax credit of the total cost of roof materials is provided by the government. This has a limit of $1500 and this does not include the installation or the labor costs. Hence this is suitable for repairs in the later stages.