Pass & Seymour/Legrand

Intercom Solutions

Communicate anywhere in the home with the On-Q Intercom Solution. Using Cat 5 cabling to deliver reliable


Energy Savings Incentives

Energy savings incentives that can save you and your customers money!

New York State Energy Research and Developement Opportunity (NYSERDA)

NYSERDA offers financial and technical assistance to the State's businesses, industries, municipalities, and residents to address New York's energy and environmental needs. Incentives are available though a number of programs for various projects and initiatives such as new construction, commercial/industrial projects, energy efficiency improvements, wind and solar systems, energy audits, and much more.  For more information feel free to visit

The Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 2005)

The Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT), signed by President Bush on August 8, 2005, offers consumers and businesses federal tax credits beginning in January 2006 for purchasing fuel-efficient hybrid-electric vehicles and energy-efficient appliances and products. Most of these tax credits remain in effect through 2007.

Buying and driving a fuel-efficient vehicle and purchasing and installing energy-efficient appliances and products provide many benefits such as better gas mileage – meaning lower gasoline costs, fewer emissions, lower energy bills, increased indoor comfort, and reduced air pollution.

Some consumers will also be eligible for utility or state rebates, as well as state tax incentives for energy-efficient homes, vehicles and equipment.  Each state’s energy office web site may have more information on specific state tax information.

October 29, 2016

Kovalsky-Carr celebrates its 95th Anniversary