Walker, Louisiana  70785

State Plumbing Board of LA License No. LMNGF10349

MISSION STATEMENT:   Satisfy clients' residential and commercial HVAC needs with their budget, safety and comfort in mind, utilizing energy efficient equipment, honesty, professional conduct, and industry enforced codes.

LA Registration No. 557354 - Home Improvement

27830 Old South  Walker Road

Team  Poteete  Mechanical  LLC

(225) 788-2211

LA License No. 62636 - Mechanical, Electrical, Building Construction

Air Conditioning Installation, Service and Repair in East Baton Rouge, Ascension and Livingston Parishes

Daikin packaged units have factory-installed components that provide efficient and economical performance and maintain a long service life.   Every Daikin brand gas/electric unit is engineered with an efficient tubular heat exchanger to offer dependability for worry-free comfort. 

  • Simultaneous cooling and heating from one system
  • Up to 58 indoor units can be operated from a outdoor unit
  • Optimized scroll compressor designed for R-410A provides a quiet, reliable energy-efficient operation

Commercial Systems




The recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act included a provision to allow HVAC products to be immediately expensed.  Under Section 179 Small Business Expensing, all components of a "heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning" system can be expensed in the first year instead of being depreciated over 39 years.

New tax law effective January 1, 2018:
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 applicable includes Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning property.

What this means for the owner of a commercial building:
The cost of any commercial HVAC equipment placed in service after January 1, 2018 can be deducted as a business expense under Section 179.
Example:  A business owner installs a new heating and air-conditioning rooftop unit.  The equipment and labor for installation cost $14,000.  Under old depreciation rules, the owner could only claim approximately $350 in depreciation expense annually over 39 years.  Under the new law, the owner can deduct the full cost of the HVAC equipment (including installation costs) of $14,000 from their business income the year of the purchase and installation.  At the top marginal tax rate that would be applied to this purchase, this will save the business owner $5,180 in taxes.



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