Wood and pellet generators are among the interventions that qualify for the 110% Superbonus and if you carry out an ancillary intervention of any kind, you can combine it with the installation of a Climacalor product with 4-star environmental certification and thus obtain the 110% deduction for the entire intervention.
It is a tax deduction of 110% on the expenses incurred by those who carry out thermal insulation, replacement of winter air conditioning systems and reduction of seismic risk in their condominiums or individual homes. The 110% tax deduction is valid for work carried out from 1 July 2020 and has different deadlines depending on who incurs the expense.
In order to obtain the 110% deduction, the interventions, as a whole, must ensure the improvement of at least 2 energy classes (e.g. from D to B), even in combination with other energy efficiency interventions foreseen by the ecobonus that normally foresee a lower deduction percentage. If this “jump” of 2 classes is not possible, it is necessary to obtain the passage to the highest energy class, so for those who are in energy class “A3” the superbonus is recognised with the passage to “A4”. The change of class must be demonstrated with the energy performance certificate (A.P.E.), before and after the intervention, issued by a qualified technician.
The tax relief consists of a 50% IRPEF deduction for expenses incurred, among others, for the purchase of a Climacalor fireplace. These expenses must be part of a larger project of building renovation or energy-saving, and there is a maximum limit of € 96,000.
It is a tax deduction granted for total or partial replacement of the winter air-conditioning system with one equipped with a biomass generator, or as an integration or new installation on existing buildings.
The intervention requires:
This covers building renovation work, both when it is carried out on individual residential units and when it concerns work on common parts of condominium buildings.
Decree-Law 83/2012, which has been extended several times, has raised the deduction percentage to 50% and the maximum amount of eligible expenditure to €96,000.
The relief is available not only to the owners of the property but also to the holders of real/personal rights of enjoyment over the property concerned and who bear the relevant costs (tenants, usufructuaries, etc.).
The works on individual property units that qualify for tax relief are as follows:
• extraordinary maintenance
• restoration and renovation
• building renovation
Extraordinary maintenance works can also include those carried out to achieve energy savings, with particular regard to the installation of systems based on the use of renewable energy sources.
The deduction for building renovation work cannot be combined with the tax relief provided for the same work by the provisions on the energy requalification of buildings.
Climacalor has dedicated a complete range of products with the technical requirements to benefit from this important economic incentive that “rewards” those who replace old heat generators with new systems with high efficiency and low polluting emissions.
A concentrate of ethical responsibility, commercial value and technology that Climacalor translates with eco-sustainable, competitive and technologically advanced products.
The Conto Termico provides incentives for measures to increase energy efficiency and the production of thermal energy from renewable sources for small-scale plants. The beneficiaries are mainly public administrations, but also companies and private individuals, who will be able to access funds amounting to €900 million per year, of which €200 million is earmarked for public administrations.
In particular, the Conto Termico allows for the receipt of an incentive, up to a maximum of 65% of the expenditure incurred, for the replacement of an existing heat generator with a new, more efficient and less polluting generator.
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