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Posted: 1/04/2011 4:23 PM EST

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Insulation Tax Credits for Foam Roofing
Hi Mason,

We are going to spray foam over an asphalt roof on a condo complex here in Lake Tahoe. Some of the people in the HOA own top-floor condos which will have improved energy efficiency from the added insulation to their roofs. Is there anyway for the home owners themselves to collect any "home insulation" tax incentives from the government?

Likewise, if we foam the roof on a single family home, can they collect?

Thanks for all your expertise.

Brian
Roof Crafters, Inc.
www.roofcrafterswest.com

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Mason  

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Posted: 1/05/2011 6:39 PM EST

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RE: Insulation Tax Credits for Foam Roofing
The homeowner of a residence can get a tax credit by getting energy saving appliances, or installing energy saving materials such as insulation. At the present they can receive 30% of the cost of the work up to $1500. But, the new tax bill would take that down to 10% of the cost. I am not sure when that would take effect. Have to look it up.

Mason  

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Posted: 1/05/2011 6:42 PM EST

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RE: Insulation Tax Credits for Foam Roofing
I am also unsure if the Condo association would be eligible for the tax credit or it can be portioned out to the condo owners.

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