QUALIFYING GUARDIAN FIBERGLASS, INC. PRODUCTS
|Unfaced Fiberglass Insulation
||Kraft Faced Fiberglass Insulation
||Foil Faced Insulation
|Fiberglass Insulation Systems
Faced Metal Building Insulation
||Attic Access Covers
|Loosefill Fiberglass Insulation
Unfaced Metal Building Insulation
||Spray Foam Insulation
|Insulation Accessory Products
||CWI (Cavity Wall Insulation)
||EShield 11000 Reflective Insulation
|Solarguard Reflective Insulation
||Pro-Guard Reflective Insulation
||UltraMax Super R Reflective Insulation
|GuardWrap 10 Housewrap
GuardWrap HP NXT Housewrap
||GuardWrap LP NXT Housewrap
The qualification criteria includes the following restrictions:
- The tax credit for insulation is only available for existing homes.
- Insulation R-value requirements must be determined from the Dept of Energy R-value map.
- The insulation must be installed in the applicant's primary residence.
- Homeowners will likely need to complete IRS 5695 (Residential Energy Credits) as part of their 2009 or 2010 income tax returns to claim the credit.
Homeowners are required to maintain records stating that the insulation meets the qualification requirements.
- A Manufacturer's Certification is a signed statement from the manufacturer certifying that the products or component qualifies for tax credit. In the context, "component" refers to a building component, not a component of a product. Taxpayers must keep a copy of the certification statement for their records, but do not have to submit a copy with their tax return.
- The IRS Regulations pertaining to the 2005 Law are available at www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-06-26.pdf, and stakeholders are encouraged to refer to the IRS website for developments and further guidance regarding the current tax credit.
ASK AN EXPERT
If you have questions regarding Guardian Fiberglass, Inc. material performance, supply channel options or material availability, please contact Guardian Fiberglass, Inc. Sales and Support Team at (800) 609-8373. Please refer to IRS website for guidance regarding how to claim the tax credits offered under the current law.
Please review our other related information including the Department of Energy recommendations for insulation in your area of the country.