Storm Door Tax Credit
MANUFACTURER’S CERTIFICATION STATEMENT
Pertaining to the Energy Policy Act of 2005
A.J. Manufacturing, Inc. is the manufacturer of the Survivor line of storm doors.
When installed as an exterior storm door of a non-business energy property in the United States, the Survivor storm door are considered Eligible Building Envelope Components Qualifying them for a credit against tax for the taxable year according to the Internal Revenue Code Section 25C and issued in IRS Notice 2006-26.
The following Models of the Survivor Storm Doors are eligible:
- Model 510 Self-Storing Lowkick Doors
- Model 560 Self Storing Highkick Doors
- Model 610 Crossbuck Doors
- Model 710 Fullview Doors
- Model 810 Traditional Doors
For tax purposes, homeowners should retain their receipt of purchase. The taxpayer should consult with their tax professional for specific information. The storm door must be installed between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2011. The tax credit must be claimed in the year the door was purchased and installed.
Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this certification statement and to the best of my knowledge and belief, the facts are true, correct, and complete.
Signed: Dominic Ryder, Chief Financial Officer, A.J. Manufacturing, Inc.
- LowKick Doors are Model 510
- HighKick Doors are Models 560, 610 Crossbuck & 810 Traditional
- Fullview Doors are Model 710
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