Tax Benefits of Roof Maintenance Plans

Go with a Tax Deductible Preventive Maintenance Plan from Spann Roofing 

A new roof doesn’t qualify for a tax credit, but you can write off the entire cost of roof maintenance or a qualifying roof restoration. A maintenance plan or restoration is considered a maintenance expense and can be deducted in the same year as the process is completed. (Check with your tax advisor)

Studies and experience show that a Roof Maintenance Plan saves you money over the life span of your roof. Following are just a few facts from Roofing Contractor Magazine supporting the need for a good roof maintenance program. 

Roof Maintenance Plan Benefits

  • More than 80% of all roofs are replaced prematurely.
  • The average building owner will spend $127,500 over the life of the building.
  • The average cost of a new commercial roof is more than $42,500 (10,000 SF average).
  • Repairs, maintenance and/or restorations cost thousands of dollars less than roof replacement.
  • Roof maintenance programs are tax deductible (consult your tax advisor for details).
  • A roof maintenance program can save up to 50% over the life of a 30 year roof compared to replacing it
    every 15-20 years.

A roof can leak for days, weeks or months before it is noticed inside the building.

Spann’s Preventive Maintenance Program (PMP) is available for existing roofing systems after a thorough roof audit / assessment is conducted. Multiple facilities and locations can also be included in the plan.

Initiating the Spann Preventive Maintenance Program (PMP) puts your facility into our preferred status when leaks occur or an emergency happens. Your facility roof may also qualify for a 3-year repair warranty.

Contact Spann today for more information on Preventive Maintenance Programs and Tax Benefits. 843-347-2220 • 843-656-9808 • www.spannroofing.com

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