- Home Performance Audit
- Insulation For Existing Homes
- Indoor Air Quality
- Air Sealing
- New Construction & Remodeling
Wondering why your energy bills have been so high? Energy costs are on the rise across the country which means wasted energy is more noticeable than ever. If you’re worried about what’s causing high energy bills in your home, it’s time to schedule a home performance audit and make the recommended upgrades so you can save energy and money.
Financing and home improvement tax incentives can make important energy-saving upgrades more affordable! Wisconsin Home Improvement offers excellent financing options for insulation upgrades, air sealing, and more. We can also help you learn more about energy efficiency programs so you can take advantage of the available rebates and incentives.
Everyone deserves to live in a comfortable home that’s affordable to heat and cool! Wisconsin Home Improvement can help you make the comfort and efficiency upgrades your home needs with financing options that fit your budget. Options include:
365-day same-as-cash - no payment, no interest*
6.99% fixed-rate 84-month** reduced-rate loan
*Loans provided by EnerBank USA (1245 Brickyard Rd. Suite 600, Salt Lake City, UT 84106) on approved credit, for a limited time. Repayment terms vary from 24 to 132 months. Interest waived if repaid in 365 days. 16.72% fixed APR, effective as of June 1, 2014, subject to change.
**Loans provided by EnerBank USA (1245 Brickyard Rd. Suite 600, Salt Lake City, UT 84106) on approved credit, for a limited time. Repayment term is 84 months. 6.99% fixed APR, effective as of June 1, 2014, subject to change. Minimum loan amounts apply. First monthly payment will be due 30 days after the loan closes.
No waiting. Get the entire project you want completed now, instead of waiting to save up the cash.
Flexibility. Styles, prices, and models change frequently. Avoid product and other changes by completing your entire project now instead of in stages.
Unbeatable payment options. More ways to pay for your home improvement project. Ask us about all your choices.
Financial flexibility. If your circumstances change, you may need cash reserves as a backup plan for life's necessities.
The Inflation Reduction Act revamped the energy efficiency tax credit and created new rebate programs, including the HOMES rebate program, to make energy-saving home improvements more affordable. Credits are also available for builders of energy efficient homes and deductions are available for energy efficient commercial building investments.
The new energy tax credit offers homeowners a 30% tax credit for qualifying home improvements. There is a cap of $600 per measure and a $1,200 annual limit, with exceptions for certain upgrades. The 30% tax credit is now available and a 10% retroactive credit is available for projects completed in 2022.
The new Energy Efficient Home and Multifamily credit offers a $5,000 credit to homebuilders for the construction of new, energy efficient single-family, multifamily, and manufactured homes, starting in 2023. The credit is retroactive to 2022 at its original $2,000 value.
Deductions up to $1.80 per square foot for commercial or multifamily buildings that exceed specific energy efficiency requirements.
Two new rebate programs have been put in place by the Inflation Reduction Act. The HOMES Rebate Program offers rebates of up to $4,000 for eligible projects (up to $8,000 for income-qualified households) and the High-Efficiency Electric Homes Rebates Program offers rebates of up to $14,000 for income-qualified households.
These rebates will not be available until 2023 at the earliest and states still need to determine how funds will be allocated. We will keep this page updated as more details become available and help you get the Inflation Reduction Act rebates you’re eligible for.