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Woodstock Soapstone Company

is proud to certify that the following wood stoves
qualify for a 30% tax credit under the American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 :

Fireview Woodstove - Model 205

Keystone Woodstove - Model 204

Palladian Woodstove - Model 202

Classic Woodstove - Model 200

Download a PDF of our Certificate

Details on the new 30% Tax Credit are below

Q: Are all wood stoves eligible for this 30%
tax credit?

A: No. The 2009 Stimulus Plan (the “American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009”)
specifies that only wood stoves that are 75%
efficient will qualify.

Q: How will the 75% efficiency requirement
be determined?

A: The 75% efficiency requirement is measured
using the “lower heating value” of the wood.
Lower Heat Value (LHV, or net calorific value)
of wood does not include the energy required to
vaporize water. In Lower Heat Value, the energy
lost in vaporizing water is subtracted from the
calculation of efficiency, because this energy is
not intended to be recovered by the stove.

Q: Do your wood stoves qualify?
A: Yes. On June 2, 2009 the IRS finalized the
requirements for “qualified energy property.”
Back in April, we sent our stoves to an
independent test lab for efficiency testing under
the Lower Heat Value method. All of our
woodstoves passed with flying colors (efficiency
results varied between 85-90%, depending on the
model). The official certificate is available on our
website.

Q: When does this tax credit go into effect
and how long will it last?

A: The tax credit is good for two years. It goes
into effect January 1, 2009 and is valid only for
the purchase of a qualifying stove in 2009 and
2010. The sales receipt must indicate that the
purchase was made between January 1, 2009
and December 31, 2010.

Q: How will I use this tax credit?
A: You can claim this credit on your federal
income tax form at the end of the year. The credit
decreases your tax liability. (It does this by
increasing your tax refund or, if you owe taxes, it
decreases the amount you have to pay.


Note: This is a tax credit, not a tax deduction. A
tax credit is more valuable than a similar tax
deduction. A tax credit reduces the tax you pay,
dollar-for-dollar. Tax deductions - such as those
for home mortgages and charitable giving -
lower your taxable income.

Q: What documentation will I need?
A: We will provide you with a signed
certification that the wood stove that you
purchase from us qualifies for the tax credit. We
will post copies of these certifications on our
website to make it easier for you. You must keep
a copy of the certification statement and the sales
receipt for your records, but do not have to
submit them with your tax return.

Q: Is the tax credit good just for wood stoves?
A: No, the 30% also applies to qualifying
windows, storm windows, exterior doors,
insulation, and certain types of furnaces and
water heaters.


Note: The 30% amount is subject to a maximum
of $1,500 per homeowner for all improvements
combined.

Q. I am building my own home. Can I get the
$1500 tax credit as part of my new home
construction?

A: No, the $1,500 tax credit is designed only for
existing homes, and includes energy saving
windows and doors, insulation, high efficiency
water heaters and furnaces, and biomass stoves.
However, if you are building a new home, there
are other tax credits available for building energy
efficient homes. Plus, there are new home tax
credits available for photovoltaics, solar water
heaters, small wind systems and fuel cells.

Q: Is it a max of $1500 per household per
year? Or is $1500 the max over the 2 years?

A: $1,500.00 is the maximum over two years,
per household.

Q: Where can I find information on receiving
the tax credit for other energy efficiency
purchases (insulation, windows, etc.)?

A: To determine whether other products qualify,
check with either the manufacturer or the
distributor/store. This piece of legislation was
large, complex, and passed in a hurry, so it may
take some time until everything gets settled. Even
in our case, the bill was passed before the
method for testing wood stove efficiencies was
determined!!

Q: Can I buy more than one woodstove and
still get the credit?

A: Yes, you could buy two qualifying wood
stoves and get a 30% tax credit on each stove (up
to a maximum credit of $1,500.00)

Q: Your literature lists all of your woodstoves
at 72% EPA Efficiency. What makes you so
sure that your stoves will qualify for the 75%
minimum?

A: The EPA Efficiency is a “default”
efficiency... in other words, every EPA
Approved Catalytic Woodstove is presumed to
be at least 72% efficient. Under the Lower Heat
Value efficiency testing standards proposed by
the federal government for this tax credit, all of
our stoves exceeded the 75% minimum
efficiency required to qualify for a tax credit.

Q: I bought one of your stoves in 2008. Can I
qualify for the tax credit?

A: Unfortunately, no. The credit only extends to
qualifying stoves placed in service between
January 1, 2009 and December 31st, 2010.

Q: Can I get the tax credit if I buy one of your
gas stoves?

A: No, the credit only applies to “biomass”
stoves and, unfortunately, not to our gas stoves.

Q: Can I get a tax credit for related items (i.e.
chimney parts, installation materials, hearth
pads, and so on) to get the maximum credit?

A: No, the tax credit only applies to the purchase
price of the stove itself and installation (labor)
costs, and not related equipment.

 

franklin

Fireside Franklin Gas Stove

The Fireside Franklin is ideal for homes where a woodstove isn’t practical. It will heat up to 1,500 square feet of
living space and produce comfortable radiant heat hour after hour, day after day, even if the power goes out! The
Fireside uses “Direct-Vent” Technology to bring in fresh air for combustion and vent exhaust gases outside,
maintaining indoor air quality.


View more details about the Franklin Gas Stove
, Order Online or

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cottage

Cottage Franklin Gas Stove


The Cottage Gas Stove is perfect where space is at a premium. Its small footprint takes up less floor space and
allows the stove to fit comfortably into a small room or tight area. Heats up to 1,200 square feet. Runs on remote
control or thermostat. No power required.

View more details about the Cottage Gas Stove, Order Online or

Call us Toll Free 1-800-866-4344


fireview

Fireview Woodstove

The Fireview wood burning stove is the stove of choice for whole house heat. At 55,000 BTU’s per hour, the
Fireview combines the beauty of soapstone with the heating power of a large, easy-to-load firebox. The glass
stays clean during the 10-12 hour burn time allowing you to enjoy the heat and the firelight!

View more details about the Fireview Woodstove, Order Online or

Call us Toll Free 1-800-866-4344


keystone

Keystone Woodstove

The Keystone wood burning stove is the ideal replacement for the traditional fireplace. With a wide glass front
and our proven air wash technology, the view of the fire rivals any fireplace. Unlike a fireplace, the Keystone
actually produces enough heat for a small house or up to five rooms of a larger home. At 45,000 BTU’s per
hour, the Keystone will keep you warm in any weather.

View more details about the Keystone Woodstove, Order Online or
Call us Toll Free 1-800-866-4344


palladian

Palladian Woodstove

The Palladian woodburning stove combines fine architectural detail, clean burning efficiency, and the steady,
even heat of soapstone. It’s large cubic foot firebox will produce up to 45,000 BTU’s per hour and keep several
rooms or a small home toasty warm.

View more details about the Palladian Woodstove, Order Online or
Call us Toll Free 1-800-866-4344


classic

Classic Woodstove

The Classic woodburning stove is modeled after the original soapstone heaters made in the 1800’s, which had
solid soapstone front panels. Now, as then, it is a reliable source of heat delivering warm, penetrating radiant
heat over 10-12 hours on each load of wood.

View more details about the Classic Woodstove, Order Online or
Call us Toll Free 1-800-866-4344


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