The Impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on RoofingImproves the tax treatment of non-residential roofs.
Beginning in 2018, any improvements to non-residential roofs, including full reroofs of existing buildings, may be expensed in the year of purchase by any taxpayer eligible to deduct expenses under Section 179 of the IRS tax code.
The maximum amount that a business may deduct under Section 179 has been increased from $520,000 to $1 million.
For more information about the benefits of Section 179, please contact your tax professional.
Southern CharmGraham Roofing was honored to have been the first roofing contractor from the southeast to be featured on the cover of the October 2017 edition of Roofing Contractor magazine. Not only does this article acknowledge how special our employees are, but also presents a condensed version of how Graham Roofing, Incorporated (GRI) became the company that it is today. We will be mailing out our article in the next couple of months and hope you take the time to read the article to better understand how we evolved from three young men paying their way through college in the 60's to the premier roofing company we are today.
GRI the Golden YearsWOW, 2018 marks our 50th year in business! Follow us on social media to see how we are celebrating this milestone throughout the year.