If you’re a business owner and you’ve been thinking about replacing your commercial roof, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 passed in December 2017 could make it easier to do so. The TCJA creates certain advantages for commercial real estate owners under its expansion of the IRS tax code.
A section of metal roofing at Mid-West Forge’s facility had been leaking for years. Because of the design of the roof section, the problem had been improperly repaired over the years. At Roberts Roofing, we were prepared to meet this challenge with specialized – even unusual – equipment to get the job done.
In the recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, there are some clear advantages for commercial real estate owners under the new law’s expansion of Section 179 of the IRS tax code.
What do you do when you need to replace your commercial roof a portion of the roof is inaccessible…even dangerous to approach? That’s exactly the situation that Bar Processing, a Wickliffe, Ohio-based steel bar processor, found itself in two years ago.