- Air Conditioning
- Solar PV
- Energy Upgrades
- Water Heaters
Financing options that fit your needs.
The excitement that often comes with making valuable home performance upgrades can be a rush. Financial concerns, however, will put a damper on that excitement. These concerns are the primary deterring factor for homeowners interested in having work performed, yet don’t believe they can afford it.
At Greiner, we don’t want our customers to feel as if they can’t afford to perform important work on their homes, especially if it could go on to save them hundreds of dollars each year in energy costs. Our conventional financing options are designed with you in mind, offering payment platforms that make conducting home performance upgrades not only a possibility, but easy and straightforward. We’re committed to transparency in all aspects of the work we do, and financing is no exception.
6, 12 or 18 Months Same as Cash
We offer financing options that allow you to make only the minimum payment due for 6, 12 or 18 months after work is performed. It’s an ideal choice for those who are looking to make a single large investment but can’t afford to pay for it all up-front. If you need some time to arrange a home equity loan, you can do so without the concern of having to pay financing charges for the first six months.
After the initial six-month time period passes, you can expect an affordable interest rate of 17.9% APR.
Regular Revolving Credit
For eligible homeowners in the Dixon, CA area, we offer regular revolving credit that allows you to pay at your own pace. Work is billed each month, beginning 30 days after the job has been completed. Pay in full for your investment at the end of each billing cycle to avoid interest entirely, or make partial investments at interest rates of 17.9% APR. Terms are subject to change and should be verified when applying for financing.
Financing shouldn’t get in the way of taking a project from beginning to end. Contact us today to learn more about financing through Greiner Heating and Air.
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