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Propane appliances continue to make more sense
than ever for Builders and Homeowners.

With federal energy efficiency tax credits available for 2009 and rebates currently being offered by local propane marketers, builders and homeowners will now be able to save up to $1,000 by installing appliances powered by environmentally friendly propane fuel.

Under the omnibus financial rescue legislation that was signed into law on October 3, 2008, homeowners can receive up to $500 in energy efficiency tax credits for propane appliances purchased in 2009. Homeowners that install high-efficiency propane water heaters, furnaces, and boilers are eligible to receive the tax credits. In addition, $500 rebates are being offered in 2008 and 2009 by local propane marketers for propane water heating and central heating system equipment.

In addition to the rebates and consumer tax credits, builders are eligible for a tax credit of up to $2,000 per home. The home must be certified to use at least 50% less energy of the heating and cooling energy of a comparable home that meets the standards of the 2003 International Energy Conservation Code.

So, if you are planning new construction projects in 2009, you and your customers now have a significant financial incentive to install propane appliances in your homes. Also, high-efficiency propane appliances are great products if you build green homes or if your customer is environmentally conscious. Not only will these energy-efficient products lower your customers' monthly energy bills, they also are more environmentally friendly than appliances fueled by oil or electricity produced from coal.

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