ISAVE Team member contractors are becoming more and more active at the State, Provincial, and local levels in the US and Canada. We are finding a sympathetic ear with the State and Provincial energy officials. At every level, energy officials recognize the need for properly installed mechanical insulation. Materials installed by qualified tradespeople, supervised by qualified contractors are recipe for enormous energy savings, greenhouse gas emissions reductions, and less dependence on fossil fuels especially foreign sources of oil.

Many States and Provinces are enacting laws that require installers of mechanical insulation to be licensed by the State or Province in order to qualify for a position in the mechanical insulation industry.

Check with your State to determine if such legislation has been enacted.

Many States and Provinces are enacting legislation that requires a minimum standard for mechanical insulation. ISAVE Team members are being instrumental in achieving this goal.

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New Mechanical Insulation Incentive Bill in House - (12/3/2015)

On December 3, 2015, the Mechanical Insulation Installation Incentive Bill (H.R. 4165), was introduced with bipartisian support by Congressman Bob Dold, R-IL and Linda Sanchez D-CA.  This important piece of legislation will amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide a tax incentive for the installation and maintenance of mechanical insulation property. 

Visit our dedicated Incentive Act legislation page for more information.

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