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American Recovery & Reinvestment Act

Means that you can
finally have a
beautiful & insulated
garage door,
save on your
heating bills,
reduce your carbon
increase the look
and value of your home & get a
$1500 tax credit!


A garage is usually the single biggest non-insulated area in homes & typically acts as a freezer for the rest of the home. Your garage door is your home’s last line of defense against mother nature’s frigid temperatures. Let us create an airtight seal and stop the drafts now!

Our garage doors will not only reduce your energy bills, but they are also beautiful. We have a master craftsman that lovingly and skillfully constructs our doors. Choose from our wide selection of styles or have us create custom doors. Check out more of our craftsmanship in our updated gallery that features new pictures displayed in a slideshow!

Tired of losing heat through your garage? Want to stop wasting natural resources to heat the outside and beautify your home at the same time? Want a tax credit up to $1500? You must act quickly to qualify for the credit.

REPLACING a garage door in 2009 and 2010 won't just add style and curb appeal to your home – it can also save you money off the bottom line (up to $1500) of your income taxes.

The stimulus legislation signed by President Obama on Feb, 17, 2009 provides tax credits for energy-efficient home improvements, including qualifying insulated garage doors. That means that adding a new garage door in 2009 or 2010 can save you money by helping to lower home energy consumption and costs, AND it will help pay for itself this year through the tax credit incentive.

Here’s how it works:

  • The tax credits are available for garage door purchases "placed in service" from Jan. 1, 2009, through Dec. 31, 2010.
  • Your tax credit is based on the total material cost of the purchase (the cost of installation does not qualify). The tax credit is equal to the sum of 30% of all qualified energy-saving improvements installed in an existing home in the calendar years of 2009 and 2010.
  • The maximum amount a taxpayer may claim is $1500 over the lifetime of the tax credit.
  • The door must have a U-factor equal to or less than 0.30. If the door contains windows, the door must offer a Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) equal to or less than 0.30. Ask your professional dealer/installer if your door qualifies.
  • The door must be an insulated residential garage door.
  • It must be installed on an insulated garage.
  • The door perimeter must have a means to control air infiltration. 
  • The door must be expected to remain in service for at least five years
  • The garage must be part of the taxpayer's principal U.S. residence.
  • New construction does NOT qualify
  • For complete information on this credit, please go to

We will provide you with a manufacturer's certification statement and a breakdown of the material and labor costs.
Insulated garage doors can make a noticeable difference in the temperature of your home. If your home has an attached garage, chances are the room next to your garage is one of the coldest rooms in the winter. Cold air in the winter (and warm air in the summer) can sneak in through the garage and into your home, increasing the amount of energy your home needs for heating and air conditioning.

Take advantage of our free quote and consultation. Call us now at 970-468-0268.


For more online information on the garage door tax credit, go to:
EnergyStar Rebates & Tax Credits
IRS Energy Provisions of the Recovery & Reinvestment Act

 For manufacturer certificates, go to:
Ankmar Manufacturer Certificate
CHI Manufacturer Certificate

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