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  • Power Vent WH's... tax credit?

    I use Bradford White water heaters. Anyone know if the 40's and 50's power vent heaters qualify for the tax credit? If so, do we have to do any paperwork for the customer or is that handled by them.
    I haven't done any of the tax credits yet but I've been getting more calls about it. Thanks.

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    Re: Power Vent WH's... tax credit?

    Hi,


    Eligible Appliances States have the flexibility to select which residential ENERGY STARĀ® qualified appliances to include in their programs and the individual rebate amount for each appliance. DOE recommends that states and territories focus their program efforts on heating and cooling equipment, appliances, and water heaters as these products offer the greatest energy savings potential. ENERGY STARĀ® qualified appliance categories eligible for rebates include: central air conditioners, heat pumps (air source and geothermal), boilers, furnaces (oil and gas), room air conditioners, clothes washers, dishwashers, freezers, refrigerators, and water heaters.

    Hope this helps,

    Joseph
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      Re: Power Vent WH's... tax credit?

      I was told that not all water heaters qualify for the tax credit. Also, I'm talking about the 30% federal tax credit, not local rebates.
      My question was more specific regarding the "power vent" water heater by Bradford White. More specifically the TTW1 FVIR Defender Energy Saver Power Vent 40 and 50 gallons.

      If anyone has had experience with these water heaters and the tax credit I sure would be interested. Tried searching, coming up empty.

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        Re: Power Vent WH's... tax credit?

        Originally posted by ironranger View Post
        I was told that not all water heaters qualify for the tax credit. Also, I'm talking about the 30% federal tax credit, not local rebates.
        My question was more specific regarding the "power vent" water heater by Bradford White. More specifically the TTW1 FVIR Defender Energy Saver Power Vent 40 and 50 gallons.

        If anyone has had experience with these water heaters and the tax credit I sure would be interested. Tried searching, coming up empty.
        Here's a list of Energy Star rated water heaters:

        http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?...y_products_pdf


        Also another thread with some other links that may help

        http://www.ridgidforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=24305

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        • #5
          Re: Power Vent WH's... tax credit?

          Originally posted by ironranger View Post
          I was told that not all water heaters qualify for the tax credit. Also, I'm talking about the 30% federal tax credit, not local rebates.
          My question was more specific regarding the "power vent" water heater by Bradford White. More specifically the TTW1 FVIR Defender Energy Saver Power Vent 40 and 50 gallons.

          If anyone has had experience with these water heaters and the tax credit I sure would be interested. Tried searching, coming up empty.
          "energy star" label = Tax credit

          NO "energy star" label = no tax credit
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            Re: Power Vent WH's... tax credit?

            Thank you.

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            • #7
              Re: Power Vent WH's... tax credit?

              You have to have a Manufacturer Certification Statement and they need to keep the receipts. I had new triple pane windows put in and I was able to receive the tax credit for that and that is all I had to do to get my tax credit.

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