Here in Ohio we are smack in the middle of winter. That means while the temperature outside is dropping, the heating bills are rising. Not a combination that I like. How about you?
There is also a lot of talk about green energy and reducing your carbon footprint while reducing your energy costs. This all seems well and good until you realize that the equipment you need (i.e. solar panels) is not cheap. But, I just learned something that just may help you! The federal tax credit on 75 percent efficient biomass heating appliances, which expired on Dec. 31, 2011, was reinstated on Jan. 2, 2013!
“So what?” you ask. Well, the bill includes a “tax extender” for Internal Revenue Service Section 25C, which provides a tax credit for, among many other things, qualifying biomass-burning stoves! The extender provides a 10 percent tax credit of up to $300 on a qualifying biomass heating appliance purchased between Jan. 1, 2012 and De. 31, 2013!
Okay, now that you know about this tax credit, why don’t you take a moment to learn about Harman Pellet Stoves. Harman pellet stoves and inserts are “built to a standard, not a price.” To clarify for you, a stove is freestanding while an insert is installed inside an existing fireplace. Look how these stoves work!
Harman Pellet Stoves are a popular heating alternative . Here are two reasons why.
- Using a pellet stove to heat your home costs 44% less than oil, 47% less than electric, and 53% less than propane heat.
- Because biomass fuels are composed of renewable, carbon-neutral products, they are also an extremely eco-friendly option.
To learn more, stop by their website, like them on facebook, follow them on pinterest or on twitter. When you stop by their website, you can find a coupon for $100 off! Also, I’ve been given a chance to giveaway a Harman Notebook. To enter a chance to win, just leave a comment letting me know what interests you about these stoves, reducing your carbon foot print, or reducing your energy costs