Federal Tax Credit Available for Residential Film
An important window film federal tax credit has been extended until 2032 for U.S. homeowners.
According to the International Window Film Association (“IFWA”), the move was announced as part of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.
Individuals purchasing qualifying Frost Shades window films placed into service through December 31, 2025, may be eligible for a tax credit under Section 25C of the Internal Revenue Code.
The IRS allows homeowners to take a tax credit of 30% of the cost of solar control window film installed in their primary residence, with an annual maximum credit of $600 per taxpayer credited annually, as opposed to the one-time credit available under prior tax codes .
The tax credit is a direct dollar for dollar credit, or reduction, in the amount of taxes you must pay, not just a tax deduction from income. In order to qualify for the credit, the window film must be installed from prior to December 31, 2025, and must be certified by Frost Shades to be an Eligible Building Component Envelope in your geographic area.
*Check with your local Frost Shades dealer on some restrictions