Ygrene Energy Fund has partnered with your city to bring you YgreneWorks™ — a 100% zero-down financing program for energy and water saving upgrades to your home or business that beats traditional financing hands down. YgreneWorks can be used for energy efficiency, renewable energy, water conservation and, in certain locations, electric vehicle charging stations and seismic upgrades. Increase the value of your property, save money and energy, and create a safer and healthier environment when you put YgreneWorks to work for you.
If you are replacing your home heating and cooling system this can be a major decision; one you don’t want to make based strictly on cost. You’ve already learned through this web site that you shouldn’t replace just one part of your system. To get the most efficiency and reliability get a complete matched system. That means replace the indoor coil and furnace and the outdoor air conditioner or heat pump. Those efficiency ratings you read about are for matched systems. And since breakdowns usually occur at inconvenient times ask your Trane dealer about the financing that is available for your new system.
You may have cash or maybe an ample line of credit at your bank but if not, your Trane dealer has some options which could make your system replacement easier.
Also, at certain seasons of the year Trane dealers may offer special financing. When you call for an estimate ask about all the payment options available. Now that financing is out of the way your decision will be a little easier.
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Controlling the temperature is a key measure of comfort in your home. When the moment comes to fix your heating and cooling system, you don’t want to suffer through stifling heat or numbing cold while saving up for the expense. What you need is credit on reasonable terms, and FTL Finance can provide that resource.
Through FTL Finance, we at Comfort Control offer many financing plans, including a 6-months/same-as-cash plan – which means you owe no interest if the loan is repaid in full by the six-month due date.