The difference between a residential and a commercial roof may seem obvious: although there are exceptions to the rule, one is typically for houses while the other is for businesses, schools, medical facilities and other non-residential buildings. The […]
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act approved by Congress in December 2017 expands the definition of qualified real property eligible for full expensing under Section 179 of the tax code to include improvements to nonresidential (i.e., commercial, industrial) roofs.
At Duro-Last Roofing’s recent National Sales Seminar in San Antonio, Royalty was presented with the Contractor of Year award for having the highest sales volume in 2017 of any authorized Duro-Last contractor in the United States. In fact, our Duro-Last […]