Know you need new windows this spring, but don’t quite have the money? No problem, there are plenty of ways to pay for new windows this spring that you may not realize.
Special Window Financing
While not all window companies offer their own financing program to help you pay for your windows, we do. We have partnered with EnerBank to help you be able to get your windows this spring with financing rates that you will be hard pressed to find anywhere else.
These financing plans include payment options from 90 days to 3 years at 0% interest, so it is just like paying with cash.
For more information and how to apply visit https://renewalky.com/financing/.
Home Equity Line of Credit
Another option you can take advantage of is taking out a home equity line of credit to pay for your windows this spring. This type of loan allows you to use the equity that you have in your home as collateral, so you are basically borrowing money from your home.
Home equity lines of credit can be applied for with any financing company that provides mortgage loans, including the company that already holds your first mortgage.
Home Improvement Loans and Grants
If you are planning on upgrading your windows to energy-efficient ones, you will also be able to find low-interest loans and possibly even grants from different agencies. The most common agencies that you can apply for these types of loans from is your local utility company, agencies that help people find low income housing, and government programs that encourage energy efficiency.
Start with your utility company, first. They are the ones that usually have the list of all the different agencies you can contact for this type of financing.
Look for spring window sales to help you get your new windows. By finding a good sale you have already decreased the price that you will have to pay, and will have less to try and finance.
Right now, you will find that all of our windows are $150 off until April 30th. So if you need 10 new windows on your home this spring, by taking advantage of our sale you will have $1,500 less to finance than if you waited for later. And for many people, taking that $1,500 off brings the price of the windows well within reach of them being able to get their new windows this spring, instead of having to wait longer.