Hurricane Sandy Victims Find Millions In Cash-Back Rebates On SaveBigBread.com As Federal Aid Trickles In
MCLEAN, Va., Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Homeowners can get cash-back rebates worth more than $1,000 for home improvements. Manufacturers, utilities and local governments respond with cash-back, home improvement rebates that can be combined with the $500 tax credit provided in the 2012 “Fiscal Cliff” tax bill.
Homeowners register for FREE on http://Sandy.SaveBigBread.com, discover savings and easily connect with rebate-authorized contractors. Cash-back rebates do not reduce any insurance reimbursements.
According to our research, one million homeowners directly in the path of Hurricane Sandy and in the surrounding area have suffered over $50 billion dollars in damage. Despite a slump in home improvement over the recent years, area homeowners are searching online for roofing, siding, replacement windows and furnaces at the highest rate since the housing crash began in 2006.
SaveBigBread researchers will be offering free educational seminars on how homeowners can take advantage of rebates and credits. Register for FREE on http://Sandy.SaveBigBread.com so we can notify you of our seminar schedule and locations in your area.
Here are examples of the combined savings available to area homeowners:
Replacement furnace in New Jersey NJ State WARMAdvantage Program $400 New Jersey Natural Gas Rebate $900 US Tax Credit $150 ---- Savings before manufacturer and contractor discounts $1,450
Heat pump water heater in New York ConEd $400 US Tax Credit $300 ---- Savings before manufacturer and contractor discounts $700 Air Conditioner in Connecticut CT Energy Efficiency Fund $500 Quality Install Verification $500 US Tax Credit $300 ---- Savings before manufacturer and contractor discounts $1,300
Savebigbread.com was founded in 2010 as a FREE, easy way for homeowners to save money on the maintenance and repair of their home. The site contains over 7,000 rebates from around the United States. Rebate categories include:
- Heating and cooling
- Hot water heaters
- Windows and doors
- Roofing and siding
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