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The Vinyl Replacement Windows Buyer's Guide

Financial Incentives Save You Money on Replacement Windows

A Directory of Rebates, Tax Credits and Low Interest Loans


In 2011, the federal government, along with many state and local governments, have set aside money to encourage you to upgrade your old, drafty windows with new, energy-efficient replacement windows. These financial incentives generally come in three forms. Rebates give you a discount on the cost of installing replacement windows. The rebates are usually a percentage of the cost up to a maximum cap. Tax credits give you a break on your income taxes when you install replacement windows. And low interest loans help you get financing to pay for the project. Sometimes, these loans are interest-free. Check out the directory below to see if there's an incentive program in your area.


State Community Type Savings  
California Long Beach Rebate Up to $500
California Riverside Rebate $1 per sq. ft.
DC Washington Rebate 50% up to $1000
Georgia Atlanta Rebate Up to $2000
Georgia Most Rebate Up to $1850
Florida Fort Lauderdale Rebate 50% up to $1000
Massachusetts All Loan 0% interest
Virginia All Rebate 20% up to $595
USA (all states) Tax Credit 10% up to $500

Buyer's Guide Contents
Why Vinyl Windows
New Construction vs. Retrofit Windows
Getting Estimates
Vinyl Window Features
Exterior Appearance
Energy Efficiency Ratings
Building Codes, Permits and Fire Codes
Installation Process
Life with Our New Vinyl Windows
Window Rebates & Credits
2011 Federal Tax Credit
Atlanta, GA Rebate
Georgia Power Rebate
Long Beach, CA Rebate
Virginia State Rebate
Window Manufacturers
Before and After Photos
Vinyl Windows
Vinyl Patio Doors

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