Superbonus 110%, complex procedures and unclear rules

Everyone is interested but very few make estimates for the works. The superbonus 110% for energy efficiency and anti-seismic interventions in homes is generating great expectations and interest among citizens and businesses, but criticality and complexity on the procedures for using the measure. This is what emerges from a survey carried out by the Cna of over 2 thousand associated companies in the construction sector.

Superbonus 110%, only 10% of requests turn into quotes

Almost 80% of the sample believes that the super bonus will give new impetus to the construction sector while 40% foresee the creation of new jobs. The great expectations of businesses are a reflection of the interest of citizens. 64.2% of the sample declared that they had registered a very high interest from potential customers and 64% said that the wait for the measure to become effective caused a decisive slowdown of work in the last months.
However, 54.4% of companies note that less than 10% of requests for information have turned into estimates for works and only 9.6% of companies have already started interventions facilitated with the superbonus 110%.

Superbonus 110%, thermal insulation and heating the most requested

On the types of interventions, the thermal coat it is the one that meets the greatest interest, practically one in three requests. Following heating / air conditioning systems with 21.6% and 11.7% the installation of photovoltaic systemsi.
On the other hand, the interest in anti-seismic interventions is very low (only 1.6% of requests for information).

At the moment the interest is mainly focused on single dwellings with 79.2% while condominiums concern 20%. The survey shows that many potential customers’ contacts with businesses break off before the quote due to technical impediments. In 45% the client discovers that not all the interventions he intends to carry out can benefit from the measure, in 13% of cases the works do not start due to cadastral discrepancies.

Superbonus 110%, too complex procedures

The procedure presents a high level of complexity so much so that companies are organizing themselves to start collaborations with other subjects, primarily professional firms but also with other companies in the sector. The complexity is not so much about the technical aspects as the legislation which regulates the 110% superbonus. 84.9% of the interviewees state that they will have to use intermediaries for the administrative and financial planning phases. The interpretative difficulties concern both the required formalities and the crucial phase of transfer of the tax credit.
For 76.1% of the interviewees, the regulatory framework is not clear and only 24.4% of the sample say they are willing to apply the discount on the invoice, a percentage that drops to 14.3% in the case of companies without employees while it rises to 46.2% for those with over 10 employees.

The request of the Cna: to extend the superbonus for 3 years

“The extension for the next three years and the relative refinancing of the super bonus 110% for the energy requalification of buildings and anti-seismic interventions “. This is the request made to the government by CNA, which also urges the extension of the incentive to the warehouses.
The benefit, introduced by the Relaunch Decree, is in fact applicable to expenses incurred for interventions carried out from 1 July 2020 to 31 December 2021 (only IACPs and Institutes with the same purposes can benefit from it for expenses made up to 30 June 2022).

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