Can anybody explain the process or qualifications of claiming tax credits for home improvement work done in 2006, with respects to adding/replacing worn insulation in my attic? I replaced old insulation with R19 in the attic walls and added unfaced R25 to the floor gaps on top of existing insulation. I saw this on EnergyStar.com: Scroll down to insulation.. http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=products.pr_tax_credits#chart So can I claim the 10% of the price I paid for the insulation for the tax credit. (I certainly qualify for the $500 part, I didn't buy $5000 of insulation!). Jay P.s. I didn't think was "HOT" enough for the Ash Can... but certainly not about wood stoves... so I guess I put this here... it is somewhat green cause I have insulated and should be conserving wood..