As a facility manager, you need help with building maintenance and repairs, often at the last minute. Having a partner you trust can make your life a lot easier.
The team at Sobieski has been providing all-in-one commercial HVAC, plumbing, mechanical construction and fire, alarm and security services to building managers in the Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey area for over 30 years.
In order to keep your building running smoothly all year, hire the team that can do it all. When you call Sobieski, you can rest assured that we will arrive on time to handle the work you need us to do. From a complete HVAC overhaul to plumbing repairs to sprinkler inspections and alarm panel replacement, we can do whatever needs to be done and we always do it right the first time.
Building maintenance and repair should be simple. With straightforward, upfront quotes from Sobieski, you know what to expect. By providing you with the power to make an informed decision about what needs to be done, you’ll be able to manage your building efficiently.
With our expertise and proven track record of helping facility managers run their buildings well, you can have peace of mind that Sobieski is on your side. Our team is only a phone call away, available 24/7 to help you with your HVAC, plumbing, mechanical construction and fire, alarm and security needs.
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The recently-enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 included a provision to allow HVAC products to be immediately expensed.
Under Section 179, all components of a “heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning” system can now be deducted in full during the first year, instead of being slowly depreciated over 39 years. This is great news for small businesses!
26 U.S. Code § 179 – A taxpayer may elect to treat the cost of any section 179 property as an expense which is not chargeable to capital account. Any cost so treated shall be allowed as a deduction for the taxable year in which the section 179 property is placed in service. Qualified Real Property includes Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning property.
The cost of any commercial HVAC equipment placed in service after January 1, 2018 can be deducted as a business expense under Section 179.
For Example: A business owner installs a new heating and air-conditioning rooftop unit. The total cost of the equipment and labor for installation is $14,000. Under old depreciation rules, the owner could only claim approximately $350 in depreciation expense annually over a 39-year period. Under the new law, the owner can deduct the entire $14,000 cost of the HVAC replacement project from their business income in the year of the purchase and installation. At the top marginal tax rate that would be applied to this purchase, this can save the business owner $5,180 in taxes.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SECTION 179
For more information, please read What is a Section 179 Deduction?
As a Commercial Property Manager I have seen my share of contractors. I have used Sobieski for all of our HVAC, plumbing and life safety needs. The office staff and field personnel are kind, professional and prompt. I feel like I am the only customer.
I've worked with Sobieski for many years. They have always stood out to me as a company who you can count on for quality workmanship, meeting demanding construction schedules, and taking care of the homeowner after settlement.