Posted by: DuctTesters | on February 9, 2018
Today, February 9, 2018, Congress passed the “Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018” This budget act includes Section 45L Credit for Energy-Efficient New Homes. New Homes sold or leased can qualify for $2,000 per home of tax credit. The construction of the new homes must meet or exceed the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code plus supplements. Many California builders qualify because the California’s Energy Code Compliance exceeds the IECC’s 2006 Code. Many of our NV clients also qualify. We can collect retroactive up to three years back (2014 – 2017). In order to qualify, a builder needs to have a tax basis in the home to claim the credit.
For no charge, we can review your projects from 2014 – 2017 finished (sold or leased units) to let you know if you qualify. One unit in a project may qualify and/or all the units. Should a unit or units qualify for the Federal Energy Tax Credit (FETC), we will then send you a proposal to process the FETC and send you a certificate number.
If you are not one of our current Title 24 clients, we can definitely still help you. We will need the following:
- Architectural plans
- You will need to have the Title 24 Company you used for your project share the files with us in the HERS Provider Database
- You will need to have the Title 24 Company send us the .BLD or .XML files
Please contact our office at our toll free number 866-950-1191. View or download the pdf with DuctTesters 45L FAQ
NAHB also posted more details about Energy Tax Credits: http://nahbnow.com/2018/02/energy-and-home-owner-tax-credits-included-in-budget-accord/
Posted by: DuctTesters | on June 15, 2016
Once again DuctTesters attended PCBC (Pacific Coast Builder Convention). This year’s trade show was held on Wednesday, June 22 and Thursday, June 23 in San Francisco. PCBC is attended by home builders, developers, architects, building scientists, energy consultants, lenders, investors, marketers and product manufacturers from a range of housing forms including single-family, multifamily, mixed-use, 50+ and resort development.
There is an exhibit floor compiled of extensive building industry products and service solutions, along with a number of educational conferences and forums. There are countless networking opportunities throughout the convention days which include breakfast meetings, lunch meetings, cocktail hours, lounge retreats, dinner events, evening events, and much more. If you are attending and interested in meeting, please let us know and we can set up a time to see you there.
In 2015, there were close to 9,000 attendees of which:
Below are photos from the 2016 show in San Francisco. Please note that in no way are we promoting any products or companies. These are photos taken at the event, walking the floor, attending seminars, etc. If you would like us to add any other photos you took at the event, we would be more than happy to. Please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by: DuctTesters | on December 23, 2015
Single Family and Multi-Family Builders and Developers can collect $2,000 of tax credit for each new dwelling unit per Section 45L. Most California builders and/or developers already qualify due to stringent Title 24 part 6 Energy Efficient Standards already in place. Collect for 2016 and retroactive for 2015 – 2012.