IRS Section 25c tax credit for insulation and home sealing products is in effect through December 31, 2016.
- How Much: 10% of the cost (not including installation), up to $500.
- Timing: Must be installed in your "principal residence" between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2016.
- Details: Typical bulk insulation products can qualify, such as batts, rolls, and blow-in fibers
- How to Apply: File the IRS Tax Form 5695 (Instructions)
There are many additional financial incentives for making your home more energy-efficient including local rebates, grants and loans. Check out the following resources for more information on programs available in your state:
For more information, visit the CertainTeed Energy Tax Credit page.
To help you determine how much insulation you will need or need to add, visit our insulation calculator which provides the current minimum International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) levels.
IRS Form 5695 - 2015
Rebates and Incentives Calculator
CertainTeed Manufacturer's Certification Statement
Energy Star Tax Credit Information
IRS Consumer Guide