The ERC for construction companies

Businesses in many industries, including the construction industry, may qualify for up to $26k per employee through the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), even if they received PPP loans.

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From labor shortages to supply chain disruptions and project delays, the construction industry continues to be affected by the pandemic.

How we've helped over 17,000 eligible businesses, including construction companies, claim the ERC:


Qualifying them for government shutdown orders


Determining eligibility under limited commerce


Outlining COVID’s impact beyond reduced revenue

With the ERC, your qualifying construction company could receive a refund to recover resources, increase revenue, and retain its best employees.

What our construction customers are saying

The service was excellent. Everyone we dealt with was so helpful, and they made a complicated process very easy.

Deann Pillitteri
Coastal Pipeline, Inc.

There is no fee from them until they get you a refund.  All my emails and questions were returned promptly. Thanks for a smooth process!

Karen Hammonds
Hamcon Builders

Innovation Refunds helped us get the employee taxes we paid into IRS for 6 quarters back and got our company back on its feet strong!

Bonnie James
James Renovation and Construction

Our team of independent tax attorneys and professionals works for you, with no upfront fee

Our independent tax attorneys and professionals have extensive knowledge of ERC qualifications and IRS tax code to help eligible construction companies claim their refund.

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In the time it takes to make a coffee, we can help determine if your construction business qualifies for ERC assistance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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