Tax Credit For Wood Burning Stoves Available

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As part of the 2009 Economic Stimulus legislation, U.S. homeowners who purchase and install a wood or pellet burning stove, insert, furnace or boiler in 2009 or 2010 can receive a 30-percent tax credit for costs incurred, up to $1,500.

“Significant financial and environmental benefits can be gained for the homeowner who heats with wood or pellet burning appliances,” said Brian Nelson, Hearth Shoppe Manager of Ace Hardware in Payson.

“You can enjoy reduced heating costs for years to come while utilizing renewable fuels and contributing to a greener Earth.”

Pellet and EPA certified wood burning products are clean burning, eliminating approximately 75 percent of the carbon emissions that are associated with fossil fuel heating.

For more information about wood burning products, visit The Hearth Shoppe at Ace Hardware at 507 N. Beeline Highway.

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