Replacing faulty electric strorage heaters

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Hi, two storage heaters at a property are apparently faulty beyong reapir and the cheapsest quote I've had for replacing them is around 1000. My feeling is that for that money I'd just as well put central heating in as can do the whole property for around 3000. My question is if I put the central heating in would that be seen as vastly improving on what was originally there and therefore be a capital expense of 3000 even though what's there needs replacing? Or could the 3000 be deductible against this year's income tax and if not is it possible to deduct 1000 from income and remaining 2000 as a capital expense?

Thank you for your time

Wayne

09/01/2013 00:00

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