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Eco-renovation: what helps?

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Eco-renovation: what helps?

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You want to hire energy improvement works ? Do it update on financial aid to which you are entitled.

When we renovate, it's interesting to do what's called a Green Renovation, that is to say energy improvement works. Good for the planet, they also allow to significantly reduce heating costs winter and summer clim. asking often heavy workthey can be expensive. It's not counting on different aids to which you have the right for this type of renovation: here is our recap!

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The Cite: for an eco-renovation of the main house

The Energy Transition Tax Credit allows you to deduct 30% of capital and / or labor expenditures (capped at 8,000 euros per person, 16,000 euros for a couple, plus 400 euros per dependent). The work must be done in themain house and implemented by a qualified professional RGE (recognized guarantor of the environment). Equipment and materials installed - boiler, thermal insulators, stove or wood insert, window, front door, etc. - must be more meet performance criteria.

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Eco-loan: improving the energy performance of its habitat

Accessible to the owners (occupants or not), it allows to profit froma zero interest loan of up to EUR 30 000. The works must constitute a "bouquet" (combination of at least two categories of eligible work) or allowachieve a minimum overall energy performance of the dwelling, calculated by a thermal studies office. The implementation must be entrusted to an EGR professional.

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Are you eligible for energy bonuses?

Proposed by energy suppliers (Total, GDF Suez, etc.), they concern primary and secondary residences. Their amount depends in particular on the type of work, region and income. Attention, you must ask for help before signing the quote.

Simulations and infos on primesenergie.fr

Local aid for energy renovation

Loans, grants and tax breaks, sometimes cumulative, can be allocated by your regional or county council, your municipality, etc.

To know them, go to anil.org

For more information on 0808 800 700 or on renovation-info-service.gouv.fr

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