You don’t have to sacrifice putting up with inefficient windows and doors costing you money and causing frustration any longer. We understand that the cost of window replacement isn’t an expense that everyone is prepared to cover all at once. Some of us live on a pretty tight budget and that may be why you’re here now.
We’re thrilled that you’re considering Reece windows and doors. We’ll do all we can to help get your home improvement project on the schedule as soon as possible. That includes helping you seek financing if you’d like for us to do so.
We have a lending relationship established here at Reece. We’ll be glad to find out what they can do for you. Just complete the form below and we’ll handle the rest. We’ll let you know the finance plan options as soon as they’re ready and if everything looks good to you, you’ll be looking at the world through your new windows in no time.
You may want to check out the Property Assessed Clean Energy Programs available here in Florida. This innovative plan for financing energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements is available for homeowners as well as commercial property owners. And, your credit score doesn’t affect the decision as to whether or not you’ll get the loan. If you meet income requirements and have equity in your home, you’re likely to qualify.
The government program is unique in that rather than incurring monthly payments or having to pay a portion of the expense and then financing the remaining balance, homeowners enjoy the benefit of no money down and the first payment isn’t due until months down the road. The loan amount is added to the homeowner’s property taxes and distributed over a ten to thirty-year period. Moreover, the time of year you schedule your install determines when you’ll begin to pay back the loan. Jobs completed prior to June 30th of that year begin showing up on property tax bills at the end of the year. Projects completed after June 30th don’t appear on the property taxes until the following year.
That’s a pretty interesting bit of information. You can find out more about the PACE particulars here. There are currently four active programs in Florida so this may be an option that you’ll want to consider.