Announces Second Annual Warehouse Sale to Coincide with Vermont Tax Free Holiday

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This year’s Vermont Sales Tax Free Holiday is March 6th and many Vermont businesses are gearing up for the big day. is offering their energy efficient home products at their lowest prices of the year and many products also qualify for the Federal Energy Efficient Tax Credit. is the nation's leading seller of energy efficient home heating supplies

We see this as a chance of a lifetime to save money and improve your home, The Vermont based internet seller of energy efficient, environmentally friendly home heating and ventilation products, has announced that their second annual warehouse sale will take place on Saturday, March 6th, from 9 to 5 pm at their Waitsfield, VT Warehouse Center. March 6th is also the Vermont Sales Tax Holiday—Consumers are exempt from paying the 6% state sales tax on all purchases that day under $2000.00.

Many of the energy efficient, environmentally friendly products Houseneeds carries qualify for the Federal Energy Efficiency Tax credit. This Tax Credit was designed to help make US homes more energy efficient and less reliant on foreign energy sources. The program rewards homeowners who purchase and install approved products by giving up to 30% of the cost back in the form of a Tax credit. Of the Products included in the program, Houseneeds will be offering Tankless Water Heaters, High Efficiency Boilers, Pellet and Wood Stoves, Solar Hot Water Heating, Residential Wind Power, Solar House fans, and Solar Sky lighting—all at the lowest prices of the year.

“We see this as a chance of a lifetime to save money and improve your home,” says Gary Johannesen, Head of Sales of “On top of the 6% sales tax savings, many of the products that we sell also qualify for the 30% Energy Efficient Tax Credits. On top of that, we are also in the process of moving our Waterbury Showroom and will have many showroom display models available at 50% off!”

The Sales tax holiday is only on March 6th, and only applies to purchases made in person. Houseneeds will be offering all new product at anywhere from 5 to 75% off regular pricing. On top of that, there will be additional specials on showroom display models, factory overstock, and discontinued product such as: Gas Fireplaces, Gas Stoves, Gas Boilers, Tankless Water Heaters, Bath Fans, Solar Skylights, Direct Vent Gas Space Heaters, Hydronic Radiators, Solar Hot Water Systems, Plumbing and Heating Supplies, and Whole House Fans.

Local radio legend Jack Donovan from WDEV will be there doing a remote broadcast from 9 to 12 am.

The Houseneeds Annual Warehouse Sale and Tax Free Holiday takes place on March 6th, from 9 to 5 pm at 167 Mad River Canoe Rd in Waitsfield, VT. This is a rain, snow or shine event and it happens just once a year. “Last year’s Tax Free Holiday was a great day for us,” said Mr. Johannesen. Vermonters know great deals when they see them, so having a sale on top of the 6% is just amazing for everyone in the state. This program works for homeowners, and it works for business owners as well. It is the purest definition of a win-win situation.”

About was created in 1999 in the heart of Vermont’s Mad River Valley. has made it their mission to bring the best in energy efficient environmentally friendly products from all over the world to homeowners across North America. offers Common Sense Heating, Cooling and Green Energy Solutions with a level of friendly expertise that cannot be rivaled anywhere. Contact us at 866-Heat-123 or visit our website 24 hours a day at

Gary Johannesen
Head of Sales

About the Author
Joshua Meyer is a freelance journalist based in Burlington, VT. He received a Bachelor of Liberal Arts from Goddard College in Plainfield, VT in 2000. His focus is on Energy efficient Heating products and Green Technology. Mr. Meyer is currently at work on a children's book that helps explain the current energy and environmental concerns we face today.


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