Serving the Rocky Mountain Region & Midwest Since 1991

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Windows

Kape Roofing & Exteriors Replacement Windows and Doors

Made in Colorado for our Extreme Temperature Changes and Climate

Vinyl replacement windows-09

New vinyl windows can make a major impact on the external appearance of your home, as well as increase property value, and save you money on energy costs. The sleek, clean design of a new replacement window will draw attention from neighbors as your home shines like new again. Our new vinyl replacement windows also meet low E energy-efficiency standards, which will save you money on heating/cooling bills. New window replacements will correct any existing leaks and gaps between frames, as well as insulate your home better due to new technological advances in window glass. Our goal is to serve Colorado with the finest quality range of the following home replacement products:

Window Styles

  • Hung Windows
  • Bay & Bow Windows
  • Casement & Awning Windows
  • Slider Windows
  • Garden Windows

Replacement Doors

  • Entry Doors
  • French Doors
  • Patio Doors

Energy-Efficiency Tax Credit Now Retroactively Extended Through End of 2013!

We’re happy to report that “Section 25C” of the US Tax Code has been reinstated by the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 and is retroactive back to January 1st, 2012.

The previously enacted American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2010, or the Stimulus Bill, has officially been extended through the end of 2013, with stipulations. The bill offers homeowners incentives for improving their home’s energy efficiency.

For purchases that were installed through December 31st, 2012, the tax credit for qualified energy efficiency improvements will cover up to 10% of the total cost of replacement windows and doors, up to a total of $500:

  • Up to $200 maximum credit for windows
  • Up to $300 maximum credit for energy efficient doors

For example, if you purchased $5,000 worth of upgraded-glass windows and doors , you may get the maximum 10% tax credit of $500 – making the real cost of your windows only $4,500. This is an aggregate tax credit from 2006-2013, meaning any homeowner who has already received this credit on energy efficient home improvements and appliances is not eligible for the 2012 tax credit extension.

Qualifying and Claiming The Tax Credit is Easy

A “qualifying” window or door is one that carries both a U-Factor equal to or less than 0.30 and a Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) equal to or less than 0.30. You can find more information on energy ratings and qualifying products at the ENERGY STAR® website.

Call Kape Roofing today — 866-925-KAPE — to learn more about our vinyl replacement window and replacement door products and services or request an appointment.  Don’t forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

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