Everything about Sun Tubes Belleville IL

Sun tubes are great when a skylight will not work due to an attic or obstructions, and the light fills the room, naturally. Read more.

Eye on Design Drapery, Shutters & Blinds, Inc.
(618) 257-9750
309 E. Main St.
Belleville, IL
 
Viviano Windows Doors Kitchen and More
(314) 353-8350
6477 Chippewa St
St Louis, MO
Services
replacement windows, storm doors, garage doors, kitchen, cabinets
Hours
10am-5pm Mon-Fri, 10am-2pm Sat, closed on Sunday

Cardinal Door
(636) 677-4444
9741 Gravois Rd
Saint Louis, MO

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Rusco Windows and Doors
6182 S Cass Ave
Westmont, IL
Services
Specialty Contractor, Remodeler
Membership Organizations
Better Business Bureau, EnergyStar, Pella

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Premier Quality Windows & Siding
1981 Wiesbrook Drive #AF
Oswego, IL
Services
Specialty Contractor

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Kurrin & Richards Inc
(314) 256-9111
225 S Jackson St
Belleville, IL

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Tom's Troy Garage Door Inc
(618) 644-6300
9935 Us Highway 40
Saint Jacob, IL

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Next Door & Window
9704 Industrial Dr.
Bridgeview, IL
Services
Specialty Contractor
Membership Organizations
Angie's List, Better Business Bureau

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Custom Built Windows Inc
(847) 459-5077
420 Parkchester Rd.
Buffalo Grove, IL
Services
Custom Built's expertise is windows, siding, soffit & fascia, gutters, shutters, doors, roofing,and more...
Awards
The Better Business Bureau.
Membership Organizations
The Better Business Bureau.
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We always give the best price possible.

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Remodeling Dreams
(847) 553-8248
904 S. Roselle Road
Schaumburg, IL
Services
Remodeling Dreams Specializes in Window and Door Replacement for residential and commercial projects.
Awards
Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau NARI - National Association of the Remodeling Industry Pella Professional Remodeler
Membership Organizations
Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau NARI - National Association of the Remodeling Industry Pella Professional Remodeler
Prices and/or Promotions
We offer our customers the opportunity to purchase windows and doors at contractor pricing. Since our customer purchase direct, the cost of materials versus labor is Clear.

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Everything about Sun Tubes

Sun Tubes

Sun Tubes
Spend $300 now and SAVE $45 each year... ROI = 15%

Highlights

Bring light into rooms that do not have windows or skylight access. The interior of the 'tube' magnifies the light so that the fixture in the ceiling looks like there is actually a bulb inside. Guests often look for a light switch to turn it off when they leave a bathroom, closet, or laundry area.

The ROI Calculation is based on 14" diameter. Flexible or rigid tubing allows the unit to go around virtually any attic obstructions unlike other lighting systems, which saves you money. The ROI Calculation is based on factoring in the savings offset of purchasing, installing, and powering savings two light fixtures, and their bulbs over ten years.

TAX CREDITS: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) provides you with a 30% Tax Credit for Sun Tubes that are put into service by the end of 2010. This tax credit item is only for existing homes, not new construction, that is your primary residence and it includes ONLY the cost of materials and NOT installation.

3 KEY POINTS -

  1. The tax credit cap is $1,500 on collective home improvement elements other than Geo-Thermal 'Ground Source' Heat Pumps, Solar Hot Water Heating, Solar Photovoltaic, and Fuel Cell systems - which each have no cap and are eligible through 2016.
  2. The tax credits for exterior 'weatherization' improvements like windows, doors and insulation do not include the cost of installation!
  3. If you reach the $1,500 cap in 2009, you are not eligible for additional tax credits in 2010.

Choose Sun Tubes that meet these criteria to get the Tax Credit; and check products carefully, because in many cases an ENERGY STAR certification does not necessarily meet the tax credit requirements below:
• They must have a U-factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) less than or equal to 0.30. You can find the U-factor and SHGC on the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) label.
• Only some Energ...

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