Every day the world becomes more industrialized and uses more energy. Unfortunately, that energy costs more and more to find and bring to your home. These market conditions will continue to drive up the most significant costs of operating our homes and businesses - heating and cooling. Energsmart's products - especially foam insulation - drastically reduce the amount of energy used in the buildings we insulate. Not only does that lower your bills immediately, but when gas and electricity prices go up in the future, your wallet will only take a fraction of the hit that fiberglass insulated buildings will see. Not only are our products best-in-class, but so is our experience. We have thousands of successfully completed projects under our belt and Energsmart likely has the most experienced installers in the region. For added peace of mind, rest assured knowing Energsmart has never had a single complaint filed against it with the Better Business Bureau. Read our customer testimonials and you'll see just a few reasons why. On December 17, 2010, President Obama signed the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010. This law extends the tax credits for energy efficiency into 2011, BUT at lower levels. The levels revert back to those in effect in 2006 and 2007, which were 10% of the cost of the improvement, up to $500, with a $200 max for windows, and several other set maximums.Highlights ?10% up to $500 for insulation, roofs, and doors.?Windows capped at $200, but qualification now ENERGY STAR?Furnace and boilers capped at $150, and all furnaces and boilers must meet 95 AFUE?$50 for advanced main air circulating fan?$300 for air conditioners, water heaters, and biomass stoves?$500 lifetime limit. If you got over $500 in these tax credits from 2006-2010, you are not eligible for anything more.Energsmart is accredited by the Building Performance Institute (BPI) and is an Energy Star Partner in New York. As such, we can offer most residential programs offered through Energy Star. We also perform a safety analysis of all the combustion appliances in your home to ensure they're operating effectively and exhausting harmful emissions (like carbon monoxide) out of your home. This is a no brainer as it will give you useful information to lower your energy bills without you having to commit to paying a dime.2.If your household income is greater than $127,400 the program will still pick up part of the tab for the audit fee. The $250 audit fee is proportionally subsidized for household incomes as high as $254,799. So, for example, if your household income was $191,100, you would only pay us $100 and the Energy Star program would pay us the other $150.3.Once an audit is done the gifts keep flowing! EVERYONE qualifies for a 10% subsidy through the program. So if you agreed to do $2,000 worth of work with us, you would pay us $1,800 and the Energy Star program would cut us a check for the other $200.