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Energy Policy: Tax Certificate - Exterior Residential Roofing Applications


For the official and signed document, please click here.

BASF is a manufacturer of residential spray polyurethane foam insulated roofing systems, with a location at:
1703 Crosspoint Avenue, Houston, TX 77054.


BASF residential spray polyurethane foam exterior roofing systems are eligible building envelope components that qualify for the federal income tax credit allowed under Section 1121 of the American Reinvestment & Recovery Act of 2009, using Tax Form 5695 (version 2009 or newer), if placed in service in 2009 or 2010 on existing homes only. These insulated roofing systems are specifically and primarily designed to reduce heat loss or gain of a dwelling unit when installed on the dwelling unit. These insulated roofing products are expected to perform for a minimum of 5 years when protected from UV rays.


BASF provides the following spray polyurethane foam systems for field application and use in exterior residential roofing construction:

. ELASTOSPRAY
. FE 348 Series


BASF further certifies that its residential spray polyurethane foam roofing systems satisfy the applicable conditions allowed under Section 1121 of the American Reinvestment & Recovery Act of 2009.


It is the responsibility of the homeowner to obtain the breakdown of the component costs from the Insulating Material Installer. This credit is only allowed for amounts paid to purchase the components, not for amounts paid for installation of the components. Save your receipt and this Manufacturer's Certification Statement.


Homeowners should consult with their tax advisor to confirm that an installation of BASF spray polyurethane foam roofing system qualifies for federal income tax credits. There are maximum lifetime limits that exist for energy improvements, including those tax credits qualifying under the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

Interior Applications


Energy Policy: Tax Certificate - Interior Residential Applications


For the official and signed document, please click here.

BASF is a manufacturer of residential spray polyurethane foam insulation systems, with a location at:
1703 Crosspoint Avenue, Houston, TX 77054.


BASF residential spray polyurethane foam insulation systems are eligible building envelope components that qualify for the federal income tax credit allowed under Section 1121 of the American Reinvestment & Recovery Act of 2009, using Tax Form 5695 (version 2009 or newer), if placed in service in 2009 or 2010 on existing homes only. These insulation systems are specifically and primarily designed to reduce heat loss or gain of a dwelling unit when installed in or on the dwelling unit. These insulation products are self-adhered, monolithic and do not sag or settle. They are expected to perform for a minimum of 5 years when protected from the elements.


BASF provides the following spray polyurethane foam systems for field application and uses in residential construction applications:

• SPRAYTITE®
• ENERTITE®


BASF further certifies that its residential spray polyurethane foam insulation systems satisfy the applicable conditions allowed under Section 1121 of the American Reinvestment & Recovery Act of 2009.


It is the responsibility of the homeowner to obtain the breakdown of the component costs from the insulating material installer. This credit is only allowed for amounts paid to purchase the components, not for amounts paid for installation of the components. Save your receipt and this Manufacturer’s Certification Statement.


Homeowners should consult with their tax advisor to confirm that an installation of BASF spray polyurethane foam insulation system qualifies for federal income tax credits. There are maximum lifetime limits that exist for energy improvements, including those tax credits qualifying under the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

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