As many states and counties implement tougher building codes, this can present challenges for developers. However there is a silver lining that many developers may not be aware of – the Section 45L Energy Efficient Home tax credit still looks back to the 2006 IECC energy standards even though many states have newer stricter codes. However updates to building codes will often involve building envelope and energy efficiency criteria which fit nicely with the 45L energy tax credit. In fact, many developers will already qualify for the energy efficient home tax credit if they are meeting current code.
There is no obligation to let us review your plans and specs to see if your current building practices can qualify for a $2,000 per door federal energy tax credit for the work you’re already doing. Contact us today for a free eval.