Jon Wayne Heating & Air offers many financing options!
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Paying to repair or replace heating and cooling equipment can put a real dent in your finances. Fortunately, there are multiple ways to pay for your HVAC replacement.
Various financing options
HVAC companies want to sell you their products and are often willing to provide financing. Typically, this comes in the form of a credit card you apply for when you buy new equipment. Affordable monthly payments help you complete your system upgrades without draining your savings.
Look outside the box for additional financing opportunities. The federal government partners with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy to offer federal grants and tax credits to homeowners who upgrade their heating or cooling systems to make them more energy efficient. You can also get home improvement aid if you are a qualified homeowner.
Consider a home equity line of credit and ask your mortgage lender if you meet the eligibility requirements. Some banks may offer a personal loan if you have an existing relationship with them.
Your credit score
Pull your credit report so that you can determine your credit score. To get the best rates, your credit score should be above average. Another factor lenders look at is your history of paying bills on time.
Ways to save
One of the best ways to get approved for financing is to keep costs to a minimum. Check out our Discount Club and ask if we know of any manufacturer rebates.
Jon Wayne discount club
Join our Discount Club to save money on annual maintenance, repairs and replacements. Membership includes 10 percent off maintenance and replacement and many other perks.
Manufacturers often offer rebates to homeowners looking to buy HVAC equipment. Ask us what offers are currently available.
Contact Jon Wayne Heating and Air Conditioning for all your HVAC needs. For more information on financing your AC or furnace repairs and replacement fill out the form below today.