Air Control Heating and Air Financing Options
At some point, most homeowners will need a new heating and cooling system. Whether it’s because the current one is not working or needs to be updated with modern technology, homeowners are faced with a difficult decision. With all the options available for financing this big purchase, it can be hard to know what’s best for you. This blog post will discuss some of your options when deciding how to finance your new heating and air conditioning system.
You’ve picked out the perfect heating and air conditioning system for your home. You’ve done all of your research, read reviews, and asked friends what they think. Now you are at a crossroads on how to pay for it. That’s where we come in! We’ll help you understand financing options available to homeowners that can make getting a new HVAC system more affordable.
We understand the financial strain that repairs or replacements can place on your family, and our expert staff is here to help you. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards, and have partnered with two of the industry’s leading home improvement loan providers, Hearth and Wisetack, so you can be sure to get the best possible terms on your HVAC financing:
- Fast and easy – quick application, takes just a minute to see your options
- No credit impact – checking eligibility does not impact your credit score
- Loan Amounts from $500 to $100,000
- Up to 18 months 0% APR for eligible borrowers
- No hidden fees – no late fees, prepayment fees, or origination fees
For example, a $2,000 purchase could cost $90.40 a month for 24 months, based on a 7.9% APR.
No matter the size of your home, heating, and cooling are critical to keeping it comfortable. A new HVAC system can make a world of difference in both comfort and efficiency. But installing these systems can be costly, so Air Control provides you with multiple financing options to ensure you get the best possible deal. Explore your options on our website, with no impact on your credit score, or contact our office directly.
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