New IRS Rules Encourage Capital Expenditures

This might be the best year ever to buy new scaffold board because the updated IRS Section 179 deduction for capital expenses now has a maximum allotment of $500,000. Of course IRS rules apply – the purchase must be an integral part of your production or manufacturing and not for rental. See this IRS page for Section 179 info >

Whether your business is masonry work, construction, painting, plastering or any other commercial trade, your next scaffold board purchase is now likely to be fully deductible under Section 179.

For more than 60 years, McCausey has been a leading suplier of genuine scaffold grade product that meets and exceeds the requirements of OSHA and/or CSA. We offer both solid sawn and Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) scaffold plank and carry an extensive inventory for prompt delivery:

  • MasterPlank LVL scaffold boards
  • Douglas Fir LVL scaffold boards
  • Southern Pine solid-sawn scaffold boards
  • MasterPlank LVL Fire Treated scaffold boards

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If you are pondering whether to purchase new equipment or machinery this year, don’t over-think the matter. Consider replacing your inventory of tired scaffold plank with new proof-tested, OSHA-approved boards from McCausey.

McCausey is a full service supplier of tooling boards for prototyping and pattern making, engineered wood products for the scaffolding and construction trades, and panel products for a wide variety of specialized applications, such as die cutting, custom carpentry, and concrete form work.

Our unique ability to source and supply hard-to-find materials has allowed us to build lasting client relationships. We take great pride in sharing our product knowledge, presenting options, and servicing our clients with the utmost attention.